ACM MemberNet - March 31, 2022
Welcome to the March 2022 edition of ACM MemberNet, bringing you the world of ACM and beyond. Explore the many facets of ACM with our newsletter of member activities and events. Read past issues of MemberNet online at https://www.acm.org/membership/acm-membernet-archive.
March 31, 2022
- Jack Dongarra Receives 2021 ACM A.M. Turing Award
- Register for ACM's 75th Anniversary Celebration, June 10
- 2022 SIG Election Candidate Slate
- 2022 ACM SIGGRAPH Election Candidate Slate
- ACM, CSTA Announce 2021-2022 Cutler-Bell Prize Student Recipients
- ACM Award Nomination Submission Procedures
- Andrea Goldsmith Named 2022 SIGMOBILE Outstanding Contributions Awardee
- Best Paper Awards Given at Recent ACM SIG Conferences
CONFERENCES AND EVENTS
- EuroSys 2022, April 5 - 8
- CODASPY 2022, April 25 - 27
- SAC 2022, April 25 - 29
- WWW 2022, April 25 - 29
- CHI 2022, April 30 - May 5
- Become an Ambassador for ACM—You Could Be a Grand Prize Winner!
- Featured Member Benefit: Travel Discount Program
- ACM Academic Membership Option
- ACM and SocialCoder Team Up for Positive Impact through Computing
- ACM ByteCast
- Watch ACM TechTalks with ACM A.M. Turing Award Recipient Pat Hanrahan and Tamara Munzner; and US Memory Champion Chester Santos
ACM CAREER & JOB CENTER
- Informatics for All Releases Their Informatics Reference Framework for School
- Register for Webinar on Language and DEI from ACM Education Board’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Computing Education Task
- Upcoming ACM Student Research Competitions: Submission Deadlines
- ACM Scholarships for Women Computing Students to Attend Research Conferences
- Graduating Students Eligible for Special Transition Rate
DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS PROGRAM
- About the ACM Distinguished Speakers Program
- Featured ACM Distinguished Speaker: Joanna Isabelle Olszewska
- ACM, IEEE Computer Society Share Distinguished Speakers Programs
- ACM Queue Presents: "Persistence Programming: Are we doing this right?"
- New Journal: ACM Transactions on Recommender Systems Now Open for Submissions
- New Title from ACM Books: Probabilistic and Causal Inference: The Works of Judea Pearl
- ACM Signs New Open Access Publishing Agreements with Georgia Tech and Australian National University
- ACM Digital Library Adds Just Accepted Articles
ACM has named Jack J. Dongarra recipient of the 2021 ACM A.M. Turing Award for pioneering contributions to numerical algorithms and libraries that enabled high performance computational software to keep pace with exponential hardware improvements for over four decades.
Dongarra is a University Distinguished Professor of Computer Science in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at the University of Tennessee. He also holds appointments with Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the University of Manchester.
The ACM A.M. Turing Award, often referred to as the “Nobel Prize of Computing,” carries a $1 million prize, with financial support provided by Google, Inc. It is named for Alan M. Turing, the British mathematician who articulated the mathematical foundation and limits of computing.
“Today’s fastest supercomputers draw headlines in the media and excite public interest by performing mind-boggling feats of a quadrillion calculations in a second,” explains ACM President Gabriele Kotsis. “But beyond the understandable interest in new records being broken, high performance computing has been a major instrument of scientific discovery. HPC innovations have also spilled over into many different areas of computing and moved our entire field forward. Jack Dongarra played a central part in directing the successful trajectory of this field. His trailblazing work stretches back to 1979, and he remains one of the foremost and actively engaged leaders in the HPC community. His career certainly exemplifies the Turing Award’s recognition of ‘major contributions of lasting importance.’”
This year marks ACM’s 75th anniversary. To celebrate this milestone, ACM has organized a special one-day conference this June. ACM’s 75th Anniversary Celebration will truly be a memorable day of panels featuring world-leading scholars on topics central to the future of computing. Panelists will imagine what might be next for technology and society in the years to come.
- Balancing Trust and Risk – As computing becomes increasingly integral to society — for public services platforms, financial systems and decisions, resource allocations policy decisions and more — how do we foster trust and manage risk?
- Human-Centered AI – How are we building AI so that it is human-centered?
- Incentives and Markets – We consider the intentional and unintentional incentives implicit in computing platforms and AI. What can we as computer scientists do to address these technically, and what must be addressed normatively or with regulation?
- Connecting Everyone Everywhere All the Time: What Could Possibly Go Wrong? – What are the computational and societal opportunities and challenges posed by tera-scale networks of people, services, devices, and data as the world’s population and infrastructure become more fully connected?
- Global Impact – How are computer scientists addressing some of the world’s most urgent challenges, from medicine and life sciences to climate change and human trafficking?
ACM’s 75th Anniversary Celebration will take place at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco on June 10, 2022 from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM PDT. There will be a reception following the panels.
The conference will be free and open to members, but registration is required. Space is limited, so reserve your spot today. Visit the event webpage, where you will find registration information.
In accordance with ACM Bylaw 6, the following SIGs will hold elections in April 2022: SIGCSE, SIGHPC, SIGIR, and SIGLOG.
ACM's Policy and Procedure on SIG Elections requires that those SIGs holding elections notify their membership of candidates for elected offices. To see the slate of candidates, please visit the 2022 ACM SIG Elections site.
The ACM SIGGRAPH Nominating Committee has proposed the following candidates for the 2022 ACM SIGGRAPH election which will commence on 15 June 2022:
Mona Kasra, University of Virginia
Derek Ham, NC State University
Victor Zordan, Clemson University
Shimin Hu, Tsinghua University
Eakta Jain, University of Florida
Victoria Rege, DataRobot
In accordance with the ACM SIGGRAPH Bylaws, additional candidates may be placed on the ballot by petition. All candidates must be ACM Professional Members as well as members of ACM SIGGRAPH. Anyone interested in petitioning must inform ACM Headquarters, Pat Ryan ([email protected]), of their intent to petition by 15 April 2022. Petitions must be submitted to ACM Headquarters for verification by 30 April 2022.
The Nominating Committee
Thierry Frey, Chair
ACM and the Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) have announced the recipients of the 2021-2022 Cutler-Bell Prize in High School Computing. Four high school students were selected from among a pool of graduating high school seniors throughout the US who applied for the award by submitting a project or artifact that engages modern technology and computer science. A panel of judges selected the recipients based on the ingenuity, complexity, relevancy and originality of their projects.
The Cutler-Bell Prize promotes the field of computer science and empowers students to pursue computing challenges beyond the traditional classroom environment. In 2015, David Cutler and Gordon Bell established the award. Cutler is a software engineer, designer, and developer of several operating systems at Digital Equipment Corporation. Bell, an electrical engineer, is researcher emeritus at Microsoft Research.
The recipients are Harshal Bharatia, Plano Senior High School, Plano, Texas; Yash Narayan, The Nueva School, San Mateo, California; Shoumik Roychowdhury, Westwood High School, Austin, Texas; and Hiya Shah, Amador Valley High School, Pleasanton, California. The winning projects illustrate the diverse applications being developed by the next generation of computer scientists.
Each Cutler-Bell Prize recipient receives a $10,000 cash prize. This year’s recipients will be formally recognized at the Computer Science Teachers Association's annual conference, July 14–17 in Chicago.
Each year, ACM recognizes technical and professional achievements within the computing and information technology community through its celebrated Awards Program. ACM welcomes nominations for candidates whose work exemplifies the best and most influential contributions to our community, and society at large. ACM's award committees evaluate the contributions of candidates for various awards that span a spectrum of professional and technological accomplishments.
Please take a moment to consider those individuals in your community who may be suitable for nomination. Refer to the award nominations page for nomination guidelines and the complete listing of Award Subcommittee Chairs and Members.
The deadline for nominations for the main awards has passed. Other deadlines: Gordon Bell Prize, April 15; ACM-IEEE CS George Michael Memorial HPC Fellowship, May 1; ACM-IEEE CS Ken Kennedy Award, June 1.
The Senior Member advanced grade of membership recognizes ACM members with at least 10 years of professional experience and at least 5 years of Professional Membership in the last 10 years, who have demonstrated performance through technical leadership, and technical or professional contributions. Nominations are accepted on a quarterly basis. The deadline for nominations is June 3.
ACM's Special Interest Groups (SIGs) regularly cite outstanding individuals for their contributions in 38 distinct technological fields. Some awards presented (or to be presented) at conferences:
Andrea Goldsmith has been named recipient of the 2022 SIGMOBILE Outstanding Contributions Award for outstanding contributions to multi-antenna wireless communications through fundamental research, successful entrepreneurship, and inspired leadership.
- IUI 2022 Best Paper Awards
- CHIIR 2022 Best Paper Awards
- SIGCSE 2022 Best Paper Awards
- FPGA 2022 Best Paper Award
The SIGCSE Board invites applications for the next round of SIGCSE Special Project Grants. Special Project Grants of up to US $5,000 are awarded each year to support projects that will bring some clear benefit to the computing education community in the form of new knowledge, developing or sharing of a resource, or good practice in learning, teaching, or assessment.
For details of the Special Project Grants program and the application process and to view the range of projects that have been funded in previous rounds, see https://sigcse.org/programs/special/. The deadline for this round is May 15.
SIGSOFT has introduced the ACM SIGSOFT Blog on Medium as a way to enhance the communication between the SIGSOFT EC and the software engineering community, and to create a sense of community within SIGSOFT. They plan to use the blog to publicize software engineering and SIGSOFT activities to the outside world.
CONFERENCES AND EVENTS
The EuroSys conference is a premier forum for discussing various issues of systems software research and development, including implications related to hardware and applications. The conference brings together professionals from academia and industry. It has a strong focus on systems research and development: operating systems, database systems, real-time systems, networked systems, storage systems, middleware, distributed, parallel, or embedded computing systems. This year's conference will be held in Rennes, France.
The ACM Special Interest Group on Security, Audit and Control's Conference on Data and Application Security and Privacy will feature co-located workshops on Security and Privacy Analytics; and Secure and Trustworthy Cyber-Physical Systems. Panels will address "Security and Privacy for Emerging IoT and CPS Domains" and "Enforcement of Laws and Privacy Preferences in Modern Computing Systems." Haya Shulman (Fraunhofer Institute for Secure Information Technology) and Catherine Meadows (Naval Research Laboratory) will deliver keynotes.
The ACM/SIGAPP Symposium On Applied Computing gathers computing professionals engaged in the development of new computing applications. Tracks will cover Cloud Computing; Cyber-Physical Systems; Health Informatics and Bioinformatics; Intelligent Robotics and Multi-Agent Systems; Knowledge Graphs; Machine Learning and Its Applications; Social Network and Media Analysis; and much more. Chang-Tien Lu of Virginia Tech will deliver the keynote lecture. The conference will be held virtually this year.
The Web Conference (formerly known as International World Wide Web Conference, abbreviated as WWW) is an annual international academic conference on the topic of the future direction of the World Wide Web. The ACM Web Conference 2022 will be held online hosted by Lyon, France. It will offer a high-quality program made of research sessions, posters and demonstrations, workshops, tutorials, a developers track for the practitioners as well as thought provoking keynote speakers, controversial but entertaining panels and co-located special events.
The ACM Conference on Human-Computer Interaction will include workshops on automation in the workplace; an HCI system for space exploration; disability design in low-resource settings; HCI design for aging populations; dark patterns; migration and mobility in HCI; human aspects of online misinformation; and much more. This year's program will feature a SIGCHI@40 Plenary Panel and keynote speaker Payal Arora of Erasmus University Rotterdam. CHI 2022 is structured as a Hybrid-Onsite full conference in New Orleans, LA.
By Adam Eisgrau, ACM Director of Global Policy and Public Affairs
A working group of USTPC AI & Algorithms Subcommittee members led by Chair Jeanna Matthews commended the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) early this month on its project to update the National Artificial Intelligence R&D Strategic Plan last modified in 2019. In brief Comments (on the agency’s Request for Information in this proceeding), USTPC also endorsed all eight of NIST's enumerated strategies for doing so but particularly underscored its support for strategies 3 and 4: "understand and address the ethical, legal, and societal implications of AI" and “ensure the safety and security of AI systems."
USTPC’s filing also:
- recommended "that the Strategic Plan adopt the broadest possible definition of artificial intelligence to include, specifically, automated or algorithmic decision-making systems more broadly";
- encouraged "revision of the current plan to rank tiers of systems based on the critical nature of their impact on individuals and society and to hold systems classified in higher tiers are held to proportionately higher standards of verification and validation, testing, documentation and explanation"; and
- referred NIST to (and attached) the Statement on Algorithmic Transparency and Accountability jointly endorsed by USTPC and the Europe Technology Policy Committee in 2017.
USTPC's latest filing builds on work done with the Computing Research Association in 2018 to provide NIST with input on revision of the 2016 National Artificial Intelligence R&D Strategic Plan. Contributors also included Committee members L. Jean Camp, Charalampos Chelmis, Thomas Chen, Carlos Jiménez, Arnon Rosenthal, Ben Schneiderman, and Kenneth Zhang.
The Ambassadors for ACM program rewards ACM members like you for encouraging new members to join. Your first-hand experience with ACM's valuable career development and continuous learning programs makes you a perfect envoy to share your ACM experiences with prospective members. The Ambassadors for ACM program offers opportunities for you to earn new prizes, rewards and bonus gifts with each referral. Submit the ACM Referral Form, and your referrals can join ACM at a special discount rate. Our members are our greatest asset. Your support of ACM is critical to our continuing efforts to advance computing as a science and a profession. Please consider becoming an Ambassador for ACM.
Revenge Travel! A sense of wanderlust has been building…it’s only natural we want to explore new places after so much time at home. ACM is pleased to offer exclusive hotel, car rental and entertainment discounts to our members through Local Hospitality. Save time and money on your next trip by visiting the ACM Travel Discount Program page.
The ACM Academic Department Membership option allows universities and colleges to provide ACM Professional Membership to their faculty at a greatly reduced collective cost. ACM offers a membership for academic department faculty at the cost of $49 per person, more than half off the standard ACM professional membership fee of $99 per year. Through this program, each faculty member will receive all the benefits of individual professional ACM membership, including Communications of the ACM, member rates to ACM Special Interest Group conferences, member subscription rates to ACM journals, and much more. To learn more, visit the ACM Academic Department Membership page or contact Cindy Ryan.
ACM ByteCast is ACM's series of podcast interviews with researchers, practitioners, and innovators who are at the intersection of computing research and practice. In each episode, guests share their experiences, the lessons they've learned, and their visions for the future of computing. The latest episodes features David Heinemeier Hansson, cofounder and CTO of Basecamp and the creator of the open-source web framework Ruby on Rails; ACM Grace Murray Hopper Award recipient Amanda Randles, the Alfred Winborne and Victoria Stover Mordecai Assistant Professor of Biomedical Sciences at Duke University’s Department of Biomedical Engineering; and Jelani Nelson, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and a member of the Theory Group at the University of California, Berkeley and a Research Scientist at Google.
Listen here, or wherever you get your podcasts.
Watch ACM TechTalks with ACM A.M. Turing Award Recipient Pat Hanrahan and Tamara Munzner; and US Memory Champion Chester Santos
Watch the ACM TechTalk, Visual Data Analysis: Why? When? How?, recently presented by Pat Hanrahan, CANON Professor of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering at Stanford University and Tamara Munzner, Professor of Computer Science at the University of British Columbia. Learn more about this topic on ACM's Discourse Page.
Register now for the upcoming ACM TechTalk, Instant Memory Training for Tech Success - The ABCs and 123s for Developing a Powerful Memory, to be presented on April 14 by Chester Santos, the International Man of Memory. Leave your questions on ACM's Discourse Page.
Visit the TechTalks Archive for our full archive of past TechTalks.
ACM CAREER & JOB CENTER
Connecting with the right employers in computing can be a daunting task. Thankfully, the world's leading companies, colleges and universities come to the ACM Career & Job Center to find the best candidates. By creating an account on the ACM Career and Job Center, you'll gain access to a wide range of tools to help you find the perfect job:
- Finding a Job - Use the job search tools to find a job that matches your search criteria.
- Create and Manage Email Alerts - Stay on top of the latest job openings. Receive an email when new jobs match your search criteria.
- Create/Post Resumes - Get noticed by employers. Create or upload a resume with our easy-to-use tools so employer can get in touch with you.
- View Saved Jobs - Save jobs that interest you, add notes, share with friends, and track your applies to keep on top of your job search.
For any assistance with the ACM Career and Job Center, please contact ACM's Advertising Sales Manager, Ilia Rodriguez.
The Informatics for All coalition recently released their Informatics Reference Framework for School. The new report advances informatics as a fundamental discipline for the 21st century, while also indicating how informatics may become a driver for renewal and innovation of other disciplines. The Framework is designed to help schools develop their informatics curricula and includes a set of core topic areas with their associated practices that all students are expected to be competent in by the end of their upper secondary education (age 18 years).
The report maintains that a common European vision of informatics with a minimum set of high-level requirements is a cornerstone of efforts to extend across national borders and participate in the global economy as a unified entity. At the same time, the Framework is deliberately flexible and short, and is designed to leave space for educators to develop curricula attuned to their own culture and needs. The authors intend for the Framework to be viewed as a high-level document which will stimulate ideas.
Register for Webinar on Language and DEI from ACM Education Board’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Computing Education Task Force, April 20
Join a panel conversation on April 20 with Nicki Washington, Professor of the Practice of Computer Science and Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies at Duke University and Tiffani L. Williams, a Teaching Professor and Director of Onramp Programs in the Department of Computer Science, and a Dean’s Fellow in Inclusion, Belonging, and Engagement in the Grainger College of Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
The discussion will be moderated by Fay Cobb Payton, Chief Programs Officer at the Kapor Center and Co-Chair of the ACM Education Board’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Computing Education Task Force (DEI-CE).
ACM Student Research Competitions (SRCs) offer a unique forum for undergraduate and graduate students to present their original research at well-known ACM sponsored and co-sponsored conferences before a panel of judges and attendees. The most recent SRC winners presented at POPL 2022. The next conferences accepting submissions are:
- SC 2022, November 13 - 18, deadline August 5
- ASE 2022, September 26 - October 1, deadline July 22
- SIGGRAPH 2022, August 8 - 11, deadline April 26
The ACM Community of Support for Women in Computing (ACM-W) provides support for women undergraduate or graduate students in computer science and related programs who wish to attend research conferences. This exposure to the computer science research world can encourage a student to continue on to the next level (Undergraduate to Graduate, Masters to Ph.D., Ph.D. to an industry or academic position). For application form, notification dates and more information, please visit the scholarships page.
ACM offers a special ACM Professional Membership for $49 USD (regularly $99) to help graduating students make the transition to professional careers, and take advantage of continuous learning opportunities, including free online books and courses and access to ACM's Career & Job Center. This one-year-only transition rate includes all the benefits of Professional Membership plus the option of purchasing a Digital Library subscription for $50. Recent graduates can access this special transition offer through ACM's convenient online renewal form, or by following the instructions on the paper renewal form. For more information, visit the Reasons to Transition to Professional Membership page.
DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS PROGRAM
Book the speaker for your next event through the ACM Distinguished Speakers Program (DSP) and deliver compelling and insightful content to your audience. ACM will cover the cost of transportation for the speaker to travel to your event. Our program features renowned thought leaders in academia, industry and government speaking about the most important topics in the computing and IT world today. Our booking process is simple and convenient.
See ACM Distinguished Speakers in action on our Flickr page.
Joanna Isabelle Olszewska is a British Computer Scientist, and is an Assistant Professor (Lecturer) with the University of the West of Scotland where she leads research in Algorithms and Softwares for Intelligent Vision Systems. Joanna is a member of the IEEE Global Initiative for Ethical Considerations in Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems. She has given talks at conferences such as ICRA and at events such as EPSRC/BMVA Technical Days and DDD Scotland. She has been TPC member of over 80 international conferences such as IJCAI and chaired over 60 conference/workshop sessions. Joanna holds several awards, including the Silver Medal for her taught lectures on the Moodle e-learning platform, and she has authored more than 70 peer-reviewed publications.
For more information about Joanna, please visit her DSP speaker information page.
IEEE-CS and ACM are sharing their invited speaker programs, to further the dissemination of technical knowledge of computing fields that greatly benefit both memberships. IEEE-CS chapter volunteers can host a speaker from ACM's Distinguished Speakers Program (DSP), with access to top technology leaders and innovators from nearly every sector of the computing industry, by following the instructions on the DSP site. Make sure you identify yourself as an IEEE Computer Society Chapter.
IEEE-CS provides a popular offering of first-quality speakers serving its professional and student chapters. The Distinguished Visitors Program (DVP) owes its success to the many volunteers and staff members of the Computer Society who generously contribute their time and talent. Organizers of an ACM chapter, conference, or event can host a speaker from IEEE-CS's DVP by following the instructions on the DVP site. Make sure you identify yourself as an ACM chapter or event.
Chapters are the "local neighborhoods" of ACM. The regional ACM Professional, Student, ACM-W, and Special Interest Group (SIG) chapters around the globe involve members locally in competitions, seminars, lectures, workshops, and networking opportunities. ACM welcomes new chapters that were chartered February 17 through March 22, 2022:
ACM Student Chapters:
- BMSCE ACM Student Chapter, Bengaluru, India
- CUST ACM Student Chapter, Islamabad, Pakistan
- GEU ACM-W Student Chapter, Dehradun, India
- JSPM RSCOE ACM Student Chapter, Pune, India
- KIET ACM Student Chapter, Ghaziabad, India
- NUML ACM Student Chapter, Islamabad, Pakistan
- Sathyabama Institute ACM-W Student Chapter, Chennai, India
- Southwestern College ACM Student Chapter, Winfield, KS, USA
- UET Lahore ACM Student Chapter, Lahore, Pakistan
- University of Victoria ACM Student Chapter, Victoria, BC, Canada
By highlighting successful technical women who are leading diverse careers in the technology industry, ACM-W’s webinar series, “Celebrating Technology Leaders,” aims to inform students and early-career professionals about the multitude of career options open to them. Episodes have featured machine learning careers, tech returnships, tech entrepreneurship, UI/UX, data science, robotics, and cybersecurity. To watch the recorded webinars, visit the YouTube playlist.
Did you know that ACM-W offers a general email distribution list for its members? This ACM-W public list is a communication channel for disseminating general information about ACM-W, bulletins and upcoming events. To join the list, visit: http://signup.acm.org/listserv_index.cfm?ln=ACM-W-PUBLIC. Also read the ACM-W Connections newsletter for updates on ACM-W programs: local celebrations, scholarships and awards, chapters, and more.
Most software applications require persistence programming of some kind, but what exactly is it? Data is persistent if it can be read by a completely different invocation of your program or by a completely different program. Historically, persistence programming has been driven from the database side, limiting programmers' options. Redefining the database as just a sorted key/value store creates more room for innovation from the programming-language side. In this article, Archie L. Cobbs describes the development of Permazen, an open-source project to investigate and prototype these ideas.
ACM Transactions on Recommender Systems (TORS) will publish high quality papers that address various aspects of recommender systems research, from algorithms to the user experience, to questions of the impact and value of such systems. The journal takes a holistic view on the field and calls for contributions from different subfields of computer science and information systems, such as machine learning, data mining, information retrieval, web-based systems, data science and big data, and human-computer interaction. The new quarterly journal is now accepting submissions. Read the ACM news release.
Probabilistic and Causal Inference: The Works of Judea Pearl contains the original articles that led to Pearl's 2011 A.M. Turing Award, divided into four parts: heuristic search, probabilistic reasoning, causality, first period (1988–2001), and causality, recent period (2002–2020). Each of these parts starts with an introduction written by Pearl. The volume also contains original, contributed articles by leading researchers that analyze, extend, or assess the influence of Pearl’s work in different fields.
ACM Signs New Open Access Publishing Agreement with Georgia Institute of Technology and Australian National University
ACM is pleased to announce it has recently signed a new five-year “read and publish” ACM Open license with Georgia Tech, one of its top five publishing institutions worldwide. ACM has also signed a new three-year ACM Open agreement with Australian National University (ANU). Along with unlimited access to ACM published content in the ACM Digital Library, the new agreements will allow all Georgia Tech and ANU corresponding authors to publish an unlimited number of ACM research articles Open Access, along with other benefits.
ACM Open is ACM's transformative open access publishing model for transitioning ACM to become a sustainable open access publisher with the goal of making research publications in the ACM Digital Library fully open access upon publication.
Just Accepted Articles are now rolling out for all ACM Journals in the ACM Digital Library. The Author’s Accepted Manuscript (AAM) has gone through peer review and precedes any minor corrections or typesetting completed by Production for the journal. The AAM is made available just after acceptance and can be found under the "Just Accepted" tab on all the ACM Journal landing pages in the ACM DL (e.g. dl.acm.org/csur) and is included in search results. This AAM carries the article's permanent DOI and can be cited immediately. Once the "Version of Record" becomes available, and is assigned to its proper issue, the ACM Digital Library will be updated accordingly.
To mark the 75th anniversary of ACM, we’re celebrating pivotal moments from ACM’s history through a variety of social media campaigns. We’re posting polls about milestones during ACM’s development, snippets of historical videos from major events, posts featuring interesting articles from the inaugural issues of ACM’s journals, magazines and proceedings, and outtakes from Q&As with ACM’s former presidents. We invite you to follow ACM’s social media channels and to share your stories about ACM using the hashtag, #75YearsofACM.
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