InCooperation TMRF

Conference Manual Section 1.3.1
Welcome to our New Online Event Submission System!

Effective May 5, 2009, ACM will accept InCooperation Technical Meeting Request Forms [InCoop TMRF] via web submission.

You may access the online form via the link below:

http://cms.acm.org/incoop/cms_incoop.cfm

InCooperation Event TMRF Guidelines:

http://www.acm.org/sigs/volunteer_resources/conference_manual/1-3incop

Please note, the following SIGs have individual requirements for approving in cooperation events. Please check their websites to make sure your event meets their guidelines before submitting the TMRF:

SIGCSE - http://sigcse.org/about/policies/cooperation

SIGPLAN - http://www.sigplan.org/Resources/Proposals/Cooperated

SIGMOD - http://www.sigmod.org/sigmod/sigmodinfo/incoop.html

SIGMOBILE -  http://www.sigmobile.org/events/how.html

SIGCOMM - http://www.sigcomm.org/about/conference/in-cooperation-conference-guidelines/

SIGMETRICS - http://www.sigmetrics.org/policy_incooperation.shtml

SIGHPC - http://sighpc.org/collaborate/

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