Students in all progressions of their academic careers are encouraged to submit a proposal.
Academic, community, and industry professionals are invited to share their experiences by participating as a presenter, speaker, panelist, workshop leader, or poster presenter in the conference.
For consistency, ACM NMCWiC is mirroring many sub-disciplines offered at the national Grace Hopper Celebration. If you would like a deeper breakdown of the topic, please visit http://ghc.anitaborg.org/2016-speakers/clusters-and-tracks/.
Computing, Research, Technology & STEM Talks Track
Artificial IntelligenceComputer Systems EngineeringCyber SecurityData ScienceEmerging TechnologyInternet of ThingsWearable Tech/Computational TextilesGaming, Computer Graphics and AnimationHuman Computer InteractionSecurity/PrivacySmart Grid ResearchReliabilitySustainabilitySoftware EngineeringSTEM
Career, Cultural and Social Issues for Women in Computing Track
Broadening ParticipationCareer Planning and DevelopmentEnvironmental ConditionsGender DivideHistorical ContextImpact of SocializationMarginalizationMisconceptions of CSNeed for DiversityTurning Around Under-Representation
AP CS PrinciplesCS in the ClassroomComputational ThinkingNGSS and ComputingEncourage and Utilize PartnershipsMake CS CountCS Legislation in NMTeach CS
The ACM NMCWiC organizing committee reserves the right to reposition submitted proposals to other designated session types, if the committee experiences an abundance of submissions in one or more areas.
Celebrations of Women in Computing events host large technical poster sessions. This is the perfect opportunity to informally present your research to conference attendees and experts in your field. Designed to help you solicit constructive feedback, the poster session lends itself to those who are still exploring an idea and have not fully developed their results into a completed paper. Include the title and full abstract of your poster proposal.
Poster Abstract guidelines:
100-word maximum outlining the problem/topic you are researching
Once your abstract submission has been accepted, please include the following in your poster:
Problem and MotivationMethodologyData/ResultsSummaryFuture Work (if applicable)
Posters may be no larger than 3’x4′.We will assign your space and will provide pushpins.A map of your location will be provided onsite.Please be prepared to set up your poster at the poster session on Saturday, April 22, before the Poster Session begins at 10:00 am.
By March 24, you will receive an email notifying you of our decision regarding your submission.