ACM and its Special Interest Groups Host More Than 170 Events Worldwide

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ACM Open Conference Statement

The open exchange of ideas and the freedom of thought and expression are central to the aims and goals of ACM and its conferences.  These aims and goals require an environment that recognizes the inherent worth of every person and group, that fosters dignity, understanding, and mutual respect, and that embraces diversity.
 
ACM is firmly committed to prohibiting discrimination at its conferences against individuals because of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, marital status religion, national origin, ancestry, or disability.  All individuals are entitled to participate in any ACM activity free of discrimination, including harassment based on any of the above factors.

ACM is concerned about discriminatory legislation in various locations and will work with conference organizers to best address location related issues.

Resource Manual for SIG Conference Organizers

Volunteer commitment and coordination is the foundation that makes an ACM conference successful. ACM provides a comprehensive resource manual with instructions and best practices to help create the best possible event.

Submit an Event to the Non-ACM Events Calendar

We invite conference organizers to submit details about their conferences to this calendar. Submit your event by filling out this form.

CSCW 2017, February 25–March 1, Portland, Oregon

The ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing presents research in the design and use of technologies that affect groups, organizations, communities, and networks. CSCW explores the technical, social, material, and theoretical challenges of designing technology to support collaborative activities. Workshops cover Citizen Science, Social Theory, Robots, CSCW in China and more.

SIGCSE 2017, March 8–11, Seattle, Washington

The SIGCSE Technical Symposium addresses problems common among educators working to develop, implement and/or evaluate computing programs, curricula, and courses. SIGCSE provides a forum for sharing new ideas for syllabi, laboratories, and other elements of teaching and pedagogy. 2017 SIGCSE award recipients Gail Chapman (University of California, Los Angeles) and Mats Daniels (Uppsala University) are scheduled speakers.

DATE 2017, March 27-31, Lausanne, Switzerland

The Design, Automation and Test in Europe conference includes an international exhibition showcasing system-level hardware and software implementation down to integrated circuit design. DATE will highlight electronics for the Internet of Things era and wearable and smart medical devices. Speakers will deliver keynotes on AI, Hardware Microservices in the Cloud, Medical Applications, and Internet of Everything.

SAC 2017, April 3 to 6, Marrakesh, Morocco

The 32nd ACM Symposium on Applied Computing gathers computing professionals engaged in the development of new computing applications. Tracks will cover AI and Agents, Distributed Systems, Information Systems, Software Development, and System Software and Security. The featured keynote speaker is Armin R. Mikler (University of North Texas) on "RE-PLAN: A Computational Framework for Response Plan Design and Analysis."

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ACM SIGs organize and sponsor more than 170 conferences, workshops and symposia worldwide. Find a gathering of like-minded computing professionals.

Volunteer Resources

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Humans, Machines, and the Future of Work

This conference focused on issues created by the impact of information technology on labor markets over the next 25 years. The event, held at Rice University in Houston, Texas December 5 to 6, 2016, featured renowned speakers from academia, industry and leading think tanks. Watch videos of some of the presentations.

Conferences Best Paper Awards

Best Paper Awards are presented at many ACM conferences to authors whose work represents groundbreaking research in their respective areas. By recognizing these select papers for their ingenuity and importance, ACM highlights some of the theoretical and practical innovations that are likely to shape the future of computing.

Recent Best Papers:

A Fast Sketch-based Assembler for Genomes
By Priyanka Ghosh, Ananth Kalyanaraman    
Best Paper from the 7th ACM International Conference on Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, and Health Informatics (BCB '16)

Bipartite Matching Generalizations for Peptide Identification in Tandem Mass Spectrometry
By Wenruo Bai, Jeffrey Bilmes, William S. Noble    
Best Paper from the 7th ACM International Conference on Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, and Health Informatics

Learning from User Interactions in Personal Search via Attribute Parameterization
By Michael Bendersky, Xuanhui Wang, Donald Metzler, Marc Najork    
Best Paper Honorable Mention from the Tenth ACM International Conference on Web Search and Data Mining

More Best Papers

Watch Restored Video from an Historic ACM Conference

With support from ACM, the Computer History Museum has digitally restored video footage from the 1986 ACM Conference on the History of Personal Workstations. Hosted at the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center, this historic conference assembled some of the most influential figures in computing, including multiple ACM Turing Award recipients and Fellows.