CALL FOR DEMOS
Aims and Scope
The First ACM International Conference on Multimedia Retrieval (ICMR),puts together the long-lasting experience of former ACM CIVR and ACMMIR. It is the ideal forum to present and encounter the most recentdevelopments and applications in the area of multimedia contentretrieval. Originally set up to illuminate the state-of-the-art in imageand video retrieval, ICMR aims at becoming the world reference event inthis exciting field of research, where researchers and practitioners canexchange knowledge and ideas.
ICMR 2011 is accepting proposals for technical demonstrators that willbe showcased during the conference. The session will includedemonstrations of latest innovations by research and engineering groupsin industry, academia and government.ICMR 2011 is seeking original highquality submissions addressing innovative research in the broad field ofmultimedia retrieval. Demonstrations can be related to any of the topicsdefined by ICMR as shown in the call for papers. The technicaldemonstration showcase will run concurrently with regular ICMR sessionsin the poster area.
Papers must be formatted according to the ACM conference style. Papersmust not exceed 2 pages in 9 point font and must be submitted as pdffiles. While submitting the paper, please make sure that the names andaffiliations of the authors are included in the document. Either theMicrosoft Word or LaTeX format are accepted. The paper templates can bedownloaded directly from the ACM website athttp://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates
All demo submissions will be peer-reviewed to ensure maximum quality andaccepted demo papers will be included in the conference proceedings. Thebest demo will be awarded and announced during the Social Event.
Please submit your demo description by _email_ to the demo chair:
Cees Snoek (cgmsnoek AT uva DOT nl).
Cees G. M. Snoek, University of Amsterdam (Netherlands)
February 28, 2011: Notification of acceptance
March 4, 2011: Camera ready version due
ICMR2011 - ACM International Conference on Multimedia Retrieval