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CFParticipation - MIR 2010 - International Conference on Multimedia Information Retrieval

Title: CFParticipation - MIR 2010 - International Conference on Multimedia Information Retrieval
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                               ACM SIGMM International Conference on
                                       Multimedia Information Retrieval

                                                      ACM MIR-2010
                                                      Call for Participation

                                    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

                                                  March 29-31, 2010


Call for Participation

Early registration period finishes February 5th 2010

Multimedia information retrieval is a cross-cutting field. Extending
beyond the borders of culture, art, and science, the search for digital
information is one of the major challenges of our time. Digital libraries,
bio-computing & medical science, the Internet and social networking sites,
streaming video, multimedia databases, cultural heritage collections and
P2P networks have created a worldwide need for new paradigms and techniques
on how to browse, search and summarize multimedia collections and more
generally how to afford efficient multimedia content consumption.

The 11th ACM International Conference on Multimedia Information Retrieval
(MIR) is the premier scientific meeting for discussing the latest advances
in the area of multimedia retrieval. MIR 2010 is on its second year as a
full ACM conference, following nine successful years as a workshop held in
conjunction with the ACM Multimedia Conference. The growth of MIR is a result
the growing importance of multimedia content in our lives.

You can find the preliminary program here:

Keynote and invited talks

Academic Keynote (on Day 1)

Bio-Image Informatics: Advances and Challenges
B. S. Manjunath, Professor, University of California, Santa Barbara

Industrial Leadership Invited Speaker Session (on Day 2)

Multimedia Processing for Advanced Content Services
Behzad Shahraray, Executive Director, Video and Multimedia Technologies Research, AT&T Labs

Semantic Understanding of Geotagged Pictures
Dhiraj Joshi, Research Scientist, Intelligent Systems Group, Eastman Kodak Research Labs

Next Generation Map Making: Automation from Mobile Data Collection
Alwar Narayanan, Director of Research and Emerging Technologies, NAVTEQ Corporation.

Banquet Speech (on Day 2)

Alberto Del Bimbo, University of Florence, Italy

Invited Speakers Session (on Day 3)

Implementing a Content-Based Public-Oriented Audio and Video News Retrieval System
Gregory Grefenstette, Chief Science Officer, Exalead

Recovering the Past through Computation - New Techniques for Cultural Heritage
Stephen M. Griffin, Program Director, National Science Foundation

Special Sessions

Oral Session 1: Multi-Modal Music Information Retrieval
Organizers: D. Ellis, Y. Kim, D. Turnbull

Oral Session 2: Statistical Modeling and Learning for Multimedia
Organizers: J. Li, G. Michailidis

Oral Session 3: Medical Multimedia Retrieval
Organizers: Yu Cao, Henning Muller

Poster Session 1: Processing Data Streams from Body Sensor Networks
Organizers: B. Prabhakaran, D. S. Turaga

Poster Session 2: Multimedia Retrieval in Networked Communities
Organizers: N. Ramzan, M. Larson, F. Dufaux, K. Cluver

Poster Session 3: MIRFLICKR Evaluation: The Challenge of Visual Concept Detection
Organizers: M. Huiskes, M. S. Lew

Panel Session

The role of "hypes" in the multimedia search and retrieval research

Alan Hanjalic, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

Nuria Oliver Ramirez, Telefonica, Spain
Apostol Natsev, IBM Research
Alberto del Bimbo, University of Florence, Italy
Michael Lew, Leiden University, The Netherlands