Workshops and Tutorials
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MUM 2022, the 21st International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia will be held in Lisbon, Portugal, November 27th - 30th.
The International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia (MUM 2022) welcomes proposals for workshops. A MUM Workshop is a forum for attendees with shared interests to present, discuss, and develop new ideas around a specific theme or domain related to Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia. It is the perfect opportunity for putting the best minds in the field together to build new communities, to explore new ideas, and to develop emerging topics.
All workshops will take place on the Sunday before the conference, on the 27th of November. Because workshops are meant to encourage ideas exchange, we encourage proposals that go beyond being a mini-conference and that engage participants in hands-on activities and in discussion. We also encourage organisers to open the workshops to conference attendees without a workshop paper, but who would be interested in participating.
If you are interested in submitting a proposal and wish to discuss your ideas prior to the submission deadline, the workshop chairs welcome any inquiries. You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Workshop proposal submissions should be in the ACM Primary Article Template. Submissions should be 6 pages or less (excluding references), detailing your goals for the workshop, how you plan to run the workshop, and any planned outcomes. Workshop proposal submissions contain an abstract that is less than 150 words long that clearly states the purpose of the workshop. Submissions will be juried by the Workshop chairs. Submissions must be submitted via e-mail [email@example.com].
Upon Acceptance of your MUM Workshop or Tutorial
- Workshop organisers will be notified of acceptance or rejection by the notification date.
- Final acceptances for participants’ submissions must be completed by the acceptance deadline. This will give participants enough time for early registration to the conference.
Before the Conference
Organisers of the accepted workshops are responsible for the following tasks during the time leading up to the conference:
- Announce/disseminate their Workshop: Organisers of an accepted workshop must set up and maintain their own website in which they provide further and updated information about their workshop. The workshop page will be linked to from the official MUM workshop site.
- Solicit Submissions from Potential Participants: While some organisers may choose alternate formats, a position paper is generally 2-4 pages long and outlines the submitter’s view on the workshop theme and the reasons for the submitter’s interest in the topic.Proceedings of the workshop's submissions will be in charge of the workshop organisers. Commonly, the workshop's proceedings are included on each workshop's webpage.
- Select Participants: Choose participants on the basis of position papers submitted and your goals for the workshop.
- Provide a Participant List: A list of confirmed participants should be sent to the Workshop & Tutorials Chairs (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Develop a final agenda of workshop activities.
- Develop a plan for any follow-up activities.
Previous Workshops at MUM
Some example workshops from previous years include:
The International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia (MUM 2022) welcomes proposals for tutorials. We invite academic and industry leaders in all topics related to Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia to submit a proposal following the guidelines below. We encourage proposals that include practical activities inside and outside the classroom.
All tutorials will take place on the Sunday before the conference, on the 27th of November and you can choose between three formats: 90min, half-day, or full-day. If you are interested in submitting a proposal and wish to discuss your ideas prior to the submission deadline, the workshop chairs welcome any inquiries. You can contact us at email@example.com.
Tutorial proposal submissions should be in the ACM Primary Article Template. Submissions should be 6 pages or less (excluding references), and include the following details:
- Topics and objectives of the tutorial and how they are relevant to the MUM community
- Description of the tutorial activities
- Short biography of the organisers
- Proposed tutorial length (90min, half-day, full-day)
- Room and material requirements
- Maximum number of participants
Tutorial proposal submissions contain an abstract that is less than 150 words long that clearly states the purpose of the tutorial. Submissions will be juried by the tutorial chairs. Submissions must be submitted via email to the tutorial chairs [firstname.lastname@example.org].