EAIT 2012 Call for Tutorials
After the success of the earlier two conferences, the Third International
Conference on Emerging Applications of Information Technology (EAIT 2012)
(http://sites.google.com/site/csieait2012/) organised by the Computer
Society of India, Kolkata Chapter, will be held from Nov.30-Dec.01, 2012
at the Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, India.
The Tutorial Committee of EAIT 2012 invites proposals for pre-conference
tutorials to be held on Nov.29, 2012 at the conference venue. The
proposals should be for half-day
tutorials (three hours, including a half-hour tea break).
Tutorials may be of two types: expository, mainly meant for students or
research/development oriented, meant for professionals. An ideal
tutorial should attract a wide audience and should be broad enough to
provide a general introduction to the chosen area, but should also cover
the most important contributions in depth. Commercial presentations and
tutorials that focus exclusively on the presenters' own work are not
eligible. Any area covering Computer Science/IT and even interesting
applications may be proposed.
The proposal should include:
1. Topic overview: Should also include why should be of interest to IT
2. Target Audience: From which areas the potential participants are
expected? What prior knowledge, if any, is expected from the audience?
3. Content details: Should provide a detailed outline of the topics to be
presented, including estimates for the time that will be devoted to each
sub-topic, if any. Entire presentation should be aimed for a total length
of approximately three hours (including a half-hour break). In case of
multiple presenters, distribution of presentation time should also be
4. Format: How the presentation would be made? Would there be any
multimedia presentation? Would there be any software demonstration?
Would there be any need of some special technical equipment?
Usually, a PC/Laptop with LCD projector will be provided for
5. CV: A short CV of each of the presenters indicating their expertise in
the topic of the tutorial. Presenters should at least provide their name,
affiliation, e-mail address and web-page (if available) in their CV.
Proposal for Tutorial: June 30, 2012
Tutorial Proposal Acceptance Notification: July 31, 2012
Final Tutorial Presentation Material To be submitted: August 15, 2012
Tutorial Proposals should be sent to the Tutorial Chairs:
Phalguni Mukherjee (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Aditya Bagchi (email@example.com)