April 24-25, 2009
Please read the
from the Conference Chairs.
The CCSCNE brings together faculty, staff, and students from academic institutions throughout the Northeast for exchange of ideas and information concerning undergraduate computing curricula.
This conference provides an affordable regional forum for the exchange of information and ideas pertaining to the concerns of computing and computing curricula in a smaller academic environment. The conference proper runs from Friday at 1:00 p.m. to Saturday at 2:00 p.m. and includes a plenary speaker on Friday at 1:00, a Friday evening banquet, a Saturday morning speaker, a Saturday luncheon, parallel paper sessions, tutorials, panels, a faculty poster session, a student poster display on undergraduate research, and vendor displays. There are pre-conference workshops, and a pre-conference programming contest.
Sun Microsystems Laboratories
Title: Unsecuring the Internet: A New Government Policy?
Jeannette M. Wing
President's Professor of Computer Science
Carnegie Mellon University
Title: Computational Thinking
The Conference Program is now available.
Authors are invited to submit: papers; proposals for panels, tutorials and workshops; and abstracts for a faculty poster session (new in 2009). Undergraduate students are invited to submit poster abstracts for an exhibit on undergraduate research. More information is available on the authors page.
Vendors are invited to purchase display tables at the conference, and to sponsor breaks or the reception. Direct questions to email@example.com
A pre-conference Computer Programming Contest for 3-person college teams will be held on Friday morning, April 24th from 9:00am to noon, preceded by a briefing on contest rules and the computer system. Space is limited and pre-registration is required. There is a $50 non-refundable team fee; in addition, each team member must register for the conference. A faculty sponsor is required. Rules will be similar to the ACM International Contest. All judging will be done objectively using sets of data meant to test exemplary cases. Winners will be announced at the Friday banquet.
Direct all questions regarding the programming contest to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Birds of a feather (BOF) tables will be made available at the banquet, subject to advanced notice. Those who wish to suggest topics or volunteer as BOF group leaders should send email to email@example.com in advance of the conference.
Lonnie Fairchild, SUNY Plattsburgh
Tim Fossum, SUNY Potsdam
Stephen Bloch, Adelphi University
Mark Hoffman, Quinnipiac University
Paul Tymann, Rochester Institute of Technology
Faculty Posters Chair
David Hemmendinger, Union College
Undergraduate Posters Chairs
Rameen Mohammadi, SUNY Oswego
Brian Ladd, SUNY Potsdam
Ingrid Russell, University of Hartford
Adrian Ionescu, Wagner College
Frank Ford, Providence College
Programming Contest Chairs
Frank Ford, Providence College
Del Hart, SUNY Plattsburgh
Stanislav Kurkovsky, Central Connecticut State University
Sandeep Mitra, SUNY Brockport
Ziya Arnavut, SUNY Fredonia
Local Arrangements Chair
William Teter, SUNY Plattsburgh
Birds of A Feather Coordinator
Karl Wurst, Worcester State College