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            Call for Newsletter Contributions
      ACM SIGMM Records (http://sigmm.org/records)

           next edition: December 31, 2009
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We are continuously accepting submissions for the SIGMM's quarterly  
newsletter, the SIGMM Records, whose next edition will be published on  
December 31.

The SIGMM Records are a channel for researchers to disseminate their  
achievements to the multimedia research community at large. The  
Records publish relevant information about SIGMM members' research,  
disseminate opinions and raise discussions. They are not intended for  
the publication of original research results, and they do not require  
a transfer of copyright. Summaries of the latest PhD theses that have  
been completed by SIGMM researchers or under the supervision of SIGMM  
researchers are of particular interest.

The Records are accessible through the SIG's website, the dedicated  
mailing list [log in to unmask], and the ACM Digital Library  
(ISSN number 1947-4598). You can find all issues at the website:
http://sigmm.org/records

Please visit the newsletter website that explains appropriate content  
and provides submission instructions.

A brief overview of contributions that we solicit:
- your statements and summaries about the state of particular research  
topics in multimedia
- your views on the interaction between research and industry, and  
view of the future
- abstracts of newly concluded PhD theses by SIGMM members or  
supervised by SIGMM members
- news about SIGMM members who have been granted awards
- conference/workshop reports from SIGMM-related events
- information about freely available code and data sets that could be  
of interest to the community
- calls-for-paper for SIGMM-related events
- opportunities for awards
- open researcher positions
- errata of your published multimedia papers

You can use the provided forms at http://sigmm.org/records or send an  
email directions to  [log in to unmask]

Best regards,

The Editors of the ACM SIGMM Records:

Carsten Griwodz (Simula Research Laboratory)
Jun Wang (University College London)
Yi Cui (Vanderbuilt University)
Stephan Kopf (University of Mannheim)
Regu Radhakrishnan (Dolby Labs)

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