Special Interest Groups
ACM's Special Interest Groups (SIGs) represent major areas of computing, addressing the interests of technical communities that drive innovation. SIGs offer a wealth of conferences, publications and activities focused on specific computing sub-disciplines. They enable members to share expertise, discovery and best practices.
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Chapters are the "local neighborhoods" of ACM. They serve as activity hubs for ACM members and the computing community at large, offering seminars, presentations, and opportunities to meet peers and experts in many computing fields.
ACM's Special Interest Group on Multimedia (SIGMM) has named Liqiang Nie of Shandong University the recipient of the 2020 Rising Star Award in multimedia computing, communications and applications for his significant contributions in data-driven multimodal learning and knowledge-guided multimodal reasoning. His research interests lie primarily in multimedia content analysis and search.
ACM's Special Interest Group on Multimedia (SIGMM) has named John R. Smith the recipient of its 2020 Outstanding Technical Contributions to Multimedia Computing, Communications and Applications Award in recognition of his outstanding and pioneering and continued research contributions to multimedia content analysis and retrieval and for outstanding and continued service to the multimedia community.
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In March 2020 ACM formed a Presidential Task Force (PTF) to help conference organizers transition their events to online. The PTF is working on a guide to offer practical advice and shed light on the largely unfamiliar territory of online conferencing.
The report, available here, includes pointers to a live document with additional resources. We welcome comments, suggestions and experience reports from the community.
Volunteer commitment and coordination is the foundation that makes an ACM conference successful. ACM provides a comprehensive planning guide with instructions and best practices to help create the best possible event.
Best Paper Awards are presented at many ACM conferences to authors whose work represents groundbreaking research in their respective areas. By recognizing these select papers for their ingenuity and importance, ACM highlights some of the theoretical and practical innovations that are likely to shape the future of computing.
Ensemble Prediction of Job Resources to Improve System Performance for Slurm-Based HPC Systems
By Mohammed Tanash, Huichen Yang, Daniel Andresen, William Hsu
Separability Problems in Creative Telescoping
By Shaoshi Chen, Ruyong Feng, Pingchuan Ma, Michael F. Singer
Parallel Minimum Cuts in O(m log2n) Work and Low Depth
By Daniel Anderson, Guy E. Blelloch