MediaEval 2018 Working Notes Submission

Please prepare your 2-page MediaEval 2017 Working Notes papers according to the instructions (which include templates).

The deadline for the paper is 17 October 2018, unless otherwise noted on your MediaEval 2018 task page.

Submission system:

MediaEval 2018 Signup and Usage Agreement

Register to participate in MediaEval 2018 on the MediaEval 2018 registration site. Once you have registered, please fill out, sign and return the data usage agreement in order to receive the data releases:

For information on the tasks, including dates of data set releases see the MediaEval 2018 webpage.

MediaEval 2018 Task Registration Open

Registration to participated in MediaEval 2018 tasks is now open on the MediaEval 2018 registration site. For information on the tasks, including dates of data set releases see the MediaEval 2018 webpage.

Goodbye old year. Hello new year.

A preliminary list of tasks for the new year is online on the MediaEval 2018 webpage. We will continue to extend this list as new proposals come in.

Proposals for 2018 tasks are accepted through 16 February 2018. If you are interested in proposal a task, please see the MediaEval 2018 Call for Task Proposals.

Registration for MediaEval 2018 tasks will open at the beginning of March. The workshop will be held at EURECOM in Sophia Antipolis, France, in November.

Finally, the full materials of MediaEval 2017 are now available online on the MediaEval 2017 webpage and the task webpages linked to there.

MediaEval 2018 Call for Task proposals

Indication of Intent: Friday 22 December 2017- Friday 26 January 2018
Full proposal deadline: Friday 16 February (updated deadline)

The Multimedia Evaluation Benchmark, MediaEval, offers challenges in the form of shared tasks. The goal of MediaEval is to develop and evaluate new algorithms and technologies for multimedia retrieval, access and exploration. MediaEval tasks are innovative, involving multiple modalities, (e.g., audio, visual, textual, and/or contextual) and focusing on the human and social aspects of multimedia. Our larger aim is to promote reproducible research that makes multimedia a positive force for society

MediaEval is now calling for proposals for tasks to run in the 2018 benchmarking season. The proposal should describe the motivation of the task and define the specific problem that task participants are required to solve. It should provide information on the data (including source and licensing), and on how the solutions developed by task participants will be evaluated. Read More...