Tutorial Proposals

The ICME 2024 organising committee invites proposals for tutorials. We welcome half-day tutorials (about 3 hours each) on established or emerging topics of interest, including (but not limited to):

  • 3D multimedia, AR/VR and immersive media
  • Emerging multimedia applications and technologies
  • Multimedia analysis and understanding
  • Multimedia communications, networking and mobility
  • Multimedia databases and mining
  • Multimedia quality assessment and metrics
  • Multimedia security, privacy and forensics
  • Multimedia standards, trends and related research
  • Multi-modal media computing, interaction and human machine
  • Social media analysis and applications
  • Speech/audio processing
  • Image/video processing


Tutorial proposals should be in PDF format and must be no longer than 4 pages. All proposals should include the following information:

  1. Title of the Tutorial
  2. Names and Affiliations of the Instructors
  3. Area and Keywords of the Tutorial (refer to the above list of topics)
  4. 300-word Abstract (for publicity and registration purposes)
  5. Full Description of the Tutorial (including the learning objectives, tutorial outline, detailed modules, target audience, prerequisite knowledge required, importance and relevance of the tutorial, etc.)
  6. CV’s for the Instructors (including publications relevant to the proposed tutorial and list of tutorials given before in other conferences/workshops)

Evaluation criteria

Proposals will be evaluated based on the following criteria:

  1. Timeliness of the proposal and relevance to IEEE ICME 2024
  2. Quality of the proposal
  3. Target audience


Please submit the proposals in PDF format to the relevant Tutorial chairs.

Important Dates

Tutorial proposal submission deadline 15-Dec-23, All submissions are due 11:59PM Pacific time.

Tutorial Chairs

Zhu Li

U Missouri, USA


Ivan Bajic

Simon Fraser, Canada