Each accepted paper (full/short paper, special session paper and demo paper) has to have at least one registration at a regular rate, in order to appear in the conference proceedings. Each accepted paper must be presented at the conference in order to appear in the proceedings, and has to be registered before July 16th. Receipts will be given to all attendees in their delegate pack. If you need a receipt in advance of this, please let the organisers know.
Registration for the conference can be done using the conftool system that was used for paper submission. Registration ccomprises the following:
|09:00||Welcome / Keynote (Klaus Schoeffmann)||Keynote(Alan Smeaton)||PANEL (Multimeda, not Single Media)|
|10:30||Best Paper Session||Special Session on 'Medical Image Mining & Health’||Oral Session 'Applications’|
|13:30||Oral Session 'Learning||Oral Session 'Objects'||Optional Social Activity|
|15:30||Poster/Demo/Welcome Session||Special Session on 'Signals in Multimedia’|
|18:00||Bus Transfer to Clontarf Castle|
|19:00||Banquet (Clontarf Castle)|
All sessions will take place in the John Hand Library, which facilitates both HDMI and VGA laptop connectors. We will provide a laptop (Apple Macbook with powerpoint and keynote), but you are also free to bring your own laptop also. Apple mac connectors will be available, but we suggest that you bring your own to be sure.
CBMI2019 will include three different types of conference session:
Please submit your camera-ready paper before the 16th July 2019. The paper (PDF and zipped source) should be uploaded to the CBMI 2019 conftool submission system before this date. The appropriate copyright clearance code notice is to appear on the bottom of the first page of each paper according to the guidelines set forth in the Cataloging/Copyright Instructions for an IEEE Conference Proceeding. A full set of IEEE conference templates are provided by IEEE, including details for overleaf. Please add one of the following four copyright notices for a CBMI2019 publication, whichever one is appropriate:
Dublin is one of the top city break destinations in Europe and for atmosphere, nightlife, visitor attractions, activities and shopping, Dublin has very few rivals. Steeped in history and buzzing with youthful energy, the Irish capital is at the very heart of Irish culture and industry.
Ireland uses the same plugs as the UK and the standard electricity supply in Ireland is 230 volt AC (frequency 50Hz). WiFi is ubiquitous and most restaurants, cafes, venues and public transport (except taxis) provide WiFi. Uber does NOT work in Ireland, due to regulations; the alternative is MyTaxi.
We can recommend the following nearby hotels. For a full listing of options, please refer to your preferred room booking service.
There are also a limited number of rooms available on the DCU Glasnevin Campus (3KMs from the All Hallows Campus - 37 minute walk). The rooms are Double/Twin Ensuite Rooms and they cost €100 per night. Linen and Towels are provided in the bedrooms. The accommodation is apartment style with 2 private rooms per apartment. Guests share a living area with tea/coffee making facilities. If you wish to book a room, then please email firstname.lastname@example.org, referring to CBMI2019 to make a booking. Note that these are limited in availability, so if you are interested, please make a reservation quickly.
Most attendees will fly to Dublin, although there are other options such as ferries from the UK or France. Dublin Airport is one of the busiest in Europe, with hundreds of daily flights providing a huge range of options to get here. Direct flights are available from most major cities in the UK and continental Europe, several hubs in North America, and the Gulf cities of Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Connecting hubs hook up with further flights from all over the world, providing for easy access to the Irish capital.
Dublin Airport has two terminals. Terminal 1 is the arrival and departure point for airlines including Ryanair, Air France, Flybe.com, Germanwings, Iberia, Lufthansa, Norwegian and SAS. Terminal 2 is the hub for Emirates, Etihad and transatlantic flights by American Airlines, US Airways, U nited Airlines, Delta, Air Canada and Aer Lingus (Ireland's national airline, whose UK and continental flights are also based in T2). Dublin Airport is 10km from the city centre and about 7km from DCU All Hallows Campus. A taxi from the airport to DCU will cost between €12-15, and note that Dublin Taxi Drivers are notoriously grumpy about taking short journeys, so please ignore the inevitable grumbles. There are also numerous busses that take passengers directly to the city centre.
If you need an invitation letter to attend, please email the conference organisers (organisers (at) cbmi2019.org) as soon as possible. For a visa letter, please send us the following information: