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AusDM 2022 : The 20th Australasian Data Mining Conference 2022 Call for Tutorials

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Link: https://ausdm22.ausdm.org/index.html%3Fp=4110.html
 
When Dec 12, 2022 - Dec 16, 2022
Where Western Sydney
Abstract Registration Due Aug 5, 2022
Submission Deadline Aug 12, 2022
Notification Due Sep 23, 2022
Final Version Due Oct 7, 2022
Categories    tutorials   data mining
 

Call For Papers

AusDM 2022 Call For Tutorials

We are celebrating the 20th anniversary of AusDM, and we have an exciting line-up to celebrate this milestone. We would encourage early researchers to join our AusDM Festival. The conference is planned to be an in-person event in western Sydney. Participants from Australia and New Zealand are encouraged to attend it personally. There will be an option for overseas participants to attend it virtually.

The Australasian Data Mining Conference has established itself as the premier Australasian meeting for both practitioners and researchers in data mining. It is devoted to the art and science of intelligent analysis of (usually big) data sets for meaningful (and previously unknown) insights. This conference will enable the sharing and learning of research and progress in the local context and breakthroughs in data mining algorithms and their applications across all industries.

We welcome tutorial proposals for AusDM 2022 on core data mining topics both from a theoretical and industrial perspective with the aim to attract a wide audience from the data mining community. A tutorial should be able to provide introductory knowledge but also cover the important elements of the chosen topic in depth. The maximum length of a tutorial is two sessions, 2 hours each.

We offer a waived registration fee for attendance to one presenter of each accepted tutorial topic. To increase the exposure of presenters’ work, a two-page extended summary of the accepted tutorial will be included in the conference proceedings.


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Tutorial Proposals
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Proposals may be up to a maximum of 3 pages with the following structure:

- Title
- Abstract (up to 250 words)
- Outline: Please provide a detailed outline of what material will be covered and at what depth.
- Objectives and Learning outcomes: Please describe the objectives of the tutorial and the expected learning outcomes for the attendees (new skills, knowledge or understanding).
- A list of previous venue(s) or conference(s) and audience size if the same or similar tutorial has been presented elsewhere.
- Presenters: Please provide names, affiliations, emails, and short bios for each presenter. Bios should cover the presenters’ research interests and areas of expertise related to the topic of the tutorial. If there are multiple presenters, please describe how the time will be divided between them.

Please send your proposal by the 15th of August 2022 to the Tutorial Chair: varvara.vetrova@canterbury.ac.nz. Please format proposals as a pdf file, with a maximum of 3 pages.

The acceptance notification will be sent by the 15th of September 2022.

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