Multimedia Grand Challenge
The Multimedia Grand Challenge presents a set of problems and issues from industry leaders and top academic institutions, geared to engage the Multimedia research community in solving relevant, interesting and challenging questions for multimedia on a 3-5 year vision.
The Multimedia Grand Challenge was first presented as part of ACM Multimedia 2009 and has established itself as a prestigious competition in the multimedia community. This year’s conference will continue the tradition by repeating previous challenges and by introducing brand new challenges.
The submissions (max 5 pages with the 5th page exclusively reserved for references) should be formatted according to ACM Multimedia formatting guidelines. Multimedia Grand Challenge reviewing is double-blind so authors shouldn’t reveal their identity in the paper. The finalists will be selected by a committee consisting of academia and industry representatives, based on novelty, presentation, scientific interest of the approaches, and for the evaluation-based challenges, on the performance against the task.
Accepted submissions will be published in the conference proceedings, and will be presented in a special event during the ACM Multimedia 2018 conference in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. At the conference, finalists will be requested to introduce their solutions, give a quick demo, and take questions from the judges and the audience.
Winners will be selected for Multimedia Grand Challenge awards based on their presentation.
- Significantly address one of the challenges posted on the website.
- Depict working, presentable systems or demos, using the grand challenge dataset where provided.
- Describe why the system presents a novel and interesting solution.
Submission Deadline: 8 July, 2018
Notification of Acceptance: 31 July, 2018
Camera-Ready Submission Deadline: 5 August, 2018
For any questions regarding the Grand Challenges you can email the Multimedia Grand Challenge Chairs:
- Hayley Hung, Delft University of Technology
- Shuqiang Jiang, Chinese Academy of Sciences