SIG Program Review Schedule

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Review Date SIG Previous Review Date
10/01/2017 SIGAPP 10/01/2013
10/01/2018 SIGARCH 10/16/2014
SIGBED 10/16/2014
SIGMETRICS 10/16/2014
03/01/2019 SIGCHI 03/31/2015
SIGCOMM 03/31/2015
SIGIR 03/31/2015
SIGITE 03/31/2015
SIGPLAN 03/31/2015
SIGSPATIAL 03/31/2015
06/01/2019 SIGAI 06/27/2017
SIGCAS 06/30/2017
08/01/2019 SIGMOBILE 08/21/2015
SIGUCCS 08/21/2015
07/01/2020 SIGACT 07/25/2018
04/01/2021 SIGAda 06/30/2017
SIGDOC 04/03/2017
SIGecom 06/30/2017
SIGEVO 06/12/2017
SIGGRAPH 04/01/2017
SIGHPC 03/29/2017
SIGKDD 06/12/2017
SIGMICRO 06/12/2017
SIGMM 04/04/2017
SIGMOD 03/27/2017
SIGSAC 05/10/2017
SIGSIM 05/10/2017
05/01/2022 SIGLOG 05/30/2018
SIGOPS 5/30/2018
SIGSOFT 5/30/2018
SIGWEB 5/30/2018
07/01/2022 SIGACCESS 07/25/2018
SIGCSE 7/02/2018
SIGMIS 07/25/2018
SIGSAM 07/25/2018
08/01/2022 SIGBio 08/20/2018
SIGDA 08/20/2018

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TEI 2020, February 9 to 13, Sydney, Australia

The Conference on Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interactions addresses issues of human-computer interaction, novel tools and technologies, interactive art, and user experience. This year's conference will focus on "Future Bodies, Future Technologies," or how technologies could interact and interweave with our future bodies. ACM Distinguished Speaker and Distinguished Scientist Kristina Höök (Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden) and Angie Abdilla (CEO of Old Ways, New) will deliver keynotes.

SIGCSE 2020, March 11 to 14, Portland, Oregon

The SIGCSE Technical Symposium is the largest computing education conference worldwide organized by ACM SIGCSE, attracting researchers, educators, and others interested in improving computing education in K-12 and higher education. Keynote speakers are ACM Fellow Juan E. Gilbert (University of Florida), Alison Clear (Eastern Institute of Technology), Lauri Malmi (Aalto University/Helsinki University of Technology), and ACM Fellow Valerie E. Taylor (Center for Minorities and People with Disabilities in IT).