Saturday, March 6, 2010

ACM Multimedia 2010 - Call for Short Papers, Videos, Cultural Heritage, Open Source Competition, Discussion Rooms, Doctoral Symposium, Technical Demos

Deadline for submission: May 7th, 2010
http://www.acmmm10.org/
October 25-29th 2010 - Firenze, Italy
The deadline for submissions to ACM Multimedia 2010 Short Papers, Videos, Cultural Heritage, Open Source Competition, Discussion Rooms, Doctoral Symposium and Technical Demos is May 7th, 2010.
Short Papers will be presented as posters in an interactive setting. Short papers should present interesting and exiciting recent results or novel thought-provoking ideas that are not quite ready, and preferrably include a system demonstration.
Videos should present innovative research results, like for example merging augmented reality and real world entities, showing the use of multiple cameras, camera arrays or video-sensor networks or communicate complex ideas through novel means and solutions or showing creative applications or multimedia artistic productions in new contexts.
The Cultural Heritage Track of the Interactive Art Program seeks to connect the cultural heritage and multimedia communities, so to drive innovation in the multimedia field through cultural content and to inject scientific and technological innovations in the cultural heritage area through advanced multimedia techniques.
Open-Source Software Competition is intended to celebrate and encourage the contribution of researchers and software developers to advance the field by providing the community with implementations of codecs, middleware, frameworks, toolkits, libraries, applications, and other multimedia software.
Discussion Rooms are open spaces for debate peer-to-peer basis and will complement Panels (that stimulate experts-to-attendees debates), Tutorials (that provide expert-to-attendees overview or in-depth courses) and Doctoral Symposia (that implement expert-to-PHD moments of scientific suggestion).
Doctoral Symposium provides students involved in the preparation of a PhD in any area of Multimedia with a unique opportunity to have interaction with senior researchers regarding their proposed dissertation research, and meet other doctoral students at the same stage of their dissertation research.
Open-Source Software Competition is intended to celebrate and encourage the contribution of researchers and software developers to advance the field by providing the community with implementations of codecs, middleware, frameworks, toolkits, libraries, applications, and other multimedia software.
Technical demonstrations will provide live evidence of innovative solutions in the field of Multimedia and its applications, showing leading edge research at work. Submissions are particularly encouraged in all innovative areas of Multimedia.
All details for submitting are on the conference web site http://www.acmmm10.org/.
Important dates (check web site for details on each track):
  • May 7th, 2010 – Submission deadline
  • July 5th, 2010 – Notification of acceptance
  • July 26th, 2010 – Camera-ready submission deadline

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