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© Ramesh Jain ACM Special Interest Group in Multimedia Systems (SigMultimedia)
© Ramesh Jain Mission SIGMM provides an international interdisciplinary forum for researchers, engineers, and practitioners in all aspects of multimedia computing, communication, storage and application.
© Ramesh Jain Membership Professi onal AffiliatesStudentsTotalRetention June 2001 410168250867.32 June 2002 358117244258.71 June 2003 37586544968.51 June 2004 388185946570.45 January 2005 382304846069.51
© Ramesh Jain Volunteer Development Many active people from different countries involved. Active volunteers trying to generate new activities in the field. New elections soon.
© Ramesh Jain Date AmountRequiredDiscretionary D/Member June'01 $131,649$27,182$104,467 $236 June'02 $131,979 $35,276$ 96,703 $218 June03 $150,066$41,548$108,518 $242 June04$187,724$50,034 $137,690 $296 Jan05 $150,551 Fund Balance
© Ramesh Jain Conferences ACM Multimedia: Yearly High quality conference – most prestigious About 300+ papers submitted; approx. 15% accepted NOSSDAV: Workshop on Network and Operating Systems Support for Digital Audio and Video Organized for last 14 years, and continues MM&Sec '04: Multimedia and Security Starting last year Multimedia Information Retrieval Will soon become a yearly workshop – independent of ACM Multimedia
© Ramesh Jain Member Benefits Receive ACM MM proceedings Access to all Workshop proceedings held with ACM MM through DL Access to Members Only areas of the Web Site. Updated website, becoming a big resource for members and community.
© Ramesh Jain SIG MULTIMEDIA AT SGB Have been a good citizen Regular in attendance Regular in submitting reports Building a strong volunteer base
© Ramesh Jain Conclusion We are in good shape. We are becoming more active and vibrant.
ACM Special Interest Group on Multimedia (SIGMM ) SIGMM Chair: Klara Nahrstedt SIGMM Vice-chair: Wolfgang Effelsberg SIGMM Conference Chair: Nevenka Dimitrova.
1 SIGSAC VIABILITY REVIEW Sushil Jajodia March 19, 2005.
1 SGB Meeting Monday, February 5, 2007 Viability Report Special Interest Group on Management Information Systems.
SIGAPP Viability Review Barrett Bryant, Chair SGB Meeting, August 13, 2005, Newark, NJ.
SIGCHI Officers: President * - Julie Jacko Past President* - Joe Konstan Executive Vice President * - Mary Czerwinski Vice President for Finance * - Fred.
2004 ACM SIG Governing Board SIGKDD Viability Review.
Special Interest Group on Information Technology Education Viability Han Reichgelt Chair.
SIGART Program Review Maria Gini. SIGART Financial Aspects Healthy financial situation (large surplus from AAMAS conferences). Made commitments to increase.
April 2005 UMBC Introduction to IEEE April 6, 2005 UMBC UMBC Computer Engineering Students Dr. Jeff Friedhoffer Past Baltimore Section Chair
SIGMM Business Meeting Klara Nahrstedt September, 26, 2007 ACM Multimedia, Augsburg, Germany, 2007.
Klara Nahrstedt (SIGMM Chair) Rainer Lienhart (SIGMM Vice Chair and Treasurer) Mohan Kankanhalli (SIGMM Conference Chair) Detailed SIGMM Report submitted.
Klara Nahrstedt (SIGMM Chair) Wolfgang Effelsberg (SIGMM Vice Chair and Treasurer) Nevenka Dimitrova (SIGMM Conference Chair) Detailed SIGMM Report submitted.
SIGGRAPH Finances Lost $2,800,000 last year – SIGGRAPH $1,900,000 (after ACM) – SA $530,000 + (startup costs) For FY 2011 are under required.
Performance of Hedges & Long Futures Positions in CBOT Corn Goodland, Kansas March 2, 2009 Daniel OBrien, Extension Ag Economist K-State Research and Extension.
Viability Review, July, 2007 ACM SIGEVO SIG on Genetic and Evolutionary Computation ACM SIGEVO SIG on Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Viability Review,
Preserve the best NIS scientific capabilities foster social & economic progress support international scientific collaboration for mutual benefit INTAS.
SIGMOBILE Viability Review David B. Johnson SIGMOBILE Chair cs.rice.edu August 2005 SGB Meeting.
Finances Organization Revenue $ 131,041$ 158,526 Expenses $ 94,639$ 118,411 Net $ 36,402$ 40,115 Conference (S-D 2003) Revenue $ 122,935$ 119,385 Expenses.
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