12 - 15 June
News and Updates
Here you can find the latest news. Keep checking back for all the updates.
- 24/05/2023: Detailed program is announced.
- 17/05/2023: Draft program is announced.
- 08/05/2023: Accepted papers are announced.
- 25/04/2023: As announced, ICMR 2023 will be a physical first event providing online participation as a secondary option. More specifically, we will be streaming the physical presentations in real-time, but we will not support questions and discussion with remote participants. For those unable to attend in person, we will be providing dedicated online sessions where remote presenters can share their presentations and answer questions from the physically present audience.
- 19/04/2023: The (extended) deadline for submitting the camera ready papers is April 25.
- 13/04/2023: Registration is open! Bank transfer and credit card payment options are available. To complete your registration use this link.
- 10/04/2023: Registration fees are announced. Payments options will be soon available.
- 07/04/2023: Electra Palace Hotel will be the venue for ICMR2023
- 14/03/2023: ICMR2023 offers student travel grants
- 22/02/2023: 3 Keynote speakers are announced.
- 27/01/2023: The deadline for regular papers submission is February 12th 2023, 23:59 anywhere on earth.
- 18/01/2023: Given the current pandemic situation, the conference is planned as a physical-first event. That means that it is highly recommended and preferred for paper authors to attend in person and present their papers. If that turns out impossible, special exceptions may be considered.
- 18/01/2023: The deadline for regular papers submission is January 31st 2023, 23:59 anywhere on earth.3 Keynote speakers are announce
Welcome to ACM ICMR 2023
Following its tradition, the ACM International Conference on Multimedia Retrieval in 2023 will present significant and innovative research in multimedia retrieval and related fields. The scope of the conference includes core topics in multimedia retrieval and recommendation, as well as the broader set of topics that must be addressed to ensure that multimedia retrieval technologies are of practical use in real-world use cases. Special emphasis will be placed on topics related to large-scale indexing, mixed reality user interaction, exploiting diverse and multimodal data, and domain-specific challenges.