We invite you to join us for the 2020 Australasian Computer Science Week (ASCW) being held at Swinburne University Melbourne, Victoria 3 – 7 February.
ACSW is the premier event for Computer Science researchers across Australasia, organised under the governing auspices of Computing Research and Education (CORE) Association of Australasia.
2020 ACSW will include an exciting stream focused on training opportunities for Early Career Researchers and Higher Degree students in addition to the traditional sub-conferences.
More information regarding invited speakers and programmed events will be released via our new look ASCW website as planning proceeds. We encourage you to check the website regularly for updates.
We look forward to seeing you in Melbourne.
Prem Prakash Jayaraman
Chair, 2020 ACSW
- Dr. Prem Prakash Jayaraman, Swinburne University of Technology – Chair, 2020 ACSW
- Prof. Dimitrios Georgakopoulos, Swinburne University of Technology – Chair, 2020 ACSW
- Prof. Timos Sellis, Swinburne University of Technology – Chair, 2020 ACSW
- Dr. Caslon Chua, Swinburne University of Technology – Sponsorship
- Dr. Abdur Forkan, Swinburne University of Technology – Publications
- Dr. Rui Zhou, Swinburne University of Technology – Publications
- Dr. Ahsan Morshed, Central Queensland University – Conference Liaison
- Dr. Abhik Banerjee, Swinburne University of Technology – Publicity
- Dr. Kewen Liao, Australian Catholic University – Posters and Lightning Talks
- Dr. Pei-Wei Tsai, Swinburne University of Technology – Posters and Lightning Talks
- Ali Hassani, Deakin University – Web Chair
Venue & Destination
Swinburne is a world-ranked university leading the way in innovation, industry engagement and social inclusion. Our education, high-quality research and industry partnerships create positive change for students, staff and the community. Swinburne is a large and culturally diverse organisation. A desire to innovate and bring about positive change motivates our students and staff. The result is in an institution that grows and evolves each year.