We invite proposals for tutorials to be organized in conjunction with
the 2023 IEEE Conference on Automatic Face and Gesture Recognition (FG
2023: in Waikoloa, Hawaii. The
tutorials should complement and enhance the scientific program of FG
2023 by providing authoritative and compreh7ensive overviews of
growing themes that are of sufficient relevance with respect to the
state-of-the-art and the conference topics.

Accepted tutorials will be held on either 4 January or 5 January 2023
in the same venue as the FG 2023 main conference, at the Waikoloa
Beach Marriott Resort, Hawaii, USA.

We solicit proposals on any topic of interest to the FG
community. Interdisciplinary topics that could attract a significant
cross-section of the community are highly encouraged. We particularly
welcome tutorials which address advances in emerging areas not
previously covered in an FG related tutorial. Proposals should be
submitted by 3 October 2022. Notifications will be circulated on 10
October 2022.


Tutorial proposals should be submitted through CMT and will be
reviewed and evaluated by the workshop and tutorial co-chairs,
Tae-Kyun Kim, Vitomir Štruc, and Lijun Yin. The CMT submission
website is available from:

A tutorial proposal should include the following information to
facilitate the decision process:

* Title
* Proposer’s contact information and short CV
* Names of any additional lecturers and short CV
* Tutorial description and description of relevance to the FG community and an evaluation plan
* References and experience of the instructors with respect to the proposed tutorial topic
* Planned length of the tutorial
* List of relevant tutorials recently presented in other conferences
* Requirements (e.g., facilities, internet access, etc.),
* Other useful information (e.g., estimated attendance, slides/notes available, etc.).

The main conference will provide rooms, equipment, and coffee breaks
for the tutorials.

For your reference, the titles of the three tutorials held in
conjunction with the previous FG conferences were as follows:

*    Multi-view Face Representation
*    Remote Physiological Measurement from Images and Videos
*    From Deep Unsupervised to Supervised Models for Face Analysis
*    Statistical Methods for Affective Computing

*** Review process ***
Tutorial proposals will be evaluated on the basis of their estimated
benefit for the community and their fit within the tutorials program
as a whole. Factors to be considered include relevance, timeliness,
importance, and audience appeal; suitability for presentation in a
half or full day format; past experience and qualifications of the
instructors. Selection will also be based on the overall distribution
of topics, expected attendance, and specialties of the intended

For additional information and queries regarding the workshop proposal
procedure, please contact the Workshop and Tutorial Co-chairs:
Tae-Kyun Kim ( Vitomir Štruc
( and Lijun Yin (

*** Important Dates ***
Tutorial proposals due:         3 October 2022
Notification of acceptance:     10 October 2022
Workshops and tutorials:     4 January or 5 January 2023

*** Submission ***