Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education

SIGSCE 2008
March 12-15, 2008 • Portland, Oregon, USA

Student Information

Be a Conference Aide

Click here for information on how to earn free registration as a conference aide for SIGCSE 2008.

Conference Aide instructions and assignments.

Questions about Volunteering?
Contact:

Dan Garcia and Jeff Forbes
Student Volunteer Coordinators
ddgarcia@cs.berkeley.edu and forbes@cs.duke.edu

SIGCSE Doctoral Consortium

The SIGCSE Doctoral Consortium is held in conjunction with the SIGCSE Technical Symposium. It is designed for Ph.D. students in computing-related areas who are planning a career in academia.

Click here for information on participating at this year's doctoral consortium.

Questions about the Doctoral Consortium?
Contact:

Josh Tenenberg and Donald Joyce
Doctoral Consortium Coordinators
jtenenbg@u.washington.edu
or
djoyce@unitec.ac.nz

ACM Student Research Competition

The ACM Student Research Competition (sponsored by Microsoft Research) represents a unique forum for ACM student members at both the undergraduate and graduate level to present their original research before a panel of judges as well as before conference attendees.

Click here to learn how to participate in the ACM Student Research Competition.

Questions about the SRC?
Contact:

Ann Sobel
SIGCSE SRC Coordinator
sobelae@muohio.edu