Calls for Contributions

General Information

Starting with ACM Multimedia 2011, the conference will have ten areas, instead of the familiar tracks of content, systems, applications and human-centered computing. The introduction of areas allows the community to solicit papers from a wide range of timely multimedia-related topics. For example, this change has allowed us to focus on crosscutting topics, including scalability and mobility, as areas of interest. More


Here is the list of areas which shows the name of each area, a brief description of its scope and the area chairs.

General Submission Guidelines

Submissions to ACM Multimedia 2010 must include new, unpublished, original research. Submissions containing substantially similar material may not be submitted to other venues concurrently with ACM Multimedia 2010. More

Call for Full Papers

Full papers will be presented in the oral sessions of the ACM Multimedia 2010 technical program. The papers should present interesting recent results or novel thought-provoking ideas in all areas of multimedia and its applications. More

Call for Short Papers

Short papers will be presented as posters in an interactive setting. Short papers should present interesting and exciting recent results or novel thought-provoking ideas that are not quite ready, and preferably include a system demonstration. More

Call for High Risk/High Reward Papers

We seek contributions that call to explore innovative and paradigm shifts in conventional theory and practice of multimedia techniques and applications. We seek to draw attention to methods that differ from the state of art in practice or theory and demonstrate potential for changed ways of thinking. More

Call for Workshop Proposals

ACM Multimedia 2011 Organization Committee invites active members of community to submit workshop proposals. The workshops should be “clearly focused” and facilitating active discussions and constructive interactions on current or emerging topics of interest. More

Call for Panels

ACM Multimedia 2011 invites proposals for panel sessions on timely and potentially controversial issues in the area of multimedia arts, authoring and production, human and social aspects, systems and economics. More

Call for Demos

As in previous years, ACM Multimedia will provide demonstration sessions. Demos are intended as real, practical, and interactive proof of the presenters’ research ideas and scientific or engineering contributions, with the goal of providing multimedia researchers and practitioners with the opportunity to discuss working multimedia systems, applications, prototypes, or proof-of-concepts. More

Call for Tutorials

Tutorials will address the state-of-the-art developments regarding all aspects of multimedia, and will be of interest to the entire multimedia community, from novices in the world of multimedia to the most seasoned researchers, from people working in academia to industry professionals. More

Call for Multimedia Grand Challenge Solutions

While we are still working on adding more challenges (and other surprises) to this page, we already want to encourage you to consider participation in the Grand Challenge. We encourage you to submit your contribution or solution to the ACM Multimedia 2011 Grand Challenge track. More

Call for Open Source Software Competition

The Open-Source Software Competition is an integral part of the ACM Multimedia program. The ACM Multimedia 2011 Open-Source Software Competition is the eighth running competition. More

Call for Papers for Doctoral Symposium

The ACM  Multimedia 2010 Doctoral Symposium will  provide PhD students working  in all  areas  of multimedia with  a  unique opportunity  to interact with  renowned and experienced researchers in the field, and discuss with them about their ongoing research. More

Call for Industrial Exhibits

This is the second year that ACM Multimedia includes an INDUSTRIAL EXHIBIT track that will showcase demonstrations of innovative multimedia related products, applications and services. This track is meant to provide an important venue for companies to demonstrate novel applications, as well as a major point of contact and cross-fertilization between research and industry. Please consider contributing a paper and demonstration to the Industrial Exhibit track. More

Call for Student Scholarship Applications

The ACM Multimedia conference is the main annual conference of ACM SIGMM. It provides a great opportunity for researchers to present their work, get acquainted with the work of others, and discuss with colleagues both junior and senior. To promote this form of cooperation, the SIG and its sponsor, the US National Science Foundation (NSF), make conference participation grants available for several students. More

ACM Multimedia 2011

Nov 28th - Dec 1st, 2011 Scottsdale, Arizona, USA

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