[Elsnet-list] 2nd IAPMA Workshop - deadline 23rd February

Aiden Doherty aiden.doherty at dphpc.ox.ac.uk
Wed Jan 5 01:26:50 CET 2011

*** Apologies for any/multiple cross-postings ***

IAPMA2011 http://www.iapma2011.dcu.ie/
***submission deadline 23rd February***
accepting papers (max. 4 pages)

2nd workshop on Information Access for Personal Media Archives
(IAPMA2011) - http://www.iapma2011.dcu.ie/ held in conjunction with ECIR
2011, April 18-21, 2011, Dublin, Ireland

Important Dates
*** Submission of papers: Wednesday 23rd February, 2011 ***
Notification of acceptance: Monday 28th March, 2011
Camera ready papers: Monday 11th April, 2011
Workshop at ECIR : Monday 18th April, 2011

Towards e-Memories: challenges of capturing, summarising, presenting,
understanding, using, and retrieving relevant information from
heterogeneous data contained in personal media archives.

Following on from last year’s successful workshop – see proceedings at
http://doras.dcu.ie/15373/  or June 2010 SIGIR Forum report at
http://www.sigir.org/forum/2010J/2010j-sigirforum-gurrin.pdf -  we seek
to bring together researchers from diverse disciplines to exchange ideas
on how we can advance towards the goal of effective capture, retrieval
and exploration of e-memories. We are interested in the report of
current work including:

- Development of new sensing devices and technologies to capture novel
data of personal interest
- Algorithmic research
- User studies on the real-life benefits of efficiently accessing
personal media archives
- Position papers on the place of personal media archive research within
information retrieval
- Proposals for research strategies in this area

See http://www.iapma2011.dcu.ie/themes.html for more detailed
 Twitter - http://twitter.com/iapma2011

Author Information
Submissions for the workshop must follow the standard ACM double column
style guidelines. They shall be submitted in PDF format and not be
longer than48 pages. Papers will be submitted using the EasyChair
system, http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=iapma2011

All submitted papers will undergo a double-blind peer review process. At
least three reviewers from the PC members and external reviewers will
evaluate the submitted manuscripts.

Accepted papers will be published in the workshop proceedings together
with the proceedings of the ECIR 2011 conference. Based on the quality
of the manuscripts, selected papers may be invited to submit to a
special journal issue.

Program Committee
Yuki Arase (Microsoft Research)
Jenny Benois-Pineau (LABRI, Bordeau)
Kevin Curran (University of Ulster)
Chaminda De Silva (University of Tokyo)
Lothar Fritsch (Norwegian Computing Centre)
Jim Gemmell (Microsoft Research)
Fausto Giunchiglia (University of Trento)
Cathal Gurrin (Dublin City University)
Josef Hallberg (Luleå University of Technology)
Alex Hauptmann (Carnegie Mellon University)
Wilko Heuten (OFFIS, Oldenburg)
Jeremy John (British Library)
Vaiva Kalnikaitė (GE Digital Energy, Cambridge)
Birger Larsson (RSLIS, Copenhagen)
Siân Lindley (Microsoft Research)
Claire Lobet (University of Namur)
Tom Lunney (University of Ulster)
Daniela Petrelli (Sheffield Hallam University)
Mike Sinclair (Microsoft Research, Redmond)
Kristin Tolle (Microsoft Research)

Aiden R.Doherty (University of Oxford, UK)
Alan F. Smeaton (Dublin City University, Ireland)
Kiyoharu Aizawa (University of Toyko, Japan)
Kieron O'Hara (University of Southampton, UK)
Niamh Caprani (Publicity Chair: Dublin City University, Ireland)
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