The goal of the PATCH2012MM workshop is to gather researchers and practitioners from different fields, e.g., multimedia retrieval, user interaction, arts and heritage curation, interface design and user modeling, in order to showcase novel applications and discuss opportunities that grow from the connections between users and multimedia systems in the cultural heritage domain.
Follow this link to more information on the scope of the workshop.
Next to the full research papers, we also encourage submissions of position papers, short papers and demonstrations to enable active discussion of the open challenges and issues in this area of research. We invite submissions of work at all stages of development that address any aspects of personalization in the cultural heritage domain, e.g., papers which describe work in progress, empirical results, position statements, and demonstrations of existing systems.
- Leveraging human computation, social computing and crowdsourcing to improve multimedia retrieval and exploration systems in the cultural heritage domain;
- User interaction and interface concepts for personalized access of online and on-site cultural heritage
- Personalized analytics for single users and (small) groups of users – Contextualized and context-aware navigation/browsing interfaces
- Presentation of and interaction with personalized multimedia narratives in digital collections
- Intelligent interfaces for semantically enriched multimedia collections – New technologies for making groups smarter
- Evaluation or real life use-cases of cultural heritage multimedia applications
Follow this link to more contextual information regarding the workshop topics.
Paper submissions should follow the general ACM Multimedia submission guidelines and must comply with the formatting instructions:
Full papers: max. 10 pages
Position papers: max. 4 pages
Short papers: max. 4 pages
Demo papers: max. 4 pages
All papers should be submitted in PDF format via the online submission system. (http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=patch2012mm).
An international panel of experts will review all submissions.
All categories of papers will be included in printed ACM MM 2012 Conference & Workshops Compilation Proceedings, and added to the online ACM Digital Library. Demos need to provide links to the systems presented. Work that has already been published should not be submitted unless it
introduces a significant addition to the previously published work.
Paper submission: July 1, 2012
Author notification: July 12, 2012
Camera ready: August 15, 2012
- Lora Aroyo, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Johan Oomen, Sound and Vision, The Netherlands
- Stéphane Marchand-Maillet, University of Geneva, Switzerland
- Jeremy Douglass, U. California San Diego, USA
- Contact chairs at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: http://www.patch2012mm.org
- Twitter: @PATCH_Workshop