Call for Contributions
We await your contributions by 15. March 2012 Please take a closer look at the information that is required for a particular submission to the newsletter.
Submission date: 15. March 2012
We await your contributions by 15. March 2012. Please follow the links provided below to see the information that is required for a particular submission to the newsletter. You can use the provided forms to create an email contribution or send an email directions to email@example.com but please do not hesitate to contact us at the same email address with ideas for contributions related to book reviews, comments, paper errata or outrageous statements that you would like to make known.
Outrageous opinions and critical discussions
We invite members of SIGMM to make initiate discussions about the state-of-the-art in Multimedia by contributing to SIGMM Records. Maybe you have noticed that it is time to stop simulating and start building in one of our field? Here you argue for it. Maybe you observe that some of our fields overlap and should really talk to each other? Here you can motivate them. We are open for most contributions, but SIGMM membership of at least one author is mandatory, and the contributions will be reviewed, may need revision and they may even be rejected entirely.
|Submit your opinion.|
Paper errata and background information
Our publication channels leave very few openings for providing additional information about papers that have been published in conference proceedings or journals. There is the option of creating a technical report, but even those with ISBN numbers are notoriously volatile. SIGMM Records allows SIGMM members to provide additional information about, and particularly to make correction to, a paper that has been published by a SIGMM-sponsored or co-sponsored venue and that is available from the ACM Digital Library. SIGMM membership of at least one author is mandatory, and the contributions will be reviewed, may need revision and they may even be rejected entirely.
|Submit your paper errata.|
PhD thesis abstracts
To achieve its goal of strengthening the dissemination of research and in order to get to know the members of the community, the newsletter will feature abstracts of recently concluded PhD theses. If you are a member of ACM SIGMM and have successfully defended your PhD thesis in a field that is relevant to the SIGMM community in the past 6 months, or if you are a SIGMM member and you have supervised a student who has recently achieved this, you are invited to submit an abstract that briefly describes the work.
|Submit a PhD thesis abstract.|
Conference and workshop report
To achieve its goal of strengthening the dissemination of research, the SIGMM newsletter publishes reports from conferences and workshops that are held with SIGMM involvement. This includes events that have been held with sponsorship of as well as in cooperation with SIGMM.
|Submit a report for an event.|
Freely available source code, traces and test content
To strengthen the cooperation within the SIGMM community, we ask you to use the newsletter to announce material that you have made available to the community for free. This should include source code, traces, and test content that can be used by any member of the community for research purposes without any payment whatsoever. The material must not come with any conditions of use that limit the freedom of research of the SIGMM member who decides to make use of this material, and it must not prevent the user from any activity unrelated to the use of this material.
|Submit an item that is freely available.|
We request your contributions concerning major scientific awards that have been granted to members of the ACM SIGMM. Your contribution should include both a short description of the award itself, and more details about the SIG member's scientific work for which the award has been granted.
|Submit an award grant article.|
Short announcements will be included in the newsletter.
|Submit an event announcement|
|Submit an opportunity for awards|
|Submit a position announcement|
- SIGMM-sponsored, co-sponsored or in-cooperation conferences and workshops, other multimedia-related events sponsored by ACM, and multimedia-related special issues for journals
- Opportunities for awards, including multimedia-related opportunities for research projects
- Open research positions, at least at master level and only from employers