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Each oral presentation (for abstract and full papers) is allocated 25 minutes. 20 minutes for the presentation and the rest for questions / answers from the audience moderated by the session chair. All session rooms will be equipped with a computer and a projector. Presenters are expected to copy their presentations to the provided computer before the session begins. Please contact the Session Chairs. You can also use your own equipment. In such a case you are strongly recommended to the test the signal matching before the session begins. 


Authors are invited to submit full papers showing original research contributions. The conference proceedings will be published as  IEEE Conference Proceedings. Only electronic submission in pdf format will be accepted through the conference paper submission web page. Each paper will be blind-reviewed by at least three members of the program committee, and will be accepted based on its originality, significance and clarity. Papers should describe original and unpublished work on the topics of the conference, must be written in English, and the length should not exceed 6 pages in IEEE double column, single space format (including figures and lables).

Word 2000 templates can be found here. Latex users please use this stylesheet with this bib file.

The paper submission system for the camera ready version is found here.


Proposals for workshops are welcome, there is the option that all papers of the workshop will go through the normal review process or they are published in the Book of Abstracts only (no peer reviewing). The proposed workshops must include a title, information on the scope, contact information for the workshop chair(s) and their short bio’s and a list of authors already contacted or to be contacted and peer reviewed/unreviewed option.


In addition to traditional conference paper and workshop proposals, VSMM09 encourages innovative submissions including movies, interactive or immersive designs and simulations, theatre, and installations. In this case a submission of a one page summary/abstract in arbitrary format is mandatory, abstracts will be published in a separate booklet of abstracts. Abstracts and presentation proposals will be selected on their suitability and quality by the program committee. We furthermore strictly follow the IAPR Ethical Requirements for Authors and require that all authors follow these guidelines!

Abstract submission deadline is on July 12, 2009.

Authors will be notified on July 19, 2009.

 The paper submission system is found here.