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ICMI2005: CALL FOR PAPERS

From: Silvia Rocchi <sirocchi@itc.it>
Date: Thu, 7 Apr 2005 16:34:59 +0200
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CALL FOR PAPERS

Seventh International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces (ICMI 2005) October 3-7, 2005 Centro Servizi Culturali S. Chiara Via S. Croce 67 38100 TRENTO http://icmi05.itc.it/

Sponsored by ACM


The Seventh International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces (ICMI 2005) will take place in Trento, Italy October 3-7, 2005, with the theme of multimodal input and output interfaces through mobile technologies and applications. The main aim of ICMI 2005 is to further scientific research within the broad field of multimodal interaction & systems. The conference will focus on major trends and challenges in this area, including distilling a roadmap for future research and commercial success. We are very pleased to announce this Call for Papers that invites experts from both research and industry to actively participate in ICMI 2005.
ICMI 2005 will feature a main conference Oct. 4-6, with keynote speakers, plenary sessions for technical paper presentations and discussion, a doctoral spotlight paper session highlighting top student research, poster sessions, panel discussions, and demonstrations of state-of-the-art multimodal concepts and systems. To further stimulate discussion and interaction within emerging important topic areas, ICMI 2005 also will host joint workshops and tutorials on October 3 and October 7.


Topics of special interest include multimodal input and output interfaces, fusion techniques & hybrid architectures, processing of language and action patterns, gaze and vision-based interfaces, speech & conversational interfaces, pen-based interfaces, haptics interfaces, cognitive modelling of users, artificial intelligence techniques, adaptive multimodal interfaces, multibiometric interfaces, multimodal-multisensor interfaces, interfaces for attentive and intelligent environments, multimodal interfaces that support cooperation and teamwork within groups, mobile, tangible and virtual/augmented multimodal interfaces, universal access interfaces, multimodal applications and demonstrations, and multimodal system infrastructure and tools for data collection, design, development, and evaluation of multimodal interfaces.

Grants are available to partially support the participation in the main conference of students who are the first or sole author of accepted papers. Information about how to apply for students grants will be made available in due time

 

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Submission Requirements

The ICMI'05 proceedings will be published by ACM Press. For the first time, this year's conference will honour the highest quality and most innovative papers in both regular and student categories with ICMI Outstanding Paper Awards. We invite interested researchers to submit to any of the following categories:


FULL PAPER describing original research in multimodal interfaces (8 pages).
DOCTORAL SPOTLIGHT PAPER featuring emerging student research (4 pages).
PANEL PROPOSAL that presents, debates, or provokes discussion (2 pages).
DEMO PROPOSAL that displays related concepts or implementations (2 pages).
WORKSHOP proposal that explores newly emerging, challenging, or important multimodal themes (2 pages).
TUTORIAL proposals that disseminate knowledge on more consolidated multimodal topics (2 pages).


Full paper and doctoral spotlight contributors are kindly requested to send an abstract (no more than 200 words) by April 25, 2005.


More information about the conference, including details concerning the submission of papers, and instruction for workshop and tutorial proposers can be found at the following URL:
http://icmi05.itc.it/

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Important dates


Abstract for papers: April 25, 2005
Paper, panel, & demo submission deadline: May 2, 2005 Author notification: June 20, 2005 Final camera-ready paper deadline: July 15, 2005 Workshop and Tutorial submission deadline: May 2, 2005 Workshop author notification: May 31, 2005 Tutorial author notification: June 6, 2005 Early registration deadline August 1, 2005 Conference October 4-6, 2005 Workshops and Tutorials: October 3 and October 7


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For further information about the ICMI'05 conference, submission categories and instructions (including workshops and tutorials), past publications, registration, financial sponsorship, and activities within the local Trento area, see: http://icmi05.itc.it Questions? Send email to: info@icmi05.itc.it

 

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General Co-Chairs
Gianni Lazzari & Fabio Pianesi (ITC-irst, Trento, Italy)

 

Program Co-Chairs
James Crowley (INRIA, Grenoble, France)
Kenji Mase (Nagoya University, Japan)
Sharon Oviatt (OHSU, USA)


Area Chairs
Juan E. Gilbert, Auburn University, (U.S.A.) 
Multimodal interfaces for universal access

David McGee, Natural Interaction Systems, (U.S.A.)
Mobile, tangible, and virtual/augmented multimodal interfaces

Noelle Carbonell, LORIA, Cedex, (France)
Multimodal data collection, corpora, and evaluation 

Phil Cohen, Oregon Health & Sciences University, (U.S.A.) 
Collaborative multimodal interfaces

Jie Yang, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, (U.S.A.)
 Pen-based multimodal interfaces

Susan Brennan, Stanford University, (U.S.A.)
 Cognitive modeling of users

Sadaoki Furui, Tokyo Institute of Technology, (Japan)
 Speech-based & conversational multimodal interfaces

Shumin Zhai, IBM Almaden Research Center, (U.S.A.)
 Gaze-based multimodal interfaces 

Matthew Turk, University of California, (U.S.A.)
 Perceptual User Interfaces

Gerard Sagerer, University of Trier, (Germany)
 Fusion of Speech and Gesture

Anton Batliner, Institut fuer Deutsche Philologie, (Germany)
 Multimodal Recognition of Emotions

Anind Dey, EECS Department, (U.S.A.)
Multimodal Systems for Context Awareness

Hans Uskoreit, Saarland University, (Germany)
 Multimodal linguistic interpretation

Francis Quek, Computer Science, (U.S.A.)
 Gesture & activity pattern recognition 

Sidney Fels, University of British Columbia, (Canada)
 Haptics-based multimodal interfaces 

Jukka Linjama, Research and Technology Access group, (Finland)
 Haptics-based multimodal interfaces

Irfan Essa, Georgia Institute of Technology, (Georgia)
 Multimodal-multisensor interfaces

Justine Cassell, MIT Media Laboratory, (U.K.)
 Multimodal output & animated characters

Fang Chen, National ICT, (Australia)
Multimodal applications

Gerasimos Potamianos, Thomas J. Watson Research Center, (U.S.A.)
Ubiquitous, pervasive & context-aware multimodal system



Tutorial and Workshop Chair
Rainer Stiefelhagen (Universitšt Karlsruhe (TH), Germany)


Demos Chair
Maurizio Omologo (ITC-irst, Trento, Italy)


Doctoral Spotlight Chair
Massimo Zancanaro (ITC-irst, Trento, Italy)


Treasurer
Fabio Pianesi (ITC-irst, Trento, Italy)


Website/Publicity Chair
Silvia Rocchi (CELCT and ITC-irst, Trento, Italy)


Website/Program Committee
Patrick Reignier (Joseph Fourier University, Grenoble, France)


Local Arrangements
Lorenza Andrighettoni (ITC, Trento, Italy) 
Maddalena Bassetti (ITC, Trento, Italy) 
Silvia Rocchi (CELCT and ITC-irst, Trento, Italy)
Alessandro Tuccio (ITC, Trento, Italy)
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