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FG2020 Doctoral Consortium
Call for Participation
The aim of the IEEE International Conference on Automatic Face and Gesture Recognition (FG2020) Doctoral Consortium is to provide a forum for PhD students to discuss their research and career objectives with the international research community. FG2020 Doctoral Consortium aims to provide a networking environment that will enable the doctoral students to establish new contacts and collaborations with other researchers and to equip the new generation of bright researchers with career options in academia and industry.

The Doctoral Consortium will be a half-day event, starting with a catered lunch combined with an informal introduction by senior researchers and followed by discussions with attendees. Attendance will be by invitation only. During oral sessions, the accepted student participants will present their research and will receive feedback from the invited committee. The students will also present their work during a poster session in the main conference, to receive feedback from the rest of the community.

Eligible students are invited to apply for the Doctoral Consortium. Successful applicants are expected to actively participate in the whole program, whereas their co-authors are expected to attend the Doctoral Consortium and the main conference poster session.

This is a good opportunity for labs with PhD students that may already have submitted to the general conference, to present their work to experts in the field and expand their network with peers and experts in related research areas. We are in the process of securing funds to award travel grants to the DC participants.
 

ELIGIBILITY
We encourage submissions from PhD students who are already working on their dissertations with some results already published or close to publication. We encourage diversity and equality, both in terms of research topics as well as participating institutions and individuals. We do not expect more than two students to be invited from each institution to represent a diverse sample. Women are especially encouraged to apply. It is not necessary to have a paper appearing in FG2020 in order to apply to participate.

 
SUBMISSION
To apply for the Doctoral Consortium, please submit:

A CV (max 1 page)
An extended abstract (max 4 pages) following the FG2020 paper format. It should describe the research vision of the applicant, a brief summary of the work till date, a working plan, and a discussion of future plans and challenges. The work should still be in progress.
A supporting letter from the thesis advisor that endorses the student’s application to this Doctoral Consortium and briefly describes the progress or status of the student’s thesis work.
All materials should be combined into a single PDF file and submitted through the FG2020 Doctoral Consortium submission system.

 
REVIEW AND SELECTION PROCESS
All submissions will be peer-reviewed by Technical Program Committee members. Paper topics should be related to the conference topics. Submissions will be evaluated on:

Quality of the submission.
Expected benefits for the student’s research.
Student’s contribution to the diversity of topics, backgrounds, methodology, etc.
 
FINANCIAL SUPPORT
Students selected for participation in the Doctoral Consortium may be considered to receive financial support for travel, lodging and registration expenses, which is contingent upon available funds.

 
IMPORTANT DATES
Submission deadline: 2nd March, 2020
Notification of acceptance: 23th March, 2020
Doctoral consortium date: TBA, 2020
 
CONTACT
For further questions, please contact the Doctoral Consortium Chairs <mailto:[log in to unmask]> ([log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>):

Maru Cabrera, University of Washington, USA
Mariella Dimiccoli, Institut de Robòtica i Informàtica Industrial, Spain
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