The ACM Southeast (ACMSE) conference is the oldest, continuously running, annual conference of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). ACMSE provides an excellent forum for students, faculty, researchers, and industry practitioners to present their research in a friendly and dynamic atmosphere in all areas of computer science.
ACMSE 2022 is organized by the Mathematical, Computing, & Information Sciences Department (MCIS Department) at Jacksonville State University (JSU), Jacksonville, Alabama. It will be held on April XX-XX, 2022, in the Oxford Civic Center, Oxford, Alabama.
The final program will be rich in events, including paper presentations (see the Call for Papers), poster presentations (see the Call for Posters), tutorials/workshops, keynote speeches, and industrial practitioner displays. You can download the Call for Papers/Tutorials/Workshops/Posters in PDF format from this link.
ACMSE 2022 will feature tutorials/workshops addressing fundamental, advanced, and emerging topics in computing and related fields. Tutorial/workshop proposals should be submitted through the EasyChair system, no later than the due date for submission of proposals. You will be asked to select a track/category during the submission. Be sure you submit your proposal to the “tutorial/workshop” track.
Proposals should not exceed three pages, 11-point font, single-spaced. A tutorial/workshop proposal should include the:
- Presenter/organizer name and affiliation
- Covered topics
- Prerequisites for participants
- Intended audience
- Duration (1.5 to 3 hours)
- Resources needed (including lab space)
- Short biography of the presenter/organizer.
The tutorial/workshop chair will evaluate all proposals and communicate acceptance decisions to the proposers. Tutorial/workshop instructors will receive compensation (free registration to the conference and traveling expenses).
|Deadline for Submission of Tutorials/Workshops||TBA|
|Notification of Acceptance||TBA|
|Event Date||April XX-XX, 2022|