Graduate Student Workshop on Computing 2007
Call for Papers
The Department of Computer Science at the University of California at Santa Barbara is sponsoring the Second Annual Computer Science Graduate Student Workshop on Computing. The focus of this workshop is to highlight top graduate student research within the department, promote the exchange of ideas among students, faculty, and industry, and familiarize new graduate students with the research conducted within our department and larger computer science community.
All graduate students are invited to submit 2-page abstracts describing recent and continuing work. Selected abstracts will appear in the workshop proceedings, and approximately 10-15 of the submitted abstracts will be selected for presentation.
Submissions are encouraged in any area of computing.
The abstract should describe the essential ideas in the research and have a short bibliography that includes any papers or technical memoranda on which the abstract is based. Abstracts should also include at least one figure. The first page of the abstract must begin with a title, the author's name(s) and e-mail address(es). Joint submissions by students are acceptable. The student making the presentation, however, should submit the paper. Papers and presentations should be aimed at a general computer science audience.
Papers should be formatted according to the ACM SIG Proceedings template. You may omit the copyright notice and the block of space at the bottom of the first column. Papers should be submitted as PDF documents with no page numbers. The printed proceedings will be in black-and-white, but color will be displayed in the electronic version.
Papers submitted shortly after the deadline may be included in the proceedings, but will not necessarily be considered for presentation.
Submit your abstract on or before the June 8th deadline.
|Author Notification:||September 5th, 2007|
|Workshop:||September 28th, 2007|
|Susmit Biswas (Co-Chair)||Architecture|
|Bob Gilbert (Co-Chair)||Network Security|
|Matthew Allen||P2P, Distributed Systems|
|Sorabh Gandhi||Sensor Networks, Theory|
|Imran Patel||High Performance Computing|
|Stacy Patterson||Distributed Systems|
|Krishna Puttaswamy||P2P Networks|
|Irfan Sheriff||Wireless Networks|
|Vishwakarma Singh||Bioinformatics, Data Mining|
|Sunil Soman||Dynamic Memory Management, Compilers|
|Mohit Tiwari||Architecture, Mobile Networks|
|Jason Wither||Augmented Reality|
|Lamia Youseff||Operating Systems, Virtualization|