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AISB event Bulletin Item

ACMSE 2008 - Hotel Reservations

ACMSE 2008 - The 46th ACM Southeast Conference

****  HOTEL ROOM BLOCK EXPIRES Tuesday February 26  ****

Make your reservations soon!

Hotel Accommodations
The Hotel at Auburn University is the official hotel for ACMSE 2008.
The Dixon Conference Center is located in the same building as the
hotel, so this is the most convenient choice for lodging.

The conference rate of 9/night is available through February 26,
and reservations can be made by calling the hotel directly at
1-334-821-8200 or 1-800-228-2876. Be sure to mention the name of the
conference or the group code "10C7F6" to receive the special rate.

The block of rooms allocated to the conference will be released after
February 26. Due to other events happening on campus during the
conference weekend, it is very likely that once these room are
released the hotel will be sold out. So please make your reservations

Early registration rates extend through March 21. For complete
information and access to the online registration system, please visit:

The Samuel Ginn College of Engineering is hosting a Pre-Conference
Reception on Thursday March 27 from 6:30PM until 8:30PM (Central Time)
in the newly completed Shelby Center. Please indicate during the
registration process your plans for attending the reception. We hope
you can join us Thursday evening to relax with other conference
attendees and enjoy a selection of finger foods.

Keynote Addresses
Friday March 28 Opening Address - Dr. Jeannette M. Wing, Assistant
Director of CISE at NSF and President's Professor of Computer Science
at Carnegie Mellon University.

Friday March 28 Conference Banquet Address - Dr. Mark Guzdial,
Professor in the School of Interactive Computing in the College of
Computing at Georgia Institute of Technology.

See for abstracts of the
keynote addresses and the speakers' biographical information.

For general questions about the conference, please contact the  
Conference Chairs, Dr. James Cross and Dr. Hira Narang, via email at