Presenters at the 2018 Canadian Undergraduate Computer Science Conference discuss their research.Presenters at the 2018 Canadian Undergraduate Computer Science Conference discuss their research.

Undergraduate conference to explore the future of computer science

A national conference will showcase undergraduate student research in computer science and related disciplines this summer on the UWindsor campus.

Organizers of the Canadian Undergraduate Computer Science Conference, July 25 to 27, have issued a call for participation. They invite submissions in three forms:

  • research papers on topics demonstrating significant work;
  • short abstracts on research topics reflecting knowledge and passion; and
  • pitches of business ideas for practical and well-formed solutions to key projects.

Conference chair Noah Campbell calls CUCSC 2019 the premier venue for undergraduate students across all disciplines.

“Whether your interests lie in the fields of computer science, business, chemistry, biology, psychology, and everything in between, we have something for you,” he says.

Campbell is proud to secured partnerships with leaders in industry as well as on campus.

The event will connect undergraduate students from across Canada to leaders in academia and industry working at the cutting edge of technology. It will also welcome faculty and students from across the border, as well as members of the general public.

With a theme of “The Future of Computer Science,” presentations will focus largely on such topics as mobility, artificial intelligence, and informatics, though work in any field will be considered.

Find more information, including submission guidelines and registration details, on the conference website.