MMM 2020 26th International Conference on Multimedia Modeling January 5-8, 2020 / Daejeon, Korea

Call for Regular / Special Session Papers

The International MultiMedia Modeling Conference (MMM) is a leading international forum for researchers and industry practitioners to share new ideas, original research results and practical development experiences from all multimedia-related areas listed in the MMM 2020’s topic.

To submit to MMM 2020, please go to the MMM 2020 submission site.

The submission of all types of new papers will be available by July 12.
Please do NOT make any "test" submissions in easychair. And, do NOT use the "withdraw" functionality unless you really want to withdraw your paper and not submit at all; if you just want to upload a new version of your pdf, or update the paper's details or authors, please use the various "update" functionalities that appear in the top-right corner of the "submission information" page for your submission.

Authors of ACCEPTED papers: please login to the easychair link above, and select the role of "proceedings author (MMM2020-…" in order to upload your paper's final materials and copyright form – see the camera-ready papers page for details.

You can download the call for papers in pdf format here.
For submitting a paper, follow the links to the submission system that can be found in the Paper Submission page.

Six special sessions have been accepted for inclusion in the MMM 2020 program. For more details, please select the session of interest below:

Session Title Organizer
AI-Powered 3D Vision You Yang (Huazhong Univ. of Science and Technology) and Qifei Wang (Google Inc.)
Multimedia Analytics: Perspectives, Tools and Applications Björn Þór Jónsson (IT Univ. of Copenhagen), Laurent Amsaleg (CNRS-IRISA), Cathal Gurrin (Dublin City Univ.), Stevan Rudinac (Univ. of Amsterdam) and Xirong Li (Renmin Univ. of China)
Multimedia Datasets for Repeatable Experimentation (MDRE) Cathal Gurrin (Dublin City University), Duc-Tien Dang-Nguyen (Dublin City Univ.), Klaus Schoeffmann (Klagenfurt Univ.) and Björn Þór Jónsson (IT Univ. of Copenhagen)
MMAC: Multi-Modal Affective Computing of Large-Scale Multimedia Data Sicheng Zhao (Univ. of California), Jufeng Yang (Nankai Univ.) and Hatice Gunes (Univ. of Cambridge)
MULTIMED2020: Multimedia and Multimodal Analytics in the Medical Domain and Pervasive Environments Georgios Meditskos (Centre for Research and Technology Hellas), Klaus Schoeffmann (Klagenfurt Univ.), Leo Wanner (ICREA - Universitat Pompeu Fabra), Kunwadee Sripanidkulchai (Chulalongkorn Univ.) and Stefanos Vrochidis (Centre for Research and Technology Hellas)
Intelligent Multimedia Security Youliang Tian (Guizhou Univ.), Hongtao Xie (Univ. of Science and Technology of China), Bingkun Bao (Nanjing Univ. of Posts and Telecommunications), Zhineng Chen (Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences) and Changgen Peng (Guizhou Univ.)

There is an open call for papers for these special sessions, and the paper submission deadline is July 12, 2019.
Details on the topics of each special session are provided in the above links.
Papers submitted to either of these special sessions must follow the regular paper submission guidelines for MMM 2020.

In the paper submission system, please be sure to indicate in the appropriate field of the submission form the special session to which you are submitting your paper. The MMM organizers reserve the right to re-assign accepted papers to a regular session, for the purpose of optimizing the overall program of the conference. All accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings, as part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series by Springer. Authors of selected papers of MMM 2020 will be invited to publish extended versions in a journal special issue. For submitting a paper, follow the links to the submission system that can be found in the Paper Submission page.

The conference proceedings will be published in the series of Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) by Springer.

Full paper submissions (Regular / Special Session papers) must not exceed 12 pages (including all the paper’s content: text, figures and tables, references, etc.) and must conform to the formatting instructions of Springer Verlag, LNCS series, and adhere to the submission schedule.

VBS / Demo Paper submissions must not exceed 6 pages and must conform to the same formatting instructions. Regular research paper submissions (including special session papers – except if explicitly stated otherwise in the call text for a specific special session) will be peer-reviewed in a double-blind review process; thus, the submissions need to be properly anonymized. VBS / Demo paper submissions need not be anonymized.

* Each contribution (regular / special session / VBS / demo paper etc.) must be associated with one full registration; only one contribution can be associated with each registration.

The conference will give an award for the Best Paper, Best Paper Runner up, Best VBS System, Best Demo Awards
To submit to MMM 2020, please go to the MMM 2020 submission site.