This call for papers has been extended to Monday August 22,2016 at 11:59 EST


ACM Mid-Southeast Conference

November 10 – 11, 2016
Glenstone Lodge
Gatlinburg, Tennessee

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Call for Peer Reviewed Papers

The ACM Mid-Southeast Chapter Fall Conference is putting out a call for the first time for peer reviewed papers, (call for abstracts and posters will come in early September).  The ACM Mid-Southeast Chapter Fall Conference is one of the oldest ACM conferences and provides a forum for discussion of current applications and experimental, theoretical and educational developments in all areas of computing. Faculty and graduate students are invited to contribute a paper for peer review that is no more than 4 pages long, if the committee selects your paper the document will be published on the conference website, and abstract will be published in the conference proceedings and the author(s) will need to make a 20-minute paper presentation.


All presenters must register for the conference in advance. 


Graduate Student Papers:

Papers in this category must be authored and presented solely by currently enrolled graduate students.


Suggested topics include but are not limited to:   
(Papers can be submitted starting 7/1/16.  All papers are due by 11:59pm (EST) August 15, 2016.


Artificial Intelligence        

Client/Server Computing     


Computer Architecture 

Data Base Topics

Distance Learning

Computer Science Education


IoT – Internet of Things

Internet, Intranet

Neural Networks 

Object Oriented

Operating Systems

Parallel/Distributed Processing

Scientific Visualization


Software Engineering               

Security Issues

Cloud Computing

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