ICME2000

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-----------------	CALL FOR PAPERS       ---------------------------

	IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MULTIMEDIA AND EXPO

	       JULY 30 -- AUGUST 2, 2000, NEW YORK CITY

	        http://://www.ieee-multimedia.poly.edu


International Conference on Multimedia & Expo 2000 is the first IEEE
multimedia conference that will take place in joint collaboration with
four IEEE societies. The same four IEEE societies that have recently
launched the IEEE Transactions on Multimedia, namely the Circuits and
Systems Society, the Computer Society, the Signal Processing Society
and the Communications Society have again come together in making this
one-of-a-kind conference a reality.

The goal is to unify all IEEE as well as non-IEEE multimedia related
activities under the common umbrella of ICME 2000 -- the millennium
multimedia meeting. It is expected that this will become a yearly
event as the flagship Multimedia conference of the IEEE.  New York
City (the Big Apple) is uniquely suited for this first-time event in
view of its large concentration of high tech Industries, first-rate
academic institutions and numerous small multimedia companies. The
intent is to blend the traditional IEEE conference framework into an
Expo by providing the industry an opportunity to showcase products.

Authors should submit a four-page manuscript in double-column format
including authors' names, affiliations and a short abstract. Only
electronic submission (in postscript format) will be accepted.
Electronic submission procedure will be made available at the
conference web site:

	http://www.ieee-multimedia.poly.edu

Topics covered include but are not limited to the following:
	* Signal processing for media integration
	* Components and technologies for multimedia systems
	* Human-machine interface and interaction
	* Multimedia databases and file systems
	* Multimedia communication and networking
	* System integration
	* Applications
	* STDS standards and related issues

Once accepted, the authors will be asked to prepare a four-page camera ready
paper to appear in the conference proceedings and CD-ROM proceedings.

Proposals for special sessions and half-day or full-day tutorial courses
may be submitted to the respective chairs before the respective
deadlines. Visit the conference web site for further information.


			DEADLINES

	December 1, 1999	Submission of regular papers
	February 1, 2000	Proposals for special sessions, panels, 
                                tutorials, demos
	March 1, 2000		Notification of acceptance for papers
	March 15, 2000		Notification of acceptance for proposals
	April 1, 2000		Paper camera-ready copy due 




		CONFERENCE COMMITTEE

	General Chair: 
		Sankar Basu, IBM
		sankar at watson.ibm.com

	Finance Chair: 
		Peter Westerink, IBM

	Technical Program Co-Chairs: 
		Tsuhan Chen, Carnegie Mellon
		Jeff H. Derby, IBM
		Peiya Liu, Siemens
		Chung-Sheng Li, IBM

	Special Sessions: 
		Raj Acharya, SUNY, Buffalo
		Chalapathy Neti, IBM

	Tutorials: 
		Rama Chellappa, U. Maryland
		Alexandros Eleftheriadis, Columbia

	Plenaries: 
		S. Y. Kung, Princeton U.
		Shih-Fu Chang, Columbia U.

	Demos/Exhibits: 
		Yao Wang, NY Polytechnic U.

	Publicity: 
		Jelena Kovacevic, Bell Labs
		Ed Wong, NY Polytechnic

	Publications: 
		Y. Q. Shi, NJIT
		Bhuvana Ramabhadran, IBM

	Registration: 
		Junehwa Song, IBM

	Local Arrangements: 
		Goran Djuknic, Lucent Tech.
		Ravi Rao, IBM
		Atul Puri, AT&T

	European Liaison: 
		Alberto Del Bimbo, U. Florence
		Martin Vetterli, EPFL

	Far East Liaison: 
		Masahito Hirakawa, Hiroshima U.
		Sadaoki Furui, Tokyo Inst. Tech.

	Steering Committee: 
		Tadao Ichikawa, Hiroshima U.
		Rama Chellappa, U. Maryland
		Gary W. Cobb, Dell
		Alberto Del Bimbo, U. Florence
		Jeff H. Derby, IBM
		Alexander D. Gelman, Panasonic
		Yih-Fang Huang, U. Notre Dame
		Chung-Sheng Li, IBM
		Peiya Liu, Siemens
		Antonio Ortega, USC
		Dipankar Raychaudhuri, NEC
		Bing Sheu, Avanti Corporation
		John A. Sorensen, TU Denmark

	Advisory Committee: 
		Richard Cox, AT&T
		Ed Deprettere, Delft U. Tech.
		Cesar Gonzales, IBM
		Scott Kirkpatrick, IBM
		Michael Picheny, IBM







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