Call for tutorials
The conference may be transformed into a virtual conference in the event of the inability to travel or to meet if health and safety conditions cannot be met.
Call for Tutorials
ISBI seeks proposals for half-day tutorials, which should provide clear and focused material covering emerging topics in biomedical imaging, with a special focus on algorithmic tools. It is anticipated that a maximum of five tutorials will be scheduled. All tutorials will be held on April 13th 2021, either in the morning, or in the afternoon. Each tutorial will last 3 hours with a break in the middle. A total of 1300€ will be allocated for each tutorial to support travel of the presenters or as honorarium.
Tutorial proposals must be submitted as a single PDF file (not exceeding four pages excluding biosketches), which should contain:
- Title, outline, and the relevance to ISBI audience;
Short description of the material to be covered (no more than 4000 characters);
Contact information including name, affiliation, email, mailing address, and a two-page biosketch for each presenter;
- Description of the expected audience, especially prerequisite knowledge and skills;
- Description of the expected audience participation, especially whether hands-on computer (or other) work will be involved;
- Description of the coursepacks (including slides and other tutorial material) that will be provided to the audience in hardcopy and/or electronic format. All such material must be free from copyright issues.
Proposals must be emailed to Dr. Carole Frindel (firstname.lastname@example.org- lyon.fr) and Hassan Rivaz (email@example.com) with the subject heading ISBI 2021 Tutorial Proposal.
Proposals should be submitted as soon as possible, and no later than September 25, 2020.
Final notification of acceptance/rejection will be sent by October 23th, 2020.