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Topics of interest:
  • Multimodal and multimedia processing:
    • Algorithms for multimodal fusion and multimedia fission
    • Multimodal output generation and presentation planning
    • Multimodal discourse and dialogue modeling
    • Generating non-verbal behaviors for embodied conversational agents
    • Machine learning methods for multimodal processing
  • Multimodal input and output interfaces:
    • Gaze and vision-based interfaces
    • Speech and conversational interfaces
    • Pen-based interfaces
    • Haptic interfaces
    • Interfaces to virtual environments or augmented reality
    • Biometric interfaces combining multiple modalities
    • Adaptive multimodal interfaces
  • Multimodal applications:
    • Mobile interfaces
    • Meeting analysis and intelligent meeting spaces
    • Interfaces to media content and entertainment
    • Human-robot interfaces and human-robot interaction
    • Vehicular applications and navigational aids
    • Computer-mediated human to human communication
    • Interfaces for intelligent environments and smart living spaces
    • Universal access and assistive computing
    • Multimodal indexing, structuring and summarization
  • Human interaction analysis and modeling:
    • Modeling and analysis of multimodal human-human communication
    • Audio-visual perception of human interaction
    • Analysis and modeling of verbal and non-verbal interaction
    • Cognitive modeling of users of interactive systems
  • Multimodal data, evaluation, and standards:
    • Evaluation techniques and methodologies for multimodal interfaces
    • Authoring techniques for multimodal interfaces
    • Annotation and browsing of multimodal data
    • Architectures and standards for multimodal interfaces
Paper Submission:
There are two different submission categories: regular paper and short paper. The page limit is 8 pages for regular papers and 4 pages for short papers. The presentation style (oral or poster) will be decided by the committee based on suitability and schedule.

Demo Submission:
Proposals for demonstrations shall be submitted to demo chairs electronically. A two page description with photographs of the demonstration is required.

Doctoral Spotlight:

Funds are expected from NSF to support participation of doctoral candidates at ICMI-MLMI 2009, and a spotlight session is planned to showcase ongoing thesis work. Students interested in travel support can submit a short or long paper as specified above.

Organizing committee
  • General Co-Chairs:
    • James L. Crowley, INRIA, Grenoble, France
    • Yuri A. Ivanov, MERL, Cambridge, USA
    • Christopher R. Wren, Google, Cambridge, USA
  • Program Co-Chairs:
    • Daniel Gatica-Perez, Idiap Research Institute, Martigny, Switzerland
    • Michael Johnston, AT&T Labs Research, Florham Park, USA
    • Rainer Stiefelhagen, University of Karlsruhe, Germany
  • Treasurer:
    • Janet McAndlees, MERL, Cambridge, USA
  • Sponsorship
    • Hervé Bourlard, Idiap Research Institute, Martigny, Switzerland
  • Student Chair
    • Rana el Kalioubi, MIT Media Lab, Cambridge, USA
  • Local Arrangements
    • Cole Krumbholz, MITRE, Bedford, USA
    • Deb Roy, MIT Media Lab, Cambridge, USA
  • Publicity
    • Sonya Allin , University of Toronto, Canada
    • Yang Liu, University of Texas at Dallas, USA
  • Publications
    • Louis-Philippe Morency, University of South California, USA
  • Workshops
    • Xilin Chen, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
    • Steve Renals, University of Edinburgh, Scotland
  • Demos
    • Denis Lalanne, University of Fribourg, Switzerland
    • Enrique Vidal, Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain
  • Posters
    • Kenji Mase, Nagoya University, Japan
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