January 29, 2020;
CfP for the Workshop Eye Tracking for Quality of Experience in Multimedia (ET-MM), to be
held on June 2, 2020 at the University of Stuttgart. This workshop is supported by the SFB-TRR 161,
and part of the
ACM Symposium on Eye Tracking Research &
Deadline March 6, 2020.
Call for Papers
Multimedia applications are commonly targeted at the human sensory system. This fact renders
subjectively perceived quality the ultimate performance metric in media applications. For visual
media such as images and videos, eye tracking provides unprecedented insight into fundamental
stages of visual perception. Moreover, it can be expected that eye trackers soon will become
standard components in laptops, tablet computers, and smartphones. This allows to deepen our
understanding of how humans perceive multimedia, interact with existing multimedia systems, and
also to design novel applications that dynamically adapt according to an observer's gaze. In this
workshop, we will explore how eye tracking can help to quantify and analyse visual multimedia
aspects such as saliency and perceptual quality. ET-MM focuses more on data-driven algorithms and
technology, including gaze based interfaces for control of multimedia applications.
Topics of Interest
We seek contributions on, but not limited to the following topics:
- Eye tracking for visual quality and aesthetics prediction.
- Eye tracking for image and video saliency.
- Multimedia datasets which include eye tracking information.
- Impact of quality degradations on gaze paths.
- Eye tracking based perceptual image/video coding.
- Eye movement in multimedia learning.
- Gaze based interfaces and application control.
- Eye tracking to assess reliability in user studies.
- Multi-user interaction (but not for games)
March 6, 2020 Paper submission deadline.
March 19, 2020 Notification of acceptance.
April 2, 2020 Camera-ready deadline.
There will be no deadline extensions. Submission time zone is AOE (Anywhere on Earth).
Dietmar Saupe, University of Konstanz, SFB-TRR 161
Hantao Liu, University of Cardiff, Wales, UK, SFB-TRR 161 Cooperation with
Lewis Chuang, LMU Munic, SFB-TRR 161
Additionally to the chairs, the following people will be involved in the reviewing process:
Oliver Wiedemann, University of Konstanz, Germany
Jesse Grootjen, LMU Munich, Germany
Xin Zhao, University of Cardiff, UK
For questions and suggestions please contact Dietmar Saupe:
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