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Dear all,

Please find below the CFP for the Third workshop on Multimedia for
Cooking and Eating Activities (CEA2011), which will be held in
conjunction with the IEEE Intl. Symposium on Multimedia (ISM) 2011.

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Call for Papers
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3rd Workshop on Multimedia for Cooking and Eating Activities
  in conjunction with
    The IEEE International Symposium on Multimedia (ISM2011)
                                      Dana Point, California, USA
                                               December 5-7, 2011

        http://www.ccm.media.kyoto-u.ac.jp/CEA2011/

  Cooking is one of the most fundamental activities of humankind.
It is not only connected with the joy of eating but also deeply 
affects various aspects of human life such as health, dietary, 
culinary art, entertainment, human communication, and so on. Many
people who cook at home require supports for cooking because it 
requires experience and knowledge. They may also need support for
food-logging and menu planning for the health of their family. 
Needless to say, support for a good and enjoyable meal would 
improve the quality of life. Systematic cooking/eating support 
for elderly or physically challenged people is also significantly
important.

  Since people cook by manipulating foods, watching their 
conditions, listening to the sound, smelling the meal, and 
tasting it in the end, cooking support system also requires such
multimedia sensing capability. Thanks to modern technology, the 
basic environment in a kitchen is becoming rich. Recently, home 
appliances such as a refrigerator, a microwave oven, and a 
cooking stove, are equipped with multiple sensing devices and a 
computer processor. Some may even have a capability to equip 
additional devices such as a camera, a microphone, a RF-ID tag 
reader, and so on. Reflecting this trend, researches on 
supporting cooking and eating activities have started in many 
corners of the world individually.

  As the third meeting of this workshop series, it aims to 
provide an opportunity for such research groups to discover each 
other, introduce their trials, and discuss how it should be and 
where they should go.

Relevant Topics:
   - Application for cooking and eating support
   - Cooking archiving and recognition
   - Learning contents creation for cooking
   - Analysis of cooking video
   - Recipe image/video retrieval
   - Analysis and utilization on cooking recipe
   - Menu planning, dietary management, and food log
   - Artificial agent for cooking/eating activity
   - Sensing of taste/ smell/ texture
   - Food communication (human-to-human / human-to-computer 
     communication)
   - Ubiquitous environment and interface in kitchen
   - Intelligent home appliance
   - Cooking navigation interface for the dementia and physically 
     challenged person support
   - Multimedia learning contents for dietary
   - Multimedia information service for food safety and security

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Important Dates
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Paper Submission Deadline:   6 July, 2011
Notification of Acceptance:  20 August, 2011
Camera Ready Deadline:       7 September, 2011
Workshop:                    One day in 5-7 December, 2011
                             (exact date will be announced later)

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Instruction for Submission
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Please follow the paper formatting instructions described on the 
ISM2011 Web-site: 

	http://ism.eecs.uci.edu/

A paper should be no longer than 6 pages in the technical paper
manuscript in double-column IEEE format including the authors' 
names and affiliations. Detailed guidelines will be available on 
the CEA2011 web page.

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Organizing Committee
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General chair        Mutsuo SANO (Osaka Inst. of Technology, JP)
Program chair        Ichiro IDE (Nagoya Univ., JP)
Organizing chair     Yoko YAMAKATA (Kyoto Univ., JP)
Submission chair     Kenzaburo MIYAWAKI
                                 (Osaka Inst. of Technology, JP)
Publicity chair      Takuya FUNATOMI (Kyoto Univ., JP)
Web chair            Kazuaki KONDO (Kyoto Univ., JP)
Proceedings chair    Daisuke DEGUCHI (Nagoya Univ., JP)

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Program Committee (Tentative)
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Shlomo BERKOVSKY (CSIRO Tasmanian ICT Centre, AU)
Amelie CORDIER	(Claude Bernard Univ. of Lyon 1, FR)
Gamehewage Chaminda DE SILVA (The Univ. of Tokyo, JP)
Masahiko INAMI (Keio Univ., JP)
Tomoo INOUE (Univ. of Tsukuba, JP)
Mirjam MINOR (Univ. of Trier, DE)
Sachio NAGAMITSU (Panasonic Corp., JP)
Shinsuke NAKAJIMA (Kyoto Sangyo Univ., JP)
Yuichi NAKAMURA (Kyoto Univ., JP)
Yasushi NAKAUCHI (Univ. of Tsukuba, JP)
Satoshi NISHIGUCHI (Osaka Inst. of Technology, JP)
Tomohide SHIBATA (Kyoto Univ., JP)
Armin STAHL (German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, DE)
Syunichi YONEMURA (Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp., JP)

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Contact
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To reach the organizers:
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CEA2011 Website:
   http://www.ccm.media.kyoto-u.ac.jp/CEA2011/

The IEEE ISM2011 Website:
   http://ism.eecs.uci.edu/

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