CFP: Workshop on Audio-Visual Scene Understanding for Immersive Multimedia @ ACM Multimedia
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ACM MULTIMEDIA 2018 Workshop
on Audio-Visual Scene Understanding for Immersive Multimedia


22-26 October 2018, Seoul, South Korea, in conjunction with ACM Multimedia 2018 http://www.acmmm.org/2018/

Submission Due: July 8, 2018
Acceptance Notification: August 5, 2018
Camera Ready Submission: August 12, 2018 Workshop Date: TBA (Oct 22 or 26, 2018)


Call for papers:

Audio-visual data is the most familiar format of multimedia information acquired in our daily life. In most cases, they are already paired as audio-video streams in various fields and platforms such as media contents, surveillance data, communication, game, biomedical, education, etc. However, audio and video processing have been researched in separate research areas for long time ignoring their synergy when they work together.

The goals of this workshop are to (1) present and discuss the latest trends in audio and computer vision fields for the common research goals, (2) understand state-of-the-art techniques and bottlenecks in the other's discipline for the common topics, (3) investigate research opportunities of joint audio-visual scene understandings in multimedia content production.

This workshop will be a good opportunity to bring together leading experts in audio and vision, and bridge the gap between two research fields in multimedia content production and reproduction. We welcome research contributions related the following (but not limited to) topics:

- 3D audio-visual capture system
- Object segmentation and audio source separation
- Audio-Visual Tracking
- Speaker identification and speech recognition
- Scene understanding using audio-visual sensors
- Deep learning for audio-visual data analysis
- Geometry-aware auditory scene analysis
- Virtual/Augmented reality content production
- 360 video and spatial audio
- Adaptive audio-visual content rendering

All the submissions will be reviewed by the workshop's Steering Committee Members.

Accepted papers will be presented during the workshop and included in the ACM Workshop proceedings.


We look forward to your contributions.

Adrian Hilton (University of Surrey, UK) Hong-Goo Kang (Yonsei University, Republic of Korea) Hansung Kim (University of Surrey, UK) Kwanghoon Sohn (Yonsei University, Republic of Korea)

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