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ACM Multimedia 2013
Oct. 21-25, Barcelona

Call for Participation

Join us at the ACM Multimedia 2013, the premier conference and worldwide
event bringing together multimedia experts and practitioners across
academia and industry. The central feature of the conference, which
continues this year as in every year since its inception,
is the outstanding Technical Program. This year’s conference features both
oral and poster presentations covering all aspects of the multimedia field
chosen through a highly selective review process.

In addition to the Technical Program, the conference features a diverse
range of activities including Panels, Demonstrations, and Tutorials.
Moreover, a wide array of Workshops brings focus on new topics for
investigation. The conference features special sessions on Brave New Ideas
in Multimedia, a Multimedia Grand Challenge contest, a panel on
Analysis and Mining and an Open Source Software Competition. It also
includes a Doctoral Symposium for mentoring graduate students. Finally,
the conference provides a rich Multimedia Art Exhibition to stimulate
artists and researchers alike to meet and discover the frontiers of
multimedia artistic communication!

Multimedia Framed, Elizabeth F. Churchill, eBay Research Labs
The Space between the Images, Leonidas J. Guibas, Stanford University

Multimedia Grand Challenge Solutions:
The Multimedia Grand Challenge presents a set of problems and issues from
industry leaders, geared to engage the Multimedia research community in
solving relevant, interesting and challenging questions about the
industry’s 3-5 year vision for multimedia The Multimedia Grand Challenge
has established itself as a prestigious competition in the multimedia
community. This year’s conference will continue the tradition with by
repeating previous challenges, and by introducing brand new challenges:

* NHK – Where is beauty? Grand Challenge
* Technicolor – Rich Multimedia Retrieval from Input Videos Grand Challenge
* Yahoo! – Large-scale Flickr-tag Image Classification Grand Challenge
* Huawei/3DLife - 3D human reconstruction and action recognition Grand
* MediaMixer/VideoLectures.NET – Temporal Segmentation and Annotation
Grand Challenge
* Microsoft: MSR – Bing Image Retrieval Grand Challenge

* ACM Multimedia Workshop on Geotagging and Its Applications
* 5th International Workshop on Multimedia for Cooking and Eating
Activities (CEA2013)
* 4th ACM/IEEE ARTEMIS 2013 International Workshop on Analysis and
Retrieval of Tracked Events and Motion in Imagery Streams
* 2nd International Workshop on Socially-Aware Multimedia
* Data-driven challenge-based workshop ACM MM 2013 – AVEC 2013
* 2nd ACM International Workshop on Multimedia Analysis for Ecological
Data (MAED 2013)
* International ACM Workshop on Crowdsourcing for Multimedia (CrowdMM 2013)
* Personal Data Meets Distributed Multimedia Workshop
* 1st ACM MM Workshop on Multimedia Indexing and Information Retrieval for
Healthcare (MIIRH’13)
* 3rd International Workshop on Interactive Multimedia on Mobile and
Portable Devices (IMMPD’13)
* 4th International Workshop on Human Behavior Understanding (HBU)
* Immersive Media Experiences

* Foundations and Applications of Semantic Technologies for Multimedia
Content, Ansgar Scherp (Uni Mannheim, Germany)
* Towards Next-Generation Multimedia Recommendation Systems,
Jialie Shen (SMU Singapore), Shuicheng Yan (NUS), Xian-Sheng Hua (Microsoft)
* Crowdsourcing for Multimedia Research,
Mohammad Soleymani (Imperial College London), Martha Larson (TU Delft)
* Massive-Scale Multimedia Semantic Modeling,
John R. Smith (IBM Research), Liangliang Cao (IBM Research)
* Social Interactions over Geographic-Aware Multimedia Systems,
Roger Zimmerman (NUS), Yi Yu (NUS)
* Multimedia Information Retrieval: Music and Audio,
Markus Schedl (Johannes Kepler University, Austria), Emilia Gomez (UPF
Barcelona), Masataka Goto (AIST)
* Blending the Physical and the Virtual in Musical Technology: from
interface design to multimodal signal processing,
George Tzanetakis (U Victoria, Canada), Sidney Fels (UBC), Michael Lyons
(Ritsumeikan U, JP)


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