Call for Papers
Technical Program Committee
With the development of silicon technologies, mobile and portable electronics devices, such as personal computers, mobile phones, digital cameras, and PDA,
have become ubiquitous for people's daily life. These devices provide multimedia sources for entertainment, communication, and so on. How to design user
interfaces of these products that enable natural, intuitive and fun interaction is one of the main challenges the multimedia community is facing.
Considering that mobile and portable devices are usually supplied with multiple sensors (e.g., camera and microphone), how to employ multimodal information
for interaction has recently received much attention in both academia and industry. But interactive multimedia is still an under-explored field. Many
challenges exist when moving to multimodal interaction: for example, how to annotate and search huge data acquired by using multiple sensors, especially in
the unconstrained end-user environments? how to effectively extract and select representative multimedia features for human behavior recognition? and how to
select the fusion strategy of multimodal data for a given application? To address these challenges, we must adapt the existing approaches or find new
solutions suitable for multimedia interaction on mobile and portable devices.
This workshop will bring together researchers from both academia and industry in domains including computer vision, audio and speech processing, machine
learning, pattern recognition, communications, human-computer interaction, and media technology to share and discuss recent advances in interactive multimedia.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
- Multimedia description and markup
- Multimedia representation and annotation
- Multimedia search and retrieval
- Presence and environment sensing
- Face detection, tracking, and recognition
- Hand detection, tracking, and recognition
- Emotion/mood recognition
- Gesture/action/activity recognition
- Audio-visual recognition and interaction
- Novel interaction (accelerometer, touch screen, haptics, voice, etc.)
- Multimodal data modeling and fusion
- Multimedia content adaptation
- Context-aware services
- Interaction with depth-sensing (e.g., Kinect)
- Paper registration deadline: July 6, 2011, 11:59pm PDT
- Paper submission deadline: July 11, 2011, 11:59pm PDT
- Notification of acceptance: August 12, 2011
- Camera-ready due: September 5, 2011
- Workshop: November 28 - December 1, 2011 (TBD)
- Jiebo Luo, Kodak Research Laboratories, USA
- Caifeng Shan, Philips Research, The Netherlands
- Ling Shao, The University of Sheffield, UK
- Minoru Etoh, NTT DOCOMO, Japan
- Xavier Binefa, University of Barcelona, Spain
- Andrea Cavallaro, Queen Mary University of London, UK
- Berna Erol, Ricoh Innovations, USA
- Yun (Raymond) Fu, SUNY at Buffalo, USA
- Ling Guan, Ryerson University, Canada
- Aki Harma, Philips Research, The Netherlands
- Winston Hsu, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
- Alejandro Jaimes, Yahoo! Research, Spain
- Tae-Kyun Kim, Imperial College London, UK
- Qian Lin, HP Labs, USA
- Alexander C. Loui, Kodak Research Labs, USA
- Xiaoming Liu, GE Global Research, USA
- Tao Mei, Microsoft Research Asia, China
- Anton Nijholt, University of Twente, The Netherlands
- Jean-Marc Odobez, IDIAP Research Institute, Switzerland
- Yoichi Sato, University of Tokyo, Japan
- Wolfgang Hurst, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
- Shihong Lao, Omron, Japan
- Kari Pulli, NVIDIA, USA
- Xiaoyi Jiang, University of Munster, Germany
- When submitting a manuscript to this workshop, the authors acknowledge that no paper substantially similar in content has been submitted to another conference, workshop, or journal.
- Full papers may be up to 6 pages (in ACM format). All papers must follow the
workshop paper format guidelines and general submission instructions of ACM Multimedia 2011.
- Papers must be submitted in PDF format using the ACM Multimedia submission site .
- Each submission will be reviewed by at least three TPC members and/or external reviewers for originality, significance, clarity, soundness, relevance and technical contents.
- The review process will be double-blind.
- Accepted papers will be published by ACM in the workshop proceedings together with the ACM Multimedia 2011 proceedings. Extended versions of accepted papers will be invited to submit
to a special issue of a top journal or an edited book.
Will be announced later.
- Caifeng Shan (caifeng dot shan at gmail dot com)
- Ling Shao (ling dot shao at sheffield dot ac dot uk)