The ICIP 2017 technical program will highlight a series of Tutorials providing in-deep knowledge on emerging topics of particular interest to the image-processing community.
Prospective proposers of Tutorials should submit proposals with the following information:
Presenters: Names, affiliation, contact information (email and mailing address), and short bio for each presenter.
Description: A description of the tutorial topic, providing a sense of both the scope and depth of the tutorial, along with a tutorial outline.
Relevance: Address the importance and timeliness of the proposal, and its relevance to researchers and engineers.
Previous editions: If the tutorial was given before, describe when and where it was given, and if and how it will be modified for ICIP 2017. If possible, provide a link to slides of the previous tutorial presentation.
Presentation material: If a draft of the tutorial material (to be distributed to tutorial participants) is available that can aid in assessing the proposal and also enable the committee to provide more constructive suggestions for the content.
Proposals will be peer-reviewed using the following criteria:
Timeliness of the proposal: Importance of the topic in 2017 and relevance to ICIP.
Quality of the proposal: State-of-the art coverage of the topic, coherence, and experience of the speakers.
Spectrum of the proposal: Topic is of broad interest to academia and/or industry, researchers and/or engineers.
Accessibility of presentation material: Presentation can be understood by the broad ICIP audience including graduate students, practicing engineers, researchers and professors
Tutorials at ICIP 2017 will be held on Sunday, September 17, 2017 in both morning and afternoon sessions of about 3 hours each. Colleagues interested in proposing a tutorial are welcome to contact the tutorial co-chairs, John Apostolopoulos and Jiwu Huang, who would be happy to answer questions, provide preliminary feedback, etc: [hidden email] <mailto:[hidden email]>