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Working on exciting new research this year? You are invited to participate in the premiere undergraduate research conference of 2019. Whether you’re working in a team, on your own, or just have a stellar idea, CUCSC 2019 is the best platform to present it.
Submission Deadline: June 16th, 2019
Acceptance Notification: June 30th, 2019
Camera Ready Due: July 14th, 2019
Conference: July 25th to July 27th, 2019
The theme this year is “The Future Of Computer Science” and as such will focus largely on
up and coming fields in computer science as detailed in the topics list below, though submissions
in any area of computer science will be considered.
Computer Networks and Communications
Social Network Analysis
Health Informatics and Bioinformatics
Database, Data Mining and Big Data Analytics
Image Processing, Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition
Game and Multimedia
Grid and Scalable Computing
Intelligent Information Systems and Decision Support Systems
IT and Business Management
Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing
Modeling and Simulation
Cloud Computing and Services
Parallel and Distributed Systems
Network Security and Privacy
Artificial Intelligence, Neural Networks, Deep Learning, Evolutionary Algorithms
Web and Internet Computing
IoT, Smart Cities, Cars, Houses and Devices
E-Commerce, E-government and E-societies
Applications of Computer Science in Various Fields
Future of Computer Science and IT
This year, the Canadian Undergraduate Computer Science Conference is pleased to present
3 different streams for submissions:
A maximum 8 pages research paper on a research topic you have made significant work in. These papers should contain details on your methodology, results, conclusions, and all other important aspects of your research. The presentation for the selected papers will be vocal. Submissions not accepted as a research presentation will be automatically considered for an abstract presentation.
A maximum 4 pages extended abstract on a research topic you are knowledgeable and passionate about. Priority will be given to students with new discoveries and breakthroughs, though all submissions will be considered. Presentations can be in the form of poster boards or laptop presentations, so be sure to prepare your abstract based on the presentation that will best convey the material.
We are also pleased to offer an idea pitching session as part of our conference proceedings. Students who have a practical idea and a well-formed solution to key business initiatives are welcomed to pitch their idea to a panel of internationally renowned business professionals. This is a prime networking and scaling opportunities for new and emerging businesses.
All submissions will be peer reviewed by the technical committee.
An undergrad does not need to be the primary author to present, but they should have contributed to the research by being an author of the publication and have a thorough understanding of it to present it in detail.