National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan,
Tokyo Denki University, Japan
A tutorial aims at giving attendees the possibility to get in depth information on a given topic. Tutorials may address one or more tracks, but they should be organized under a unified theme.
The structure of Tutorial is not fixed, and proposers may design it as they think best. Proposers are responsible for defining the full contents of the tutorial.
Schedule and format
Workshops will be held fully virtually.
The presentations are pre-recorded can be viewed on demand during the conference week. The tutors are expected to answer questions in a chat in a non-real-time manner. Since the conference does not support on-demand presentation streaming, all the presenters need to present in a real-time manner in the sessions.
All tutorials are half-day and may extend flexibly for 2.5–3.5 hours due to the virtual format.
The following information will be made public:
• Tutors’ names, affiliations and biographies
• Tutorial title
• Motivation and context
• Structure and content
• Key bibliography
The following criteria will be taken into consideration for the evaluation and ranking of Panels’ proposals:
3. Technical Content
5. Overall Recommendation.
Tutorials Co-Chairs will conduct the evaluation.