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Call for Paper/Demo/Tutorial/Workshop
ACM Multimedia ASIA 2022

ACM Multimedia ASIA 2022
December 13-16, 2022, Tokyo, Japan


 Important Dates

* Workshop Proposals Submission:    June 30, 2022
- Workshop Proposals Notification:  July  7, 2022
* Regular/Short Paper Submission:   July 22, 2022
* Demo Paper Submission:            August 19, 2022
* Tutorial Proposals Submission:    August 26, 2022
- Tutorial Proposals Notification:  September 16, 2022
- Regular/Short Paper Notification: September 16, 2022
- Demo Paper Notification:          September 23, 2022

The submission deadline is at 11:59pm(AoE) of the stated deadline date.


 Call for Paper/Demo/Tutorial/Workshop

The ACM Multimedia Asia, puts together the long-lasting experience of
former PCM and ICIMCS, which both have good history as well as attending
experiences. It is a newly established international conference to showcase
the scientific achievements and industrial innovations in the multimedia
field. Its mission is to illuminate the state of the art in multimedia
computing by bringing together researchers and practitioners in this field.
In 2022, ACM Multimedia Asia will be held in Tokyo with an extensive
program that includes technical sessions covering all aspects of the
multimedia field in forms of oral and poster presentations, tutorials,
panels, demonstrations, and workshops. We invite papers submission in four
major themes of multimedia:

<<Multimedia Content Understanding>>
- Multimedia and Vision
- Multimodal Analysis and Description
- Multimodal Integration and Alignment
- Deep Learning for Multimedia
- Vision and Language

<<Engaging Users with Multimedia>>
- Emotional and Social Signals in Multimedia
- Multimedia Search and Recommendation
- Social Multimedia
- Multimedia for Collaboration in Education
- Multimedia HCI and Quality of Experience
- Multimedia Virtual/Augmented Reality
- Multimedia for Social Goods
- Multimedia for HealthCare

- Multimedia Art, Entertainment and Culture
- Music and Audio Processing in Multimedia
- Interactions and Quality of Experiences
- Multimedia Applications

<<Multimedia Systems>>
- Multimedia Systems and Middleware
- Multimedia Systems Management and Indexing
- Multimedia Transport and Delivery
- Mobile Multimedia


 Location and Venue

The conference will be held in Tokyo, the most safety, attractive, and
convenient city located in Japan. Our venue, the Yayoi Auditorium in The
University of Tokyo, is in the heart of the city, and is easily reachable
from all over the world. We will provide the way for online attendance as


 General, Progral and Local Chairs

- General Chairs
Kiyoharu Aizawa, The University of Tokyo
Phoebe Chen, La Trobe
Shuqiang Jiang, CAS
Keiji Yanai, The University of Electro-Communications

- Program Chairs
Toshihiko Yamasaki, The University of Tokyo
Jing Liu, CAS
Winston Hsu, NTU
Wei Tsang Ooi, NUS
Rei Kawakami, Titech

- Local Chairs
Yusuke Matsui, The University of Tokyo
Xueting Wang, CyberAgent
Zheng Wang, Wuhan University
Ryosuke Furuta, The University of Tokyo



If you have any questions, please contact us by the following address.

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Wen-Huang Cheng (鄭文皇)
Distinguished Professor,
     Department of Electronics Engineering | Institute of Electronics
     College of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
     National Chiao Tung University (NCTU), Taiwan
     NCTU Artificial Intelligence Graduate Program

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