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AISB event Bulletin Item

ACMSE 2008 - Call for Participation

http://eng.auburn.edu/acmse/


                     ACMSE 2008
          The 46th ACM Southeast Conference
              Auburn University, AL USA
                 March 28-29, 2008

            http://eng.auburn.edu/acmse/

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CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
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The oldest continuously running annual conference of the ACM invites  
papers in all areas of computer science. ACMSE provides an excellent  
forum for both faculty and students to present their research in a  
friendly and dynamic atmosphere. Please consider submitting an  
original contribution in one of the categories described below. All  
submissions will be peer-reviewed.

Conference Proceedings will include regular papers, student papers,  
work in progress papers, and extended abstracts of posters,  
workshops, and tutorials.

REGULAR PAPERS: Regular papers must describe original, previously  
unpublished work and may be up to 6 pages in length. Authors must  
submit two versions of their paper: a publication version (with  
author/institution information) and an anonymous version (with all  
identifying references removed). All submissions will be subject to  
blind review of the anonymous version of the paper. Accepted papers  
will be presented at the conference, included in the conference  
proceedings, and will be considered for the Best Paper award. Due  
Date: December 14, 2007.

STUDENT PAPERS: Student papers must describe original, previously  
unpublished work and may be up to 6 pages in length. Students must be  
the sole authors of submissions in this category. Students must  
submit two versions of their paper: a publication version (with  
author/institution information) and an anonymous version (with all  
identifying references removed). All submissions will be subject to  
blind review of the anonymous version of the paper. Accepted papers  
will be presented at the conference, included in the conference  
proceedings, and will be considered for the Best Student Paper award.  
Due Date: December 14, 2007.

WORK IN PROGRESS PAPERS:  Work in progress papers describe original  
work that shows promise but for which only preliminary results are  
available. Submissions in this category are extended abstracts  
limited to four pages in length and will be reviewed by the Program  
Committee. Accepted papers in this category will be presented at the  
conference and included in the conference proceedings. Due Date:  
January 7, 2008.

FACULTY POSTERS: Faculty posters present an overview of already  
developed research or a work in progress. Submissions in this  
category 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 included in the conference  
proceedings. Due Date: January 7, 2008.

STUDENT POSTERS: Students (as sole authors) may submit an extended  
abstract describing their current research activity. Submissions in  
this category are limited to two pages in length and will be reviewed  
by the Program Committee. Accepted abstracts will be presented in a  
poster format, included in the conference proceedings, and will be  
considered for the Best Student Poster award. Due Date: January 7, 2008.

TUTORIALS/WORKSHOPS: Tutorials and workshops provide an in-depth  
coverage of introductory or advanced topics. Workshops should be  
participatory in nature. Proposals for tutorials or workshops should  
include a title, abstract, statement of purpose, objectives,  
prerequisites, intended audience, duration (1.5 or 3 hours),  
materials needed (including computers), and resources to be handed  
out. Proposals must not exceed two pages in length. Due Date: January  
7, 2008.



SUBMISSION INFORMATION
**********************
BLIND REVIEW
Both Regular Paper and Student Paper submissions must be prepared for  
blind review.  Authors in these categories must prepare two versions  
of their paper: a publication version (with author/institution  
information) and an anonymous version (with all identifying  
references removed).

STYLE GUIDELINES
All submissions must be prepared according to the publication style  
for ACM SIG proceedings. Templates and examples can be found at  
http://www.acm.org/sigs/pubs/proceed/template.html.

SUBMISSION
All papers, abstracts, and proposals must be submitted in PDF,  
PostScript, or Microsoft Word format. Only electronic submissions  
will be accepted. Submissions will be received from November 14, 2007  
through the due date of the appropriate submission category.  
Instructions on how to submit will be available on the conference  
website.


ACMSE 2008 is hosted by the Department of Computer Science and  
Software Engineering at Auburn University and the Department of  
Computer Science at Tuskegee University.

Detailed conference information will be available at the conference  
web site:

http://eng.auburn.edu/acmse/

We hope to see you in Auburn!

General Chairs
James H. Cross II, Auburn University
Hira Narang, Tuskegee University

Program Chairs
Dean Hendrix, Auburn University
Cynthia Lester, Tuskegee University

Contact: acmse08@eng.auburn.edu