Call for Tutorials
Due to many requests the submission deadline was extended until January 15th, 2011
Submissions of tutorial proposals are encouraged, covering interdisciplinary topics and/or important new emerging areas of interest related to the main conference topics.
The following information should be included in each proposal:
- Title of the tutorial;
- Duration (a tutorial can last either three or six hours. in the latter case, it will be structured in two sessions of three hours);
- Names/affiliation of the presenters;
- A brief biography of each presenter, including selected publications and references to web pages of relevant interest for the review;
- E-mail address and other possible contact information;
- An introduction (maximum 1 page), including the importance of the topic, the objectives and the novelty of the proposed tutorial, and a brief outline of the main target audience;
- A presentation outline (maximum 2 pages), specifying how the presentation would be organized in the case of multiple presenters;
- A brief description of the material that would be distributed to the participant;
- A list of any type of special equipment necessary for the presentation, including information if such equipment is required to be supplied by the conference organisers;
- Other possible requirements.
Prospective tutorial presenters should submit proposals by email to firstname.lastname@example.org before January 15th, 2011.
Proposals will be evaluated by the Organizing Committee for relevance, quality, value, and novelty - introducing new tools, ideas, and topics to the Interspeech community.
Notification of acceptance is scheduled for February 15th, 2011.
Maurizio Omologo (FBK-IRST, Trento) [ email@example.com ]