from Nov 11 to Nov 13, 2021

ACM Mid-Southeast

at Glenstone Lodge, Gatlinburg, TN

An in-person day of talks, lunch and banquet


Safe Conference / COVID


In order to attend this conference, you must either present proof of COVID vaccination or present a recent negative COVID test.


Masks must be worn at all conference events except for eating events.


Keynote Speaker Announced!

ACM Mid-Southeast Conference

November 11th – 12th, 2021

The Return to the Glenstone Lodge

http://acmmidsoutheast.org

Keynote Speaker Announced! Dr. Jack Dongarra

Dates and Deadlines

· Abstract Submissions Open RIGHT NOW

· Abstract Submissions are Due October 21, 2021

· Conference Rate for the Glenstone is available until October 21, 2021.

· Professional Presentations and Business Meeting November 12th.

Jack Dongarra holds an appointment as University Distinguished Professor of Computer Science in the Computer Science Department at the University of Tennessee, has the position of a Distinguished Research Staff member in the Computer Science and Mathematics Division at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), Turing Fellow in the Computer Science and Mathematics Schools at the University of Manchester, and an Adjunct Professor in the Computer Science Department at Rice University.

He has contributed to the design and implementation of the following open source software packages and systems: EISPACK, LINPACK, the BLAS, LAPACK, ScaLAPACK, Netlib, PVM, MPI, NetSolve, Top500, ATLAS, and PAPI. He has published approximately 300 articles, papers, reports and technical memoranda and he is coauthor of several books.


Because we are returning to the Glenstone Lodge for an in-person conference amid a pandemic, we are taking additional precautions to maintain the safety of our conference participants: Participants are required to show proof of vaccination or provide a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of arrival of the conference.


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. Faculty and students are invited to contribute a 300 word abstract to be considered to make a presentation addressing a relevant topic. We will be accepting submissions in two major categories.


Faculty/Professional: Original abstracts for a 20-min. presentation will be accepted in this category. Submissions must be researched, authored, and presented solely by current faculty members and people who are working as professionals within the computer science industry.


Students: Original abstracts for a 15-min will be accepted in this category. Submissions must be researched (may include research help from a faculty member), authored and presented solely by currently enrolled graduate and undergraduate students. Students can be in any level of their academic studies: PHD, Masters, Undergraduate 4yr Institutions, and Undergraduate 2yr Institutions.


At least one author must plan on presenting the abstract if selected for the conference. Any individuals making the presentations must pre-register for the conference after being notified of abstract acceptance.

Suggested topics include but are not limited to:

Artificial Intelligence Client/Server Computing Networking

Computer Architecture Data Base Topics Distance Learning

Computer Science Education Ethics IoT – Internet of Things

Internet, Intranet Neural networks Object Oriented Programming

Operating Systems Parallel/Distributed Processing Scientific Visualization

E-Commerce Software Engineering Security Issues

Cloud Computing Hot Topics in CS


Abstracts must be submitted by following this link:

https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=acm-midse-2021



(We are using the EasyChair website and you may have used this site to submit to other conferences, please use the same login information. EasyChair can help you recover your credentials. Please try this option before creating a new EasyChair account.)

Session Chairs and Judges

If you would be willing to serve as either a session chair or student presenter judge, please contact James Church (churchj@apsu.edu) as soon as possible. This is a very important part of the conference, and we need many helping hands.

Questions

If you have any questions about this year’s conference, please email Bob Lowe (rlowe@semo.edu) for more information.



Old - Call for Abstract Presentations

ACM Mid-Southeast Conference

November 11th – 12th, 2021

The Return to the Glenstone Lodge

http://acmmidsoutheast.org

Call for Peer Reviewed Papers

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. Faculty and students are invited to contribute a four-page paper using ACM format to be considered to make a 20-minute paper presentation addressing a relevant topic. We will be accepting papers in two major categories.

Faculty/Professional: Original papers for a 20-min. presentation will be accepted in this category. Submissions must be researched, authored, and presented solely by current faculty members and people who are working as professionals within the computer science industry.

Students: Original papers for a 15-min presentation will be accepted in this category. Submissions must be researched (may include research help from a faculty member), authored and presented solely by currently enrolled graduate and undergraduate students. Students can be in any level of their academic studies: PHD, Masters, Undergraduate 4yr Institutions, and Undergraduate 2yr Institutions.

At least one author must plan on presenting the paper if selected for the conference. Any individuals making the presentations must pre-register for the conference after being notified of abstract acceptance.

Suggested topics include but are not limited to:

Artificial Intelligence Client/Server Computing Networking

Computer Architecture Data Base Topics Distance Learning

Computer Science Education Ethics IoT – Internet of Things

Internet, Intranet Neural networks Object Oriented Programming

Operating Systems Parallel/Distributed Processing Scientific Visualization

E-Commerce Software Engineering Security Issues

Cloud Computing Hot Topics in CS


SUBMIT YOUR PAPER HERE:

Abstracts must be submitted by following this link:

https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=acm-midse-2021



(We are using the EasyChair website and you may have used this site to submit to other conferences, please use the same login information. EasyChair can help you recover your credentials. Please try this option before creating a new EasyChair account.)

Dates and Deadlines

  • Paper Submissions Open August 1st.

  • Paper Submissions are Due August 31st.

  • Conference, Presentations and Business Meeting November 12th

Paper Reviewers, Session Chairs and Presentation Judges

If you would be willing to serve as either a paper reviewer, session chair or student presentation judge, please contact James Church (churchj@apsu.edu) as soon as possible. These roles are a very important part of the conference, and we need many helping hands.

Questions

If you have any questions about this year’s conference, please email Bob Lowe (rlowe@semo.edu), for more information.


Old - Call for Peer Reviewed Papers

ACM Mid-Southeast Conference

November 11th – 12th , 2021

The Return to the Glenstone Lodge

http://acmmidsoutheast.org

Call for Abstract Presentations

Dates and Deadlines

  • Abstract Submissions Open RIGHT NOW

  • Abstract Submissions are Due October 21, 2021

  • Judging of Student Presentations November 11th - 12th

  • Professional Presentations and Business Meeting November 12th

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. Faculty and students are invited to contribute a 300 word abstract four-page paper using ACM format to be considered to make a presentation addressing a relevant topic. We will be accepting submissions in two major categories.

Because we are returning to the Glenstone Lodge for an in-person conference amid a pandemic, we are taking additional precautions to maintain the safety of our conference participants: Participants are required to show proof of vaccination or provide a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of arrival of the conference.

Faculty/Professional: Original abstracts for a 20-min. presentation will be accepted in this category. Submissions must be researched, authored, and presented solely by current faculty members and people who are working as professionals within the computer science industry.

Students: Original abstracts for a 15-min will be accepted in this category. Submissions must be researched (may include research help from a faculty member), authored and presented solely by currently enrolled graduate and undergraduate students. Students can be in any level of their academic studies: PHD, Masters, Undergraduate 4yr Institutions, and Undergraduate 2yr Institutions.

At least one author must plan on presenting the abstract if selected for the conference. Any individuals making the presentations must pre-register for the conference after being notified of abstract acceptance.

Suggested topics include but are not limited to:

Artificial Intelligence Client/Server Computing Networking

Computer Architecture Data Base Topics Distance Learning

Computer Science Education Ethics IoT – Internet of Things

Internet, Intranet Neural networks Object Oriented Programming

Operating Systems Parallel/Distributed Processing Scientific Visualization

E-Commerce Software Engineering Security Issues

Cloud Computing Hot Topics in CS


Abstracts must be submitted by following this link:

https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=acm-midse-2021


(We are using the EasyChair website and you may have used this site to submit to other conferences, please use the same login information. EasyChair can help you recover your credentials. Please try this option before creating a new EasyChair account.)

Session Chairs and Judges

If you would be willing to serve as either a session chair or student presenter judge, please contact James Church (churchj@apsu.edu) as soon as possible. This is a very important part of the conference, and we need many helping hands.

Questions

If you have any questions about this year’s conference, please email Bob Lowe (rlowe@semo.edu) for more information.


Our Chapter is dedicated to the furthering of Computer Science in the geographical region encompassing Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

Yes, this is blurry!

The Staff

James Church

Chair

Robert Lowe

Vice Chair

Melissa Wiggins

Secretary

Bob Bradley

Treasurer & Webmaster

Greg Kawell

Former Chair

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