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

            next edition: September 30, 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  
September 30.

The SIGMM Records are a channel for researchers to disseminate their  
achievements to the multimedia research community at large. They 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  
these editions  at the website:
http://sigmm.org/records

Please visit the following newsletter web site that explains  
appropriate content and provides submission instructions:
http://sigmm.org/records

Contributions that we solicit in particular are
  - 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)