ACM India Annual Events
ACM India organizes regular events and conferences each year to celebrate ACM's spirit and India's accomplishments in computing. These events are designed to support and promote the field of computing in India.
ACM India has been organizing annual flagship events to discuss trends in science and technology, and to celebrate ACM's spirit and India's accomplishments in computing. Speakers will include 2018 ACM A.M. Turing Award winner Yann LeCun; 2018 ACM Prize in Computing winner Shwetak Patel; and 2018 ACM Eugene Lawler Humanitarian Award winner M. Balakrishnan. IRISS 2020 will be co-located with the Annual Event.
The 14th Inter-Research-Institute Student Seminar in Computer Science (IRISS 2020) invites research scholars of computer science and allied areas in India to showcase their recent work, either published in 2019 or accepted in 2019 for publication (proof of acceptance will be required), to a conclave of researchers and potential employers. Deadline for submissions is 10 November 2019.
Since 2018, ACM India has decided to focus the theme of COMPUTE towards improving the quality of computing education in the country. In this second year of this thematic symposium, the first day overlaps with CC2020, a joint project sponsored by ACM and the IEEE Computer Society to provide comprehensive curricular guidelines for academic programs granting degrees in computing.
The 7th ACM India Joint International Conference on Data Science and Management of Data is the premier international database conference hosted in India by Division II of Computer Society of India. CODS-COMAD encompasses the areas of data analytics, machine learning and managing Big Data. Anastasia Ailamaki (EPFL), Kristian Kersting (TU Darmstadt), Amit Sheth (Wright State University) and Dan Suciu (University of Washington) will deliver keynotes.
The ACM India Celebration of Women in Computing will include a Work-in-Progress Research Reports poster making event. Submission deadline is 22 June. AICWIC provides a unique opportunity of collective learning, interacting with experts and peers and showcasing work-in- progress research to an enlightened audience for their valuable insights. This one-day celebration has several intellectually enriching opportunities for women students and professionals in the field of computing.