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A workshop is like a mini-conference within the conference. It is a chance for attendees with common interests to meet for a focused discussion. A workshop may give an opportunity to move a new field forward and build community. A workshop might address research, practice, methodologies, application areas, innovations, management issues or education. (Workshops are not teaching events – those would be tutorials described below.)
Each workshop should generate ideas that will give the community a new way of thinking about the topic or that suggest promising directions for future research or practice. Each workshop will be given a 15-minute slot during the main conference to share ideas and conclusions with the rest of the attendees. A workshop may be one-day or two-days long. A conference-attendee needs to register separately for attending a workshop (and some conference attendees may choose to attend the workshops only and skip the conference).
Those who would like to organize a workshop should send a 200-word description of their workshop to firstname.lastname@example.org. The co-chairs will review and accept the best proposals and publicize them on the conference web site.
Submission deadline: 30 Jan 2011
Acceptance notification: 25 Feb 2011
Final version deadline: 15 Mar 2011
Submission ProcessTo submit a paper, follow the following steps:
- Create an account on www.easychair.org. (This itself is a 4-step process - a short form, email address verification, a longer form and login.)
- Come back to this page and click here. Click on "New Submission" menu, and fill in your paper details.
OR Send your material at email@example.com
Nitendra Rajput is a Senior Researcher at IBM India Research Lab, New Delhi. His areas of interest include Speech Processing, Digital Signal Processing, Image Processing, and Conversational Systems on developing regions. Over the last 12 years, he has worked on Audio-Visual speech recognition, Hindi speech recognition, automatic assessment of language skills for call center agents and on conversational systems for developing regions. He has published and reviewed papers in top conferences in his area.