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Presenting your TOIS paper at a SIGIR-sponsored conference (SIGIR, CHIIR, or ICTIR)

The SIGIR Executive Committee has decided to forge closer ties between ACM Transactions on Information Systems (TOIS), which is the “house journal” of SIGIR and the SIGIR-sponsored conferences: SIGIR, CHIIR, and ICTIR. We are excited to announce that authors of papers published in TOIS will be invited to present the work at one of the SIGIR-sponsored conferences.

For more detail, please see:

ACM SIGIR Anti-Harassment Policy

ACM SIGIR is introducing an Anti-Harassment Policy. ACM SIGIR is dedicated to providing a harassment-free experience for participants at our events and in our programs. Conference attendees or people interested in attending SIGIR events can read more about the SIGIR’s Anti-Harassment Policy here.

Call for Students to Represent SIGIR at the 50 Years of the ACM Turing Award Celebration (Deadline: December 23)

The ACM Turing Award, the most prestigious technical award in the field of computing (often referred to as the “Nobel Prize of computing”), is turning 50!

The ACM is throwing a big birthday celebration June 23-24, 2017 at the Westin St.Francis in San Francisco, California ( Watch this video to learn more about the award and event, which includes commentary from many past recipients: .

SIGIR is an event sponsor and as part of our sponsorship, we are sending 10 student delegates to the celebration.  Those selected will receive travel grants of approximately $1000-2000USD to attend the celebration.

To apply, please visit: .

You must be a SIGIR (ACM) student member to be eligible for the award. The application form requires a budget with estimated travel and lodging expenses.

The application period closes at 11:59pm eastern time on Dec 23, 2016.  Notifications will be sent on December 31, 2016.

We hope all SIGIR members will consider attending this historic event and being part of the celebration!