An article on “Person-centered multimedia computing: A new paradigm inspired by assistive and rehabilitative applications” earned the Fulton Schools and ASU an award from IEEE MultiMedia, a journal dedicated to the multimedia research field.

ASU Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development Executive Vice President and Professor Sethuraman “Panch” Panchanathan, Assistant Research Professor Shayok Chakraborty, Assistant Research Professor Troy McDaniel and computer science graduate student Ramin Tadayon won the 2017 IEEE MultiMedia Best Department Article Award, selected by the IEEE MultiMedia editorial board.

For 20 years, IEEE MultiMedia has inspired researchers, professors, and students around the world and helped to initiate and shape major multimedia research themes and events, including digital libraries, content-based image retrieval, Web-scale image search, multi-model and multimedia sensor fusion, social media and multimedia, and mobile multimedia.

To recognize the contributions of its authors and to celebrate the achievements of the magazine, IEEE MultiMedia established the Best Paper Award for regular papers and special issue papers and Best Department Article Awards for department articles in March 2015.

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