Call for Presentation Abstracts

The ACM Mid-Southeast Chapter Fall Conference provides a forum for discussion of current applications and experimental, theoretical and educational developments in all areas of computing. You are invited to contribute an abstract of no more than 300 words for a paper presentation, a panel discussion, or a tutorial addressing a relevant topic.

Suggested topics include but are not limited to:

Artificial Intelligence

Client/Server Computing

Computer Architecture

Data Base Topics

Distance Learning
Computer Science Education


Graphics Topics
Internet, Intranet

Neural Networks

Object Oriented
Operating Systems

Parallel/Distributed Processing

Scientific Visualization

Software Engineering

Security Issues
Nifty Problems

It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time...

Student papers are welcomed. Papers in this category must be authored solely by students. Monetary awards and individual plaques will be presented for the best graduate (masters and doctoral categories), undergraduate, and two-year institution student papers. If there are not a minimum of three papers in a category, then that category may be combined with another for award consideration. All presenters and authors must register for the conference in advance.

Paper/panel/tutorial/abstract submission instructions

Abstracts are due by October 11, 2010. Individuals will be notified by October 18th, 2010, as to whether their presentation and/or panel discussion topic was accepted. All authors and presenters of accepted presentations and/or panel discussion topics must register in advance (no later than October 30, 2010) for the conference.
Submit an abstract

Glenstone Lodge

November 11-12, 2010

Gatlinburg, TN

Hotel Accommodations. Attendees should contact the Glenstone Lodge directly at 865-436-9361 or 1-800-362-9522 to make reservations. The reservation code is ACM10. A block of rooms has been reserved at a conference rate of $87.00 + 12.5% tax at the Glenstone Lodge with a cutoff date of October 27, 2010. Any reservations after that date will be provided on a space available basis. Conference dates are November 11–12, 2010; presentations are on the 12th.

About the Conference. The conference will begin Thursday, November 11, with registration from 4 to 6 p.m. in the hotel lobby. A Hospitality Suite will be provided on Thursday beginning at 5 p.m. and will adjourn at 7:30 p.m. for dinner (cost separate from conference). Registration will continue on Friday morning at 7:30 a.m. in the hotel lobby. The keynote address will begin at 8:15 followed by paper presentations. Presentations will continue after lunch. At the conclusion of the paper presentations, there will be a brief ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) Mid-Southeast Chapter business meeting. The conference will conclude with a social hour in the Hospitality Suite and the conference banquet that will include the presentation of awards for student papers.

All presenters and authors must pre-register for the conference.

Plan now to attend, participate, and renew old acquaintances!!

If you would like to be a session chair please contact Greg Kawell:

If you would like to be a student paper judge please contact Brian Toone: