ACM India Eminent Speaker Program
The ACM India Eminent Speaker Program (ESP) provides local ACM Professional and Student chapters in India with direct access to top technology leaders and innovators who will give talks on issues that are important to the computing community.
Talk 1: The Intelligent Edge - A Convergence of Hardware, Software, and Machine Learning
Talk 2: Smart Devices On Wheels: Autonomous Electric Software-Defined Vehicles
Talk 3: A Neuroscientist, a physicist, and an ML engineer meet in an Uber pool: Insights into inter-disciplinary industry research
Talk 1: Policy Optimization in Reinforcement Learning
Talk 2: Learning to become Experts in Playing Games
Talk 3: Formal Methods for Power Intent Verification
Talk 1: Computer Vision Overview and Real world Applications
Talk 2: Trusted AI
Talk 3: The title of the talk: AI-powered data-driven decision making
Talk 1: Blockchain for accelerated processing of Supply Chain
Talk 2: Overview of Blockchain interoperability
Talk 3: Carbon-aware Cloud Data Center Optimization
Talk 1: Observability for Microservices in Multi-Cloud Era
Talk 2: Permissioned Blockchain and its use-cases
Talk 3: Chaos Engineering for Better Resiliency
Talk 1: Using Climate-focused Technologies (ClimateTech) for tracking & improving air quality
Talk 2: Use of large scale emissions data from industries in context of ESG frameworks
Talk 3: Building ClimateTech startups in a non-supportive (hostile) regulatory framework in India
Talk 1: Open Source, What, Why and How (2 sessions)
Talk 2: Cloud Native Observability - State, Trends and Next
Talk 3: unBlind AI/ML and GPT
Talk 1: Designing Secure Cryptographic Systems: Journey from Theory to Practice
Talk 2: Quantum-safe Cryptography: Cybersecurity Challenges and Opportunities in the Quantum Era
Talk 3: Zero-Knowledge Proofs in Practice: Demystifying Blockchain Rollups
Talk 1: Should Programming Pedagogy and Assessment Change in Response to Advances in Generative AI?
Talk 2: Helping Students Develop the Ability to Critique AI-Generated Code
Talk 3: Getting Started with Computing Education Research in India
Talk 1: What Is Software Engineering Anyway? Reflections on 50 Years of Software Engineering and the Road Ahead!
Talk 2: @TheCrossroads of AI for SE and SE for AI—What's Happening and Where Are We Going?
Talk 3: On Computing Education for 1.3 Billion Learners—Quality, Scale and Variety
Talk 4: The Lasting Contributions of Computing—Past, Present and Future
Talk 1: The Ethics of AI: Musk versus Bezos
Ajay Deshpande, Senior Director, Icertis
Talk 1: SMAC Technologies and the Future
Talk 2: The Evolution of Modern Web Applications
Talk 1: Which Programming Language Should You Learn and Why
Talk 2: MS, MBA, or Job: Planning Your Career
Talk 3: The Difference between Student Programmers and Professional Programmers
Talk 1: Data Science for Social Good
Talk 2: Privacy and Security in Online Social Media (PSOSM)
Talk 3: Social Computing for Medicine
Talk 1: Fun with Algorithms
Talk 2: Privacy—Challenges and Opportunities
Talk 1: Compute, Compute, Compute—How Hard Can It Get?
Talk 2: The Complexity of Formal Proofs
Talk 3: Depth-2 Threshold Circuits
Talk 1: Automata and Program Verification
Talk 2: Concurrent Programming: Old Problems, New Challenges
Talk 1: How to Prepare for International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC)?
Talk 2: How to Win a Hackathon?
Talk 3: Building Blocks of AI, ML & Data Science
Talk 4: Internet of Everything (IoE): Rise of the Machines
Talk 5: 5G & Beyond
Talk 1: AI/ML Trends from Industry
Talk 2: Supervised/Unsupervised Machine Learning Algorithms Using Python or R
Talk 3: Analytics in Industry: Few Insights on Role of Analytics in Smart City Development
Talk 1: Why should we learn logic, and why should we learn logic?
Talk 2: Game theory for the internet age
Talk 3: Does she know that I know that she does not know P?
Talk 1: Security and Trust
Talk 1: Evolution of Internet: The Past, Present and Future
Talk 2: Technology Trends – A Perspective
Talk 3: How to Write a Good Research Paper
Talk 1: An Introduction to GCC Internals
Talk 2: Alternate Models of Computation
Talk 3: A Novel Way to Teach Operating Systems
Talk 4: Mathematical Modeling in Computer Science
ACM India ESP Call for Speakers Open
ACM India ESP Call for Speakers Open
The ACM India Eminent Speaker Program (ESP) provides ACM chapters in India with direct access to top technology leaders, innovators and researchers who will give talks on contemporary issues. Speakers are included into the ESP Panel through an open call twice a year, and the applications are evaluated by a selection committee.
The Call for Speakers for the July 2023 Round is now open and due by July 21, 2023 . Those who are interested should apply by completing the nomination form and include two letters of support. Speakers who are selected into the ESP Panel will have a 2-year term, which may be renewed. For more details and the nomination form, see the Call for Speakers page .
The list of India-based speakers who are part of ACM's Distinguished Speaker Program is available on the DSP site. ACM India chapters, conferences, academic institutions and industry organizations may also invite them directly using the DSP invitation criteria and workflow by following the individual speaker's link accessible from there.