Call for Tutorial proposals

The ICME 2020 organizing committee invites proposals for tutorials. We welcome half-day (about 3 hours each) tutorials on established or emerging topics of interest, including (but not limited to):

  • From research to products
  • Business aspects of multimedia technologies
  • Big multimedia data design and creation
  • Deep learning for multimedia
  • Artificial Intelligence for multimedia
  • Brain-Inspired technologies for multimedia
  • Multimedia analysis, search and recommendation
  • Fine-grained multimedia content analytics and description
  • Multimedia and language
  • Social and cloud-based multimedia
  • 3D multimedia and AR/VR
  • Multimedia quality assessment and metrics
  • Multi-modal/multi-sensor media computing and human-machine interaction
  • Multimedia communications, networking and mobility
  • Multimedia security, privacy, and forensics
  • Multimedia software, hardware and application systems
  • Multimedia standards, trends, and related issues
Proposal Format

Tutorial proposals should be sent in single PDF file by email to and include the following information:

  • Title of the Tutorial
  • Names and Affiliations of the Instructors
  • Area and Keywords of the Tutorial (refer to the above list of topics)
  • 300-word Abstract (for publicity and registration purposes)
  • Full Description of the Tutorial (no more than 4 pages, including the learning objectives, tutorial outline, detailed modules, target audience, prerequisite knowledge required, importance and relevance of the tutorial, etc.)
  • CV’s for the Instructors (no more than 4 pages each, including publications relevant to the proposed tutorial and list of tutorials given before in other conferences/workshops)
Tutorials - submission of proposals
  • Proposals: 1 Nov 2019
  • Decisions: 22 Nov 2019
Pascal Frossard
Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
Joao Magalhaes
Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal