ISM 2012 : Ph.D. Workshop on Multimedia Computing Research
Call For Papers
Call for Papers:
Ph.D. Workshop on Multimedia Computing Research
held in conjunction with the IEEE International Symposium on Multimedia
Irvine, California, USA
December 10-12, 2012
The ISM 2012 Ph.D. Workshop is an international forum for doctoral students in
the field of Multimedia Computing. The workshop provides Ph.D. students with
the opportunity to present, discuss, and receive feedback on their research in
a constructive atmosphere. The workshop will include prominent researchers from
the industry and academia, who will participate actively in the discussions.
We particularly encourage submissions from students who are in the final stages
of their doctoral work, and who can therefore present a relatively complete
picture of their dissertations, as well as students who are in the early stages
of their work and thus have a significant future work component. The former
group will have the opportunity to showcase their doctoral work to a wider
audience in preparation for job search, whereas the latter can obtain valuable
feedback about their research plans.
Prospective Ph.D. students are invited to submit papers of no more than 4 pages
in length, formatted according to the IEEE Computer Society Proceedings
Guidelines (available at http://www.computer.org/portal/web/cscps/formatting).
Accepted camera-ready papers will be limited to 2 pages in length. The
proceedings of the workshop will be published as part of the ISM 2012
proceedings, which will appear in the IEEE Digital Library.
Only active Ph.D. students are eligible to submit and the manuscripts should
address specifically doctoral work. All submissions must have the student as
the lead author (the supervisor may be a co-author). Accepted submissions must
be presented by their student authors.
Topics of interest include those listed in the call for the main conference.
Each submission should include a clear formulation of the research problem, a
brief discussion of how the work advances the state-of-the-art, proposed
approach, preliminary results, and future work.
* Submission of full-length papers: July 23, 2012
* Notification of acceptance: August 24, 2012
* Submission of camera-ready papers: TBA
M. Emre Celebi
Dept of Computer Science, Louisiana State University, Shreveport, Louisiana, USA
Dept of Computer Science, Texas A&M University, Commerce, Texas, USA
Jesus Angulo - Mines ParisTech, France
Kemal Aydin - University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, USA
Costantino Grana - University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy
Jon Yngve Hardeberg - Gjovik University College, Norway
Takahiko Horiuchi - Chiba University, Japan
Sae Hwang - University of Illinois at Springfield, USA
Nasser Kehtarnavaz - University of Texas at Dallas, USA
Sinan Kockara - University of Central Arkansas, USA
Jeongkyu Lee - University of Bridgeport, USA
Olivier Lezoray - University of Caen, France
Samuel Morillas - Technical University of Valencia, Spain
Henryk Palus - Silesian University of Technology, Poland
Kamisetty R. Rao - University of Texas at Arlington, USA
Yong Man Ro - Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea
Gerald Schaefer - Loughborough University, UK
Bogdan Smolka - Silesian University of Technology, Poland
Joao Manuel R. S. Tavares - University of Porto, Portugal
Yonghui Wang - Prairie View A&M University, USA
Huiyu Zhou - Queen's University Belfast, UK