ADMA 2023 Tutorials Call for Proposals

Tutorials Chairs: Zheng Zhang ( and Shuihua Wang (

Proposal Deadline: August 09, 2023 [11:59 p.m. Pacific Standard Time]

Notification by: August 11, 2023 [Pacific Standard Time]

Submission: Please send your proposal document to BOTH chairs and prefix your email subject with [ADMA’23 Tutorial Proposal].

Aims and Scope

The 19th International Conference on Advanced Data Mining and Applications (ADMA'23) will initiate tutorials that focus on cutting-edge research directions and initiatives that are closely related to research and applications of data mining. Courses and tutorials will take place on August 21st -August 23rd, 2023 (tentative). Importantly, we expect to hold an in-person conference presentation.

We solicit proposals for tutorials from active researchers and experienced tutors from different research communities. Technically, each tutorial should give a comprehensive overview of a specific topic that covers state-of-the-art scientific research, development, and applications in data mining, and also will stimulate our future work. Guided by the mission of ADMA, tutorials aim to provide a leading international platform for disseminating collective research findings in data mining and applications, which can span applications, algorithms, software, and systems, as well as different disciplines with potential in data mining.

We expect inspiring tutorials that should be educational rather than a simple technical survey. We encourage tutorials on interdisciplinary, novel, or fast-growing directions, and some significant applications. As part of our efforts to support the data mining community, we highly encourage application-oriented tutorials that motivate attendees to learn particular tools, open-source software, and applications that may further promote the data mining community.

Notably, preferable proposals are about half-day or full-day courses, though we anticipate that most courses will be half-day unless the given topic can attract widespread research attention, in which case a longer session may be necessary. Tutorials are part of the main conference and are free of charge to the registrants.

Format of the Submission

Proposals should be in PDF format of at most three pages (excluding biographies and references), and should include the following information:

  • Proposed title.
  • Abstract and summary (up to 200 words).
  • Strength and rationale: Explain why this tutorial could attract great interest or show the significance of the data mining and application community. Clarify whether are there some related or similar courses/tutorials in other venues and make an explanation.
  • Course description (less than 1 page): A simple outline of your tutorial in the form of an itemized list with the estimated time for each subject. A list of topics to be covered, along with a brief outline and essential details. A description of how this proposal relates to the themes of ADMA.
  • Expected target audience and prerequisites: Figure out both composition and estimated number of participants.
  • Preference for a half- or full-day event (the latter needs a brief justification).
  • A list of important references will be covered in this tutorial (less than 30).
  • Proposers' names, titles, affiliations, emails, and brief bio sketches.

Proposals should be in PDF format of at most three pages (excluding biographies and references), and should include the following information:

  • All presenters should register for the main conference and report their tutorial in person.
  • The presentation has max 3 speakers (half-day, about 2.5 hours) or 5 speakers (full-day, about 5 hours). Possibly, please provide a brief justification in the proposal.
  • If a panel discussion is necessary at the end of the tutorial session, the organization details (duration, number of panelists) must be included in the proposal.
ADMA 2023 - International Conference on Advanced Data Mining and Applications, Shenyang, China