- January 15, 2020: Poster/Demo Submission deadline
- January 25, 2020: Poster/Demo acceptance notification
Call for posters and demos
The main program of the meeting includes a Show&Tell Session. Demonstrations and poster presentations are intended as a forum for showcasing the state of the art in Multimedia Signal Processing. The focus will be on innovative prototype implementations, systems and technologies in this research field. The presenters will have the opportunity to share research ideas and scientific or engineering contributions with the community, and to discuss scientific results, working multimedia systems, applications, prototypes, or proof-of-concepts. Such a setting allows meeting attendants to view and interact first hand with live evidence of innovative solutions and ideas in the field of multimedia, and to see leading edge research at work. Demonstrators will be provided with a desk, power outlet, and (shared) wireless Internet. Demo presenters are expected to bring with them everything else needed for their demo, such as hardware, laptops, sensors, PCs, etc.
Submissions are encouraged in all areas related to multimedia signal processing. Please submit short poster and/or demo abstracts to email@example.com (max 1 page in English) before January 15th, 2020, describing the scientific or engineering concept behind the work, the novelty of the work, how is the work different from existing systems/techniques, and what will be actually shown during the session. Notification of acceptance will be sent by e-mail before January 25th, 2020.
Best Demonstration Award
All research demo submissions lead and presented by a student will be automatically entered into a Student Research Demo competition. Demos will be judged by all attendees and one will be selected for the Best Demonstration Award. Demos will primarily be judged on originality, execution, and illustration of the core research ideas. The 500€ prize is sponsored by GTTI.