Covers technical topics in computing such as quantum computing, cybersecurity, blockchain, artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, Internet of Things, robotics, security, privacy, virtual/augmented reality, human-centric computing, smart mobility, social computing, and other related topics.
Covers topics particular to professionals in industry or government agencies such as entrepreneurship, effective communication, networking, career paths, mentoring networks, and academic topics pertaining to undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty, or administrators, such as applying for graduate school/fellowships, academic careers, effective teaching, student retention, and other related topics.
Broadening Participation in Computing:
Covers topics particular to increasing participation of diverse groups in computing. Includes topics such as such as culturally relevant computing, gender-inclusive design, accessibility, unconscious bias, imposter syndrome, recruitment and retention, outreach and other related topics.
We invite you to submit for any of the following program components in the aforementioned tracks:
Panels and Workshops: Sessions on current technical topics, such as AI, quantum computing, and cybersecurity as well as topics related to broadening participation in computing and professional development for diverse communities
Birds of a Feather (BoF): Sessions that provide an informal, town-hall like forum for the discussion of technical or social issues among interested parties, providing a venue for communities (existing or dynamically organized) to network and collaborate
Additional program components open for submission include:
Student Posters/ACM Student Research Competition (SRC): Undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to present their latest research results and methodologies
Doctoral Consortium: PhD candidates have the opportunity to present and discuss their research with a panel of established researchers
Scholarships: Students and post-docs at institutions in the U.S. or U.S. Territories and faculty at Minority Serving Institutions are welcome to apply
Questions regarding the Call for Participation can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.