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SIGCSE 2015 continues our long tradition of bringing together colleagues from around the world to present papers, panels, posters, special sessions, and workshops, (and new this year demos and lightning talks) and to discuss computer science education in birds-of-a-feather sessions and informal settings. The SIGCSE Technical Symposium addresses problems common among educators working to develop, implement and/or evaluate computing programs, curricula, and courses. The symposium provides a forum for sharing new ideas for syllabi, laboratories, and other elements of teaching and pedagogy, at all levels of instruction.

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Attend SIGCSE 2015 in Kansas City, Missouri

SIGCSE 2015 Keynote Speakers

We are pleased to announce the SIGCSE 2015 Keynote Speakers.

  • Thursday, March 5 – Opening Plenary – Jessica Hodgins - Vice President, Disney Research and Professor, Carnegie Melon University
  • Thursday, March 5 - First Timers' Lunch – SIGCSE Award for Lifetime Service to the Computer Science Education Community - Frank Young – Emeritus Professor, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
  • Friday, March 6 – Morning Plenary – SIGCSE Award for Outstanding Contribution to Computer Science Education - Mark Allen Weiss – Professor, Florida International University
  • Saturday, March 7 – Luncheon Speaker – Keith Hampton – Associate Professor, Rutgers University

Critical Steps

Info and Activities

This is the good stuff... the conference details that you really need, like the programme, pre-symposium events, affiliated events (new!) and information about the locale.

First Timer?

If this is your first time attending SIGCSE, make sure to register for and attend the First Timers’ Lunch that is held on Thursday, March 5 at noon. This event is included in your conference registration.

K-12 or Community College Educator?

Pages highlighting activities for professionals in these groups coming soon.

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Supporters: Sponsors and Exhibitors

Get involved! Become a sponsor of SIGCSE 2015, or join us as an exhibitor!

The support of many excellent sponsors and exhibitors help make SIGCSE the amazing conference that it is.

Sponsors make this conference possible. The best way to transform how we approach the teaching of computing is to bring people together to share best practices, be they design strategies for active learning or assessment strategies for education online.

Exhibitors are an essential part of the SIGCSE community. As we engage in questions of how best to bring computing to students around the world, exhibitors connect us to what resources exist for our students.

Platinum Sponsors

Google, Inc.

Google, Inc.

Gold Sponsors

ABET

ABET

Oracle Academy

Oracle Academy

Silver Sponsors

GitHub

GitHub

Gradescope

Gradescope

Piazza

Piazza

Teradata University Network

Teradata University Network

Zyante

Zyante

Bronze Sponsors

Turing's Craft

Turing's Craft

Exhibitors

We have many excellent exhibitors this year: both old friends who we love to see, and new faces who will bring new ideas and tools to the table.

ABET
ACM-W
Auburn University – jGRASP
Broadening Participation in Computing
Cengage
CodeWorkout/Web-CAT
CRC Press/Taylor & Francis
CSTA
Elsevier
Franklin, Beedle & Associates
GitHub
Google, Inc.
Gradescope
Institute of International Education
Jones & Bartlett Learning
Mercury Learning
NSF Showcase
Pearson
Piazza Technologies, Inc.
Red Hat, Inc.
Springer
Teradata University Network
The MIT Press
Turing's Craft
Wiley
ZyBooks

Take Part - Papers, Posters, and More

There are many ways to take part in SIGCSE. You can submit your work and share it with your colleagues. You can review submissions, helping create an excellent conference experience for everyone. You can volunteer, and help make sure things run smoothly.

Submissions

Friday, September 5th, 2014 Papers
Panels
Special Sessions
Workshops
Monday, September 29, 2014 Pre-Symposium Events
Monday, October 27th, 2014 Student Research Competition
Birds of a Feather
Posters
Lightning Talks
Demos

The SIGCSE 2015 CFP has more details, or follow the links above to jump directly to authoring and submission guidelines. If your work is accepted, you need to prepare camera-ready copy in a timely manner.

Reviewers

SIGCSE is an excellent conference because of the hard work of its community. Every submission—be it paper, poster, or otherwise—is reviewed by people just like you.

This year, we have two new categories (Lightning Talks and Demos), and we need your help reviewing more than ever.

Learn how to become a reviewer for SIGCSE.

Pre-Symposium Events

The conference provides an opportunity for a limited number of pre-symposium events that will take place on Wednesday, March 4th, 2015. In the past, these events have included activities like workshops conducted by industry partners, computing education community roundtables, or mentoring sessions for new faculty. However, there are no specific criteria for the topics and/or format of these events.

Find out more about hosting one of these events.

Hey Students!

There are two ways you should consider getting involved at SIGCSE!

  • The ACM Student Research Competition is open to undergraduate and graduate students alike, and is a great venue for getting involved and gaining experience presenting your work.
  • Students help make SIGCSE happen. Student volunteers have a long and noble tradition at SIGCSE—your webmaster got his start there, after all! Volunteering helps make things run the way they should, and saves you registration fees.

Find out more about both of these great opportunities.


Your Committee

SIGCSE 2015 is brought to you by many brave volunteers.



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