Maximum number of presenters per each tutorial is two persons. Only those presenters indicated in the proposal can deliver the tutorial. No replacements or last-minute changes unless approved by the conference chairs with clear justifications. Tutorials are subject to cancellation if they don’t attract attendees. Presenters are expected to advertise their own tutorials widely among communities of interest in the topic. Presenter must generate a 1-page summary of the tutorial overview and objectives for inclusion in the main conference proceedings. Presenter must devise her/his tutorial to work within a few timing and logistical constraints. If any special requirements are needed it must be communicated during the proposal submission not after. There is no guarantee that the conference can provide all requested arrangements to run the tutorial. Also, it is important to understand that the conference venue may not have flexible room settings, so do not plan for any special room or seating settings during the tutorial. Most setting are in a lecture-style rooms with fixed chairs. Presenter understands that if the tutorial materials are not supplied 4 weeks in advance of the conference date, he/she is responsible for printing the material and delivering it to the conference venue on the tutorial day. Rooms assigned for tutorials are allocated based on the availability and nature of the tutorial.