CSCSU 2022

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A Computer Science Conference for CSU Undergraduates.

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Second Annual Computer Science Conference for CSU Undergraduates

March 5, 2022

March 12, 2022

UPDATE: The conference will be held virtually on March 12, 2022. See below for revised conference dates.

CSCSU is an annual conference dedicated to computer science research by undergraduates at CSU campuses. Participating students will learn how a computer science conference works, network with other talented CS students from CSU campuses, and prepare for graduate school and research careers. The conference covers all of computer science and is structured like a mainstream CS conference, with authors of accepted papers giving oral presentations. A peer-review process is used to select papers for presentation and inclusion in conference proceedings that will be made available electronically.

Conference Registration

To attend CSCSU 2022, you must register beforehand by Friday, March 11 at the following link: https://csun.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYocOCtrz4iEtwa0S1V4YKQO1YNeLad3Psg

We ask that you register with a CSU-affiliated email address. If you wish to register with a non-affiliated email address, please contact the organizing committe via email.

Conference Program

Date: Saturday March 12, 2022

1:00 Registration

1:10 Opening Remarks

1:20 Session 1 (Systems)

(10 min. break)

2:50 Session 2 (Theory/Security)

(10 min. break)

4:00 Session 3 (Machine Learning)

5:00 Closing Remarks and Survey

Call for Papers

Submissions are welcomed in all areas of computer science. To encourage participation, papers of any of the following types can be submitted:

The paper type must be identified when a paper is submitted. Each paper will be reviewed using the criteria associated with its type. More information about the paper types can be found here, including example papers and acceptance criteria for each type.

Papers must be written under the guidance of a CSU faculty co-author. The first author of every submitted paper must be a CSU undergraduate. All authors must be either CSU faculty advisors (there must be at least one) or CSU undergraduates at the time of submission.

No faculty member can appear as co-author on more than 3 submissions.

For an accepted paper to be included in the proceedings, one of the student authors must commit to presenting their work at the conference. Submitted papers must not have been published in other conferences or journals.

Important Dates

Submission Guidlines

Submissions must be no more than 5 pages, including all figures, tables, and references. Papers must be submitted as PDF documents through the EasyChair conference system. LaTeX is strongly recommended for paper preparation, but Word can also be used. Please use the LaTeX or Word templates . More information on the use of the templates can be found at the paper submission page for the Computing in Cardiology conference.

Conference submission Link.

Organization

Prior Conferences