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**** ISMAR 2013 -- Call for Tutorials ***

**** Oct 1 - 4, 2013, University of South Australia, Australia ****

*Important Dates:*

*Submission: June 15, 2013, 23:59 US Pacific Time*
Notification: June 28, 2013, 23:59 US Pacific Time

The purpose of the tutorials is to expand the knowledge of the AR/MR
community and foster the next generation of AR/MR researchers, developers,
and artists. Experts, pioneers, and experienced developers and artists are
needed to propose and present tutorials that may target a specific
application area, a specific research area, or a topic of general interest
for mixed or augmented reality. Topics can range from introductory for
AR/MR novices to highly technical for AR/MR researchers. Tutorials can be
half or full day tutorials, depending on the scope of topics covered and
the presenters available.

Tutorial Proposal Preparation Format and Instructions:

Provide a brief summary of the proposed tutorial.

Explain why ISMAR attendees would be interested in attending this tutorial.
Why is this a difficult, overlooked, or misunderstood topic? Explain how an
increased knowledge of this subject will advance mixed and augmented reality

*Target Audience*
Describe what population this tutorial is targeted towards (e.g., students,
industry professionals, everyone).

*Outline of Tutorial*
Include the order of topics and approximate time for each topic. For

1. Topic A: 1.5 hours
1.1. Subtopic 1
1.2. Subtopic 2
1.3. …
2. Topic B: 1.5 hours
2.1. Subtopic 1
2.2. Subtopic 2
2.3. …

*Learning Objectives*
What skills and concepts attendees can expect to learn? Also, describe how
you will evaluate learning

*Form of Presentation*
Describe how you will present the information (e.g. lecture with Power
Point slides, video, activities)
Expected # of attendees
1) How many attendees can you accommodate based on the form of presentation
and your personal preferences.
2) If you have taught this tutorial before, where and when was it taught
and approximately how many attendees were there.

*Publicizing Tutorials*
The conference committee will advertise the tutorial though the conference
publicity materials. Please describe other potential ways to publicize your
tutorial (e.g., e-mail lists, social networking, etc). Please be specific.

*Presenter Bios and Contact Information for Presenters*
Please provide a short written bio that demonstrates the presenters’
background that qualifies them to present the tutorial. List several
relevant publications. Please include contact information (e-mail, phone,

- *Submission: June 15, 2013, 23:59 US Pacific Time*

- Notification: June 28, 2013, 23:59 US Pacific Time

Please submit all materials to:

*Tutorial Chairs:*
Matt Adcock, CSIRO

Tom Drummond, Monash University

*Arindam Dey*
IEEE ISMAR 2013: Online Communications Chair
APCHI 2013: E-publications Chair
Magic Vision Lab.
The University of South Australia
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