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  • Mailing Lists | acm sigcomm
    monthly digest To have your networking related conference listed in the digest send mail to infodir sigcomm at acm dot org before the first of the month In the subject include sigcomm to prevent it from being discarded as spam In the body include a digest formatted summary of your conference dates and url If your conference is not SIGCOMM sponsored or in cooperation or has not been listed in

    Original URL path: http://sigcomm.org/about/mailing-lists?destination=node%2F235 (2016-04-25)
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  • Elections | acm sigcomm
    term or term extension Appointed SIGCOMM Positions Position Term Conference Coordination Chair indefinite appointment during the appointing Chairman s term or term extension CCR Associate Editor indefinite appointment during the CCR Editor s term Award Committee Chair indefinite appointment during the appointing Chairman s term or term extension Nomination Procedures The SIGCOMM executive committee appoints a Nomination Chair usually one of either the current or past chairman as long as

    Original URL path: http://sigcomm.org/about/policies/elections/ (2016-04-25)
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  • CACM Research Highlights | acm sigcomm
    three top papers ranked on both technical merit and breadth of interest to the CACM readership and forward their selections within 2 months of the conference to the SIGCOMM Executive Committee The Sigcomm EC will review the submissions and forward an appropriate subset on to the CACM editors Thus the SIGCOMM EC will effectively function as the CACM nominating committee with the PC chairs of the abovementioned conferences taking initial responsibility for generating submissions to the EC The SIGCOMM EC minus people with conflicts of interest as discussed below will discuss via email and or conference call the candidate papers both those provided by conference PC chairs and by community candidates see below The committee may solicit input from outside experts on the merits of any candidate papers The committee will select for nomination to CACM those papers that will benefit from the broad exposure afforded by CACM taking into consideration the technical quality of the result the ability to summarize the results in an 8 page paper and the likely interest from computer scientists in other areas For each paper nominated the committee will send to CACM 1 a copy of the paper 2 a description of why the paper merits publication in CACM 1 2 page 3 a list of possible people to write the Technical Perspective 4 consent to the nomination from the authors and prospective technical perspective writers Community Candidates Community members not on the SIGCOMM EC may ask for papers to be considered by submitting to the EC a nominating proposal Such a proposal must summarize the contribution of the paper and explain why the paper is suitable for inclusion in the CACM research series Such a nominating proposal should be no more than a page in length Authors may not self nominate Proposals should

    Original URL path: http://sigcomm.org/about/policies/cacm-research-highlights/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Policies | acm sigcomm
    and policies of interest to officers and conference organizers FAQ Frequently Asked Questions In cooperation workshops attendance policies reviewing extended abstracts Bylaws SIGCOMM bylaws are kept by ACM Elections SIGCOMM Officer Terms of Office Nominations Elections Conference planning Information intended to guide in planning the annual SIGCOMM conference including discussions of policies and best practices Code of Conduct ACM s zero tolerance policy against harrasment at our events CACM Research

    Original URL path: http://sigcomm.org/about/policies?destination=node%2F250 (2016-04-25)
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  • SIGCOMM Planning: Conference Schedule (with deadlines) | acm sigcomm
    site with week s format conference chair review feedback from recent conference local arrangements chair select sites for events reception banquet student dinner select childcare provider tutorial workshop chairs determine deadline for tutorial and workshop proposals Oct prev calendar year web chair collect local info travel hotels etc as soon as available create template pages for workshops to use Nov prev calendar year web chair info on social events student dinner reception Dec prev calendar year web chair post list of selected workshops CFP for workshops student posters Jan local chair select vendor for bag promotional item select vendor for polo shirt identification item select sites for non budget dinners make reservations optimally this is when the final TMRF gets sent in for approval 8 months in advance can delay to Feb if needed to finalize contracts Mar web chair post list of tutorials tutorial descriptions publicity chair create advance program Adobe InDesign indd source file See also this link with some history on the AP Apr program chair send acceptance author kits to authors Demo chairs coordinate about indsutrial demo with indistrial board May web chair post student travel grant application post list of accepted papers add student award Sigcomm Award winner post workshop schedules list of papers as available publicity chair electronic mail postings 1 press release ads to mags newspapers program chair receive papers from authors order student paper award plaque local arrangements chair submit schedule of functions to hotel etc conference treasurer financial assessment more fundraising Jun web chair post content PS PDF abs of accepted papers post info for travel grants post registration info open registration local arrangements chair collect final room assignments for bookmark publications chair create bookmark doc file here start collecting info for final program from workshop chairs schedule local arrangements chair

    Original URL path: http://sigcomm.org/conference-planning/sigcomm-planning/conference-schedule-with-deadlines (2016-04-25)
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  • SIGCOMM Planning: Getting Started | acm sigcomm
    not lead The Chair may delegate some of this task to a vice chair if appointed The Chair should also plan to send in the preliminary TMRF as soon as possible to identify the parties involved in the meeting to the ACM as well as to get the event entered into the ACM s calendar Treasurer get a copy of the previous year s budget plan Technical Meeting Request Form or TMRF Plan to send in updates to the TMRF periodically The final TMRF with near final budget numbers including final fee schedules estimates for costs etc must go the ACM by early Spring of the year of the meeting Publicity Start gathering email list and check list posting policies end2end interest in particular Start preparing the initial call for papers which must be final about 4 weeks before the previous years Sigcomm event The purpose of that CFP is to announce the location and dates everything else everything including the submission date etc is subject to change e g when the final CFP comes out in early Fall Web Coordinate with the publicity chair to pick a logo for the conference and prepare a shadow website for the meeting The primary website is a conferences sigcomm org sigcomm XXXX this should be a copy of your local shadow site The Sigcomm site should NEVER point to the local site however Local Arrangements Start scouting locations and prepare a list of alternatives for consideration Do not discuss costs or contact venues for availability the ACM will do that Note that the budget does NOT provide for professional assistance with local arrangements Workshop Start preparing the call for workshop proposals this should be included in the initial call for papers Tutorial Decide whether tutorials will be offered and prepare the call

    Original URL path: http://sigcomm.org/conference-planning/sigcomm-planning/getting-started (2016-04-25)
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  • ACM Fellows | acm sigcomm
    2013 David Farber 2001 Domenico Ferrari 2001 Sally Floyd 2001 Lixin Gao 2012 Ramesh Govindan 2011 Albert Greenberg 2006 Roch Guerin 2006 Farnam Jahanian 2009 Raj Jain 1996 Frans Kaashoek 2004 Dina Katabi 2013 Robert E Kahn 2001 Stephen Kent 1998 Srinivasan Keshav 2012 Peter B Key 2011 John Klensin 2007 James Kurose 2001 Simon Lam 1998 Lawrence Landweber 1996 John C S Lui 2009 David Mills 1999 Paul Mockapetris

    Original URL path: http://sigcomm.org/awards/acm-fellows (2016-04-25)
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  • What does the EC do? | acm sigcomm
    the SIG is in cooperation with do not get financial support from the SIG but the SIG helps with publicity etc The EC decides which conferences and workshops the SIG will sponsor and which it will be in cooperation with The EC works to ensure appropriate conference and workshop content is in the ACM Digital Library The EC coordinates with the steering committees of the conferences it supports and it looks for opportunities to nurture new research areas and to expand participation geographically The EC acts as the Steering Committee for the annual conference To that end The EC runs the selection process for the conference venue It sets policy for geographic location solicits venue proposals in an open call and selects the conference venue Conference venue selection also entails selecting the conference organizers general chairs The EC oversees the conference budget and has ultimate responsibility for the long term interests of the conference The EC selects the Technical Program Chairs The EC sets standards and policies for technical aspects of the conference The EC responds to policy concerns as they arise codifies best current practices timelines and tasks for organization of the conference The EC oversees budgets Because the SIG is financially responsible for the conferences it sponsors the EC makes sure budgets are sound The EC oversees grants for specific purposes such as the GeoDiversity Travel Grants The EC sponsors awards and decides what awards the SIG will give The Awards Chair oversees the selection process for two major awards and also looks for opportunities to nominate SIGCOMM membership for other awards eg ACM awards ACM Fellows and IEEE awards The EC sponsors publications Computer Communication Review The EC appoints the CCR Editor and CCR is overseen generally by the EC The EC works to establish dialog within

    Original URL path: http://sigcomm.org/about/what-does-the-ec-do?destination=node%2F256 (2016-04-25)
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