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Webinar on Social Media Processing

Good News! Online webinar will be established for IEEE Signal Processing Society Seasonal School on “Social Media Processing”,

which will be held at University of Technology, Sydney, Australia. For more details, please visit the seasonal school website.

The Seasonal School on Social Media Processing is sponsored by the IEEE Signal Processing Society Seasonal Schools in Signal Processing (S3P) Program under the auspices of the IEEE SPS Multimedia Signal Processing Technical Committee (MMSP TC) in coordination with the IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo (ICME), 9th – 12th  July 2012. The  Seasonal School aims to provide a comprehensive

overview of recent advances in this emerging research field, to provide graduate students, early stage researchers and practitioners a platform to interact with international and local researchers, and to engage local chapters in membership development and educational activities.  This seasonal school will cover the following topics in social media processing:

1) multimedia social network analysis and user behavior modeling;
2) multimedia data mining and retrieval in social context;
3) multimedia communication and networking in social context; and
4) trust, privacy and security in social networks.

For details, please visit http://www.icme2012.org/S3P

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