Call for tutorial proposal
We welcome proposals for tutorials on either core health information processing topics or topics of emerging importance for health information processing. We will consider any topic, provided that the proposal makes a strong argument that the tutorial is important for the CHIP community. Tutorials should be of interest to a substantial portion of the community and should represent a sufficiently mature area of research or practice.
A maximum of 2 pages in length including references (if any) is accepted. Tutorial proposals must contain a general description of the topic proposed in appropriate headings, and should be clearly structured to provide the following information:
- Abstract(up to 250 words)
- Description and outline: What material will the tutorial cover and in what depth? Please provide a detailed outline.
- Goals: What are the objectives of the tutorial? What is the benefit to attendees?
- Target audience: What is the target audience? What background should attendees have?
- A list of the most important references that will be covered.
- Brief biographies of the lecturer as well as their specific contributions to the tutorial.
Tutorials are organized before the CHIP 2020 conference and each tutorial can be scheduled as 1.5 hours or half-day session (3 hours) with breaks.
To submit a proposal, email to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com with “CHIP Tutorial Proposal” in the subject line.
Tutorial Chairs, CHIP 2020
Of note, a CHIP tutorial should not focus exclusively on the results or tools of the presenters or their organizations. Instead, a tutorial should provide a balanced overview of an area of research.