ACSE 2020 - Session Grid - February 22, 2020

( Subject to change - last updated January 17, 2020 )

8:30 - 9:15

Registration

9:15 - 9: 25

Welcome

Computer
Engineering

Track A

Track B - Computer Science / Coding in K-12

CS Topics - Track C

Cyber Security  - Track D

9:30 - 10:30

A1 - Oscilloscope – Everything you need to know

Radomir Grigorov
Justin Villeneuve (Electro-meters Inc.)

B1 - Getting acquainted with AI and Algorithms

Mike Deutsch

C1 - CS Education: challenges and practices from a technology perspective

Dr. Ken Pu,  Ontario Tech

D1 - Hands-on introduction to Offensive Cybersecurity

Vitaly Volovich, HackStudent

10:40: 11:40

A2 - Delve into serial communication with an oscilloscope

Radomir Grigorov

Justin Villeneuve

(Electro-meters Inc.)

B2 - Scaffolding by understanding a working demo

Mike Deutsch

C2 - Serious Programming Games for Computer Science Education

Michael Miljanovic / Dr. Jeremy Bradbury - Ontario Tech

D2 - Exploring picoCTF Challenges

William Lyon McKenzie CI Students

11:40 - 12:55

Lunch - Raspberry Pi Demos and FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) Robotics

1:00 - 1:55

Keynote: You Shared What? Seriously?! - Don and Bronwyn Mallory

Sponsored by: Phidgets & Electro-Meters

2:00 - 3:00

A3 - Physical Computing with Phidgets

Lucas Pacentrilli - Phidgets Inc.

B3 - Promoting Computational Thinking and Programming in the Elementary Classroom

Rick Racioppo

C3 - Using “Functional” Java 8 Features in Object-Oriented Code

Dr. Mario Badr, University of Toronto

D3 - Cyberethics: A Hitchhikers’ Guide to Cyberspace

Doug Heinrich

3:10 - 4:10

A4 - 3D printing and the Calliope mini Adventure

Michael Vaisman

B4 - Code to Learn and Learn to Code with LYNX!

Peter Skillen & Brenda Sherry

TBD

D4 - Exploring the wonders of motors for free

Michael Chan

4:15 - 4:30

Closing Session