Call for Late-Breaking Demo


The late-breaking demo session is dedicated to the presentation of preliminary result, ideas, applications or system prototypes that are not yet fully formed nor systematically evaluated, but of interest to the MIR community.

Authors are encouraged to submit extended one-page (preferred) or two-page (maximum) abstracts of the late-breaking demo session. Submit your late-breaking-demo contribution in PDF format according to one of the following templates:

Submissions do not need to be anonymous.

Be aware that all late-breaking demo presentations will be posters and they may include or not a demo component. Submissions must clearly state if there is to be a demonstration component, and briefly address any special requirements.

To guarantee the proper allocation of the late-breaking demos in the conference venue, submission will be closed by October 26, 2015 . We will screen submissions for formatting compliance after they are received without waiting for the late-breaking demo submission deadline. Submissions that do not conform to the required format will be rejected.

Acceptance/rejection notifications will be sent to authors as soon as the submissions are screened. Note that at least one author of an accepted late-breaking demo abstract must be registered for the conference and present it at the corresponding session.