Call for Lightning Talks and Posters

Invitation to submit

A continuing feature of ACSW in 2021 will be 5-minute Lightning Talks and Poster presentations. These activities provide an opportunity to interact with the ACSW community on a wide range of computer science related topics.

Submissions are encouraged on all research topics that are related to computer science, and may include work previously published/presented elsewhere, and/or work in progress or planned.

We particularly encourage students to submit a proposal to present a Lightning Talk and Poster. This is a great opportunity to present your research interest to a wider community, generate conversation, and receive helpful feedback. Advisors should encourage their students to present current work to ACSW.

Lightning Talks will be pre-recorded presentations delivered during dedicated sessions throughout the ACSW program. Following Lightning Talks, live online sessions will be held where presenters can talk about their work with delegates and engage in Q&A. Posters will also be available for viewing throughout ACSW in an online poster gallery.

Information on how to submit your Lightning Talk and Poster presentation is provided below.

The call for Lightning Talk and Poster submissions will close 8 January 2021.

We look forward to receiving your submission.

Dr Nigel Stanger & Dr Brendon Woodford
Co-Chairs, 2021 ACSW

Enquiries

If you have any question about your Lighting Talk and Poster submission, please do not hesitate to contact:

Nigel Stanger 2021 ACSW Co-Chair (nigel.stanger@otago.ac.nz)
or
Conference Design (mail@conferencedesign.com.au)

Submissions

Authors are required to submit a 250 word abstract using the template provided below.

Submissions should include the following:

  • Title of the Lightning Talk/Poster
  • Author names and institutions
  • Summary of the work to be presented. Clearly state the problem being addressed, the goal of the work, the relation to other works, and the results achieved if applicable. Submissions must be the work contributed by the authors.
  • Submissions and talks must be in English.

All submissions will be peer reviewed and decisions will be made available via email.

Please upload your abstract as PDF to the Easychair submission portal.

Registration

All presenters will be required to register for ACSW Online and pay the appropriate registration fee.

Financial Hardship

CORE and the 2021 Organising Committee recognises COVID-19 is having a significant financial impact on some sectors of the community which may render attendance at ACSW Online unaffordable.

In addition to offering heavily reduced registration fees, some financial assistance is being provided by CORE to individuals and university departments who are unable to fund their attendance at ACSW Online.

For a confidential discussion please email CORE President, David Abramson: david.abramson@uq.edu.au.