SIGMETRICS - Measurement and Evaluation
SIGMETRICS Achievement Award
For long-lasting influential contributions to the theory and/or practice of computer/communication system performance evaluation. The contributions may be theoretical advances that have influenced the techniques used to evaluate computer system performance, techniques and/or software tools that have been widely used to evaluate system performance, and/or innovative applications of performance evaluation techniques that have had impact on the design of significant computer/communication systems. The award includes a plaque, a $2000 award, as well as expenses for travel to the ACM SIGMETRICS annual conference, where the award is presented. The recipient is also invited to give a technical talk at the conference.
Kenneth C. Sevcik Outstanding Student Paper Award
Awarded to an outstanding paper presented at the annual SIGMETRICS conference.
SIGMETRICS Rising Star Researcher Award
This award recognizes a rising star in the community who demonstrates outstanding potential in research in the field of computer and communication performance. The award, granted annually, includes a plaque and travel honorarium for the SIGMETRICS conference.
SIGMETRICS Test of Time Paper Award
This award recognizes a paper published 10 to 12 years in the past in ACM SIGMETRICS conference proceedings based on the criterion of identifying the paper that has had the most impact. The prize includes a plaque and $1000 honorarium.
The first ACM Multimedia Asia conference is a newly established international conference to showcase the scientific achievements and industrial innovations in the multimedia field. The program includes technical sessions covering all aspects of multimedia in oral and poster presentations, tutorials, panels, demonstrations, workshops, doctoral symposium and grand challenge competitions, including a multimodal video recognition challenge.
The ACM/IFIP Middleware Conference is a major forum for the discussion of innovations and recent scientific advances of middleware systems. Workshops on Distributed Infrastructures for Deep Learning; Scalable and Resilient Infrastructures for Distributed Ledgers; Serverless Computing; and more will be included. Keynote speakers are Brian Cooper (Google), Monica Lam (Stanford University) and Ion Stoica (UC Berkeley).