ACM Multimedia Asia 2024, Call for Papers

ACM Multimedia Asia 2024, 
December 3-6, 2024
Auckland, New Zealand

Call for Submissions: ACM Multimedia Asia 2024, 3rd – 6th December, Auckland, New Zealand


ACM Multimedia Asia 2024, for the first time to bring the multimedia
community to the most eastern country in the southern hemisphere,
invites submission of research papers presenting novel theoretical and
algorithmic solutions addressing problems across the domain of
multimedia and related applications. The conference also encourages
visionary papers on new and emerging topics; papers presenting novel
ideas with promising (preliminary) results in realising these ideas;
application-oriented papers that make innovative technical
contributions to various aspect of the society.


Key dates:

Workshop/Grand Challenge Proposal Submission: 28 Jun 2024

Regular Paper Submission: 19 Jul 2024

Short/Demo Paper Submission: 02 Aug 2024

Tutorial Proposal Submission: 23 Aug 2024

Paper Acceptance Notification: 20 Sep 2024

Workshop Paper Submission: 27 Sep 2024

The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

* Multimedia and Vision

* Multimodal Analysis, Description, and Generation

* Deep Learning for Multimedia

* Emotional and Social Signals in Multimedia

* Multimedia Search and Recommendation

* Social Multimedia and Mobile Multimedia

* Multimedia HCI and Quality of Experience

* Multimedia Art, and Entertainment

* Music and Audio Processing in Multimedia

* Multimedia Systems, Transport, and Delivery

* Multimedia for Education

* Multimedia for Virtual/Augmented Reality

* Multimedia for Social Goods

* Multimedia for Culture and Heritage

Highlights of ACM Multimedia Asia 2024

Auckland, New Zealand: Ranked the world’s 1st most liveable city,
in the top 10 of the happies cities, home to over 200 different ethnic
communities, media innovation, and numerous unique attractions such as
Hobbiton movie set from Lord of the Rings.

Opportunities for Extension into Journal Publications: Top ranked
papers will be invited to be extended for journals such as Multimedia

Multimedia for Culture and Heritage: a special session on Multimedia
for Culture and Heritage to recognise high quality research that
showcases the benefit of multimedia research to the culture and
heritage of the society.

Inspiration from Collaborations: to encourage novel ideas from
industry and government partners to identify emerging topics in real
world. applications. We plan to bring together local industry such as
Weta Digital and related academic societies such as computer vision
communities and artificial intelligence communities in New Zealand.

Multi-site PhD Schools: to encourage student participation and nurture
the next generation of Multimedia researchers, in addition to the
on-site PhD school, several 3 remote PhD schools will be planned. With
the support of SIGMM on PhD school, we plan to call for PhD school
partnerships. PhD schools will feature keynote presentations, student
presentations, and student mentoring.