About the conference

CBMI aims at bringing together the various communities involved in all aspects of content-based multimedia indexing for retrieval, browsing, management, visualization and analytics.

The seventeeth edition of CBMI will be organized in Dublin, Ireland, following the successful previous editions of Toulouse 1999, Brescia 2001, Rennes 2003, Riga 2005, Bordeaux 2007, London 2008, Chania 2009, Grenoble 2010, Madrid 2011, Annecy 2012, Veszprem 2013, Klagenfurt 2014, Prague 2015, Bucharest 2016, Firenze 2017, La Rochelle 2018.

Call for Contributors

Authors are encouraged to submit previously unpublished research papers in the broad field of content-based multimedia indexing and applications. In addition to multimedia and social media search and retrieval, we wish to highlight related and equally important issues that build on content-based indexing, such as multimedia content management, user interaction and visualization, media analytics, etc.The CBMI proceedings will be indexed and distributed by IEEE Xplore . Best papers will be invited to submit extended versions of their contributions to a special issue of Multimedia Tools and Applications journal (MTAP).

Important Dates
  • Special Session Proposals
    08 Feb 2019
  • Full/short paper submission
    04 May 2019
  • Demo Paper Submission
    04 May 2019
  • Special Sessions Paper submission
    04 May 2019
  • Notification of Acceptance
    18 June 2019
  • Camera Ready papers due
    29 June 2019

Location

DCU All Hallows Campus
Dublin 9,
Ireland.




Getting here

  • Dublin

    Tourism in the Republic of Ireland is one of the biggest contributors to the Economy with 9.0 million people visiting the country in 2017, about 1.8 times Ireland's population. In 2011, Ireland was voted 'Favourite holiday destination in the World' by readers of Frommer's Guide, Lonely Planet listed Ireland as the world's friendliest country. Dublin is the largest city in the Republic of Ireland.

  • All Hallows College at DCU

    All Hallows College is a college of higher education in Dublin. It was founded in 1842 and has been run by the Vincentians since 1892. In 2015 it became part of Dublin City University. The college was a seminary and trained over 4,000 priests. In autumn 1955, while on holiday in Ireland, Senator John F. Kennedy addressed students of All Hallows. The college's main buildings are the historic Drumcondra House designed by Sir Edward Lovett Pearce for Marmaduke Coghill, Purcell House, O'Donnell house, and Senior house. The architect J. J. McCarthy extended the house and designed a college quadrangle, however only two sides were built. The college chapel was designed by George Ashlin in 1876.
    Attendees can come to all Hallows by taxi or bus. A taxi from the city centre for the airport will take about ten minutes. A bus from the city centre should take about twenty minutes.

  • Eat and Rest

    There are accomodaiton options in Dublin to suit all budgets. We will suggest a list of recommended hotels for all budgets. We will also make rooms in the All Hallows campus available to CBMI attendees.

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