1st Spring School on Social Media Retrieval (S3MR)

. Sunday, November 08, 2009
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DEADLINE: November 17, 2009.

Multimedia content has become ubiquitous on the web, creating new challenges for indexing, access, search and retrieval. At the same time, much of this content is made available on content sharing websites like YouTube or Flickr, or shared on social networks like Facebook. In such environments, the content is usually accompanied with metadata, tags, ratings, comments, information about the uploader and their social network, etc.

Analysis of these "social media" shows a great potential in improving the performance of traditional multimedia information analysis/retrieval approaches by bridging the semantic gap between the "objective" multimedia content analysis and "subjective" users' needs and impressions. The integration of these aspects however is non-trivial and has created a vibrant, interdisciplinary field of research.

The Spring School on Social Media Retrieval aims at bringing together young researchers from neighboring disciplines, offering

(1) lectures delivered by experts from academy and industry providing a clear and in-depth summary of state-of-the-art research in social media retrieval,

(2) collaborative projects in small groups providing hands-on experience on integrative work on selected problems from the field.


* Content distribution over social/peer-to-peer networks
* Multimedia content analysis
* Automatic multimedia annotation/tagging
* Multimedia indexing/search/retrieval
* Implicit media tagging
* Social data analysis
* Collaborative tagging

Confirmed lecturers:

-Susanne Boll, Carl von Ossietzky Universität, Oldenburg, Germany , http://medien.informatik.uni-oldenburg.de/personen/susanne_boll/
-Roelof van Zwol, Yahoo Research, Barcelona, Spain, http://research.yahoo.com/Roelof_van_Zwol
-Ciro Cattuto, ISI Foundation, Turino, Italy, http://isiosf.isi.it/~cattuto/

for more information and also for subscription please visit our webpage: http://www.petamedia.eu/s3mr/


Research Papers said...

Many institutions limit access to their online information. Making this information available will be an asset to all.

J Collins said...

Hi JoSeK,

Sorry to contact you using a comment, but I couldn't find any other way.

Anyways, you may find the stuff we've been working on fairly interesting. We're enabling new "data mining in the cloud" scenarios. See http://www.data-applied.com.

We just launched and received an interesting review on the New York Times' web site "Ex-Microsofties Launch $500 'Meaning Machine' For Large Data Sets":

Sorry again for contacting you this way!

JoSeK said...

Don't worry, a comment is a good place to contact :) It's a really interesting project, I'll write about it very soon ;)

P.D: If you need to contact me any other time, you can use my e-mail: josecarlos(dot)cortizo(at)uem(dot)es