Call for Special Sessions

Call for Special Sessions:

We are soliciting proposals for Special Sessions (workshops or tutorials) to be held together with the 2024 Irish Machine Vision and Image Processing (IMVIP 2024). The special sessions will take place on Wednesday, August 21st, 2024 at the same venue as the main conference at the University of Limerick. The purpose of the workshops is to provide a comprehensive forum on focused topics in machine vision and pattern recognition.

Important Dates:

     (all deadlines 23:59 PM Irish Time)

Note that final acceptance of the workshop will depend on the special session organisers being able to meet the criteria outlined below, particularly the solicitation of papers for the workshops.

All papers for workshops must follow the same schedule as for the main conference, i.e.:

Application:

Workshops

If you are interested in organising a special session (workshop) for IMVIP 2024, please fill in this form and email it to the conference organisers. Please be aware of the dates outlined above.

Workshops are expected to be 90 minutes to 2 hours max.

If accepted, workshop organisers will be expected to solicit a set of at least 3 to 4 full papers according to their proposal. Short papers can also be solicited by workshop organisers (these can be hosted at a mini poster session on the special session day). You may also include other elements in the workshop, such as micro-keynotes (note: the conference cannot financially support micro-keynote) or panel discussions.

The final schedule of the workshops will be decided by the conference organising committee, considering the information provided in the application form (and further communication with the workshop proposers as appropriate).

Tutorial

If you are interested in organising and delivering a tutorial for the workshop, please fill in this form and email it to the conference organisers. Please be aware of the dates outlined above.

Tutorials are expected to be 1 to 2 hours.

Tutorials are expected to provide practical information to researchers on the latest techniques and methodologies in the fields of Machine Vision and Image Processing. It should be delivered as a contiguous chunk (though multiple presenters/tutors can be used).  A good tutorial should be educational rather than just a cursory survey of techniques. The topic should be of sufficient relevance and importance to attract significant interest from the IMVIP community. Typical audiences consist of graduate students, researchers, and practitioners from both academia and industry.

The final schedule of the tutorials will be decided by the conference organising committee, considering the information provided in the application form (and further communication with the workshop proposers as appropriate).

Conference Attendance:

At least one of the special session organisers must register and attend the special session day (Wednesday), in order to chair the special session.