Call For Papers
As the ACM’s oldest continuously running annual conference, the ACM Southeast Conference
celebrated its 50th year in 2012. The 51st annual gathering will be held in historic Savannah on
April 4-6, 2013. The ACMSE Conference provides a forum in which both faculty and students
can present their research in a friendly and lively atmosphere. Authors are encouraged to submit
original work for peer review in one of the categories listed below. Submissions in all areas of
computer science are invited. The conference proceedings will include accepted regular papers,
student papers, extended abstracts of regular posters and student posters, as well as synopses of
workshops and tutorials. Awards will be given for the best student paper and best student poster.
All submissions will be handled using EasyChair: https://www.easychair.org/account/signin.cgi?conf=acmse13.
- Important Dates
- Call for papers [pdf]: November 20, 2012
- Deadline for All Submissions:
January 25, 2013 February 15, 2013 – by 11:59 PM EST
- Decisions to Authors:
February 22, 2013 March 1, 2013
- Revised Camera Ready Papers Due:
March 4, 2013 March 8, 2013
- Conference Dates: April 4-6, 2013
Regular Papers and Student Papers
Regular and student papers must describe original, previously unpublished work not being
simultaneously considered for publication elsewhere, in basic or applied computing research or
computing education. Students must be the sole authors of submissions in the student paper
category. Both regular and student papers must be submitted in PDF format, and may be up to
six pages in length using the ACM conference format. All regular and student papers will be
subject to peer review. Accepted papers will be presented at the conference and published in the
conference proceedings. An award will be made for the best student paper.
Regular Posters and Student Posters
Regular posters present an overview of already developed research or work in progress.
Undergraduate and graduate students may submit an extended abstract (as sole authors)
presenting preliminary findings of their research. Poster submissions are extended abstracts
limited to two pages in length and will be reviewed by the Program Committee. Accepted
abstracts will be presented in a poster format and published in the conference proceedings. An
award will be made for the best student poster.
Proposals for workshops and tutorials should include a title, abstract, statement of purpose,
objectives, prerequisites, intended audience, duration (1.5 or 3 hours), materials needed
(including lab space) and resources to be handed out. Proposals should not exceed two pages.