Registration for the SIGCSE TS is now open. For more details click here.
The submission deadline for round two submission types is on October 14th, 2022. As you prepare your final document please carefully follow the formatting for the “Instructions for Authors” tab for the track. Here are a few quick reminders:
- ALL tracks this year are using the 2-column ACM proceedings format.
- Poster submissions are 1-page and must still be anonymized with sufficient space left for author names.
- Nifty submissions are 1-page plus a zip archive containing a folder of assignment materials.
For questions, please reach out to the corresponding track chairs or the program co-chairs (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We are pleased to announce that each accepted submission to the undergraduate category of the ACM Student Research Competition will be eligible to apply for a need-based travel grant to attend the SIGCSE TS 2023 conference in-person.
Further information about how to apply will be included with notification of acceptance or authors can contact email@example.com
We are so excited to announce our two keynote speakers for SIGCSE TS 2023! Dr. Nichole Pinkard, Associate Professor in the School of Education and Social Policy at Northwestern University and Faculty Director of the Office Community Education Partnerships, and Dr. Robert Thirsk, Order of Canada (OC), Order of British Columbia (OBC), former Canadian Space Agency astronaut and former Chancellor of University of Calgary. Dr. Thirsk will open the symposium on Thursday and Dr. Pinkard will close our conference on Saturday.
You can find more information about our keynote speakers at https://sigcse2023.sigcse.org/track/sigcse-ts-2023-keynotes.
We believe it is necessary to improve the SIGCSE Technical Symposium’s diversity, equity, inclusion, and access. To this end, we are happy to announce that we have a newly formed Universal Design Committee starting with the 2023 Technical Symposium, co-chaired by Yasmine Elglaly and Earl Huff Jr. The committee’s role is to produce a set of guidelines for creating and maintaining a more accessible, equitable, and inclusive symposium experience with a particular immediate focus on attendees and those perusing the symposium materials. In addition, the committee will work with other committees to improve the universal design of their aspects of the symposium.
We encourage anyone who is interested in serving on this committee to complete this interest form. There should shortly be a message to this mailing list from the committee chairs, but if you have further questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Registration is open!Wed 16 Nov 2022|
|Student Research Competition Travel GrantsSun 9 Oct 2022|
|Keynote Speakers announcedWed 10 Aug 2022|
|Exhibitors & Supporters Prospectus Wed 13 Jul 2022|