All academic submissions will be via EasyChair.
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3. Add your submission
Under Keyword: please include Poster, Grad Student Talk, Flash Talk, or BOF
Email Cecily Heiner if you have any questions
If you have been involved in a research project, internship, co-op, service-learning, outreach, course project, or other interesting experience related to computer science or information technology, this is your opportunity to share. If your project is interactive, we encourage you to also bring a demo.
Submissions should include a title, abstract(100-500 words), student name and e-mail address, and faculty name and e-mail address. Poster abstracts should include a problem, approach, results, significance, and evaluation. Please submit the poster as a PDF file. Students should bring their posters printed and sized between 2x3 feet and 3x4 feet. Posters will be lightly reviewed; prizes will be awarded for the best posters.
Under Title, please begin your title with Poster, as in "Poster: Title Here".
Under Keyword, please enter Poster.
Whether you are preparing for your first formal research talk or your first faculty job, a graduate student talk is an excellent opportunity to practice presenting for a general technical audience. We encourage talks that cover specific research projects, general research areas, and outreach experiences.
Submissions should include a title, abstract (100-500 words), name and e-mail address. You may optionally provide a longer manuscript of up to 8 pages for critical feedback, by uploading as a PDF.
Under Title, please begin your title with Talk, as in "Talk: Title Here".
Under Keyword, please enter Grad Student Talk.
Flash talks are 5 minutes with 20 slides, with a new slide appearing automatically every 15 seconds. Flash talks are an ideal way for faculty and/or industry professionals to highlight exciting computing research or efforts to encourage women in computing.
Submissions should include a title, abstract, and contact information. There should only be one author. No PDF upload necessary.
Under Title, please begin your title with FT, as in "FT: Title Here".
Under Keyword, please enter Flash Talk.
A Bird of a Feather (BOF) is an informal discussion group on a specific topic of interest such as careers, education, outreach, challenges, work-life balance, campus computing groups, etc.
Submissions should include a title, abstract (100-500 words), contact information for all authors. No PDF upload necessary.
Under Title, please begin your title with BOF, as in "BOF: Title Here".
Under Keyword, please enter BOF.