Call for Presentation Abstracts

ACM Mid-Southeast Conference
November 10 – 11, 2011

Glenstone Lodge
Gatlinburg, Tennessee

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

Computer Architecture

Computer Science Education

Internet, Intranet

Operating Systems


Nifty Problems
 Client/Server Computing

Data Base Topics


Neural Networks

Parallel/Distributed Processing

Software Engineering

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

Distance Learning

Graphics Topics

Object Oriented

Scientific Visualization

Security Issues

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.

Abstracts are due by midnight (EST) October 10, 2011.

Abstracts can be submitted by following the links from the chapter website: