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The 12th Annual ACM International Conference on Multimedia (MM2004) will be held in New York city, NY, October 10-16, 2004. We are currently seeking individuals to present topics of interest to this community as tutorials.

ACM Multimedia is the premier technical multimedia conference attended by an international community of researchers from both academia and industry. The conference program features tutorials, an exceptionally strong technical program (acceptance rate for papers is around 15%), topic-focused workshops, and a doctoral symposium. Please see the conference website at for more information.

Tutorial presenters are given a honorarium of $800 for 1/2 day tutorials and $1600 for full day tutorials. If tutorial enrollment exceeds 10 people, the honorarium is increased by $50 for each additional participant.

Tutorials Offered

In total five full-day and one half-day will be offered at ACM MM 2004.

October 10, 2004 Sunday

Full day:

T2. Digital Rights Management of Multimedia Content via Encryption and Watermarking
Ahmet M. Eskicioglu, The City University of New York

T3. Understanding Media Semantics
Marc Davis, University of California, Berkeley
Chitra Dorai, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Frank Nack, CWI (The Netherlands)

October 11, 2004, Monday

Full Day:

T6. Mobile User-Interface Design: For Work, Home and On the Way
Aaron Marcus, AM+A

T7. Machine Learning for Multimedia Applications
Flavia Sparacino and Yuan Qi, MIT

T8. Emerging Peer-to-Peer Technology: Fundamentals and Challenges
Ralf Steinmetz, Darmstadt Univ. of Technology, Germany

Half Day:

T9. Wireless multimedia transmission – challenges, principles, and standards
N. Sai Shankar, Philips Research Laboratories, USA
M. van der Schaar, University of California Davis

For any questions regarding tutorials please email the tutorial co-chairs:

Yong Rui (

Jon Crowcroft (