ACM MMSys’21 Call for Contributions

September 28-October 1, 2021, Istanbul, Turkey

Register by: June 4th

Upload by: June 7th

Notifications on: July 9th

Camera-ready due: August 6th

All accepted submissions will be published as part of the MMSys’21 proceedings in the ACM Digital Library. Also note that MMSys’21 will offer a large number of travel grants to students as well as attendees from minority groups and less fortunate countries. Details regarding all grants can be found at

==> Demo and Industry Track <==

The goal of the Demo and Industry Track is to bridge the gap between research and industry by showcasing demonstrations of innovative multimedia concepts. Researchers and industry partners could use this opportunity to share their prototypes and proof-of-concepts with a larger audience. Submissions are encouraged in all areas related to multimedia. Researchers are also encouraged to submit demo proposals that concretize their accepted research papers and have a chance to showcase technical aspects of their work. 

Accepted papers will be published in ACM Digital Library.

==> Open Dataset and Software Track <==

Those who have created a new dataset or open-source software package that is relevant to the multimedia community can consider submitting it to this track. This includes, but is not limited to, software and datasets relevant to both traditional and emerging areas, traces reflecting network, user or application behavior and performance, both real or synthetic, as well as software from all aspects of production, coding, transmission, use or analysis of multimedia systems. Together with the dataset or source code, authors are asked to also provide a short paper describing the motivation and design, and discussing the way it can be useful to the community.

Accepted papers will be published in ACM Digital Library.

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