The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing is a great opportunity to gain professional visibility as a subject matter expert, expand your network, learn about new and exciting technologies and inspire other women in computing. Submit a proposal for a workshop, technical talk, or panel for this year’s conference!

IMPORTANT DATES:

Jan 19th
8:00 AM PST*:
March 20th
11:59 PM PST*:
May 22nd
by 11:59 PM PST*:
Call for Participation opens. Call for Participation closes. (DEADLINE) Accept/Reject notifications will be emailed.
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*PST: Pacific Standard Time

There will be no deadline extensions. Please make sure to add do_not_reply@linklings.com to your safe list to receive notifications from the conference.

GHC 2015 TOPIC AREAS

Technology

Technology

We seek diverse submissions spanning both academia and industry, addressing issues of current importance in research or practice in the following areas of computing:

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Productization

Productization

To ensure a successful product, there are many crucial functions required throughout the product life cycle beyond just software development.This technical track on Productization invites submissions on the latest trends and practices.

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Emerging Tech

Emerging Tech

This technical track focuses on the growth of technology, devices, and processes that are connected to the Internet and the impact this emerging technology has on our society. Read more and submit to Internet of Things/Wearable Tech track.

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Open Source

Open Source

Free and open source software (FOSS) is changing the world of software. Not only are many new technologies being developed but the whole way of interacting and working is different. Share your stories, successes and projects – teach others how to participate in FOSS. Read more and submit to Open Source track.

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Organizational Inclusion

Career Zone

The Career zone includes tracks that focus on professional development and leadership for women technologists from – Industry, Academia, Undergraduate and Graduate Students. We invite submissions that provide novel approaches or fresh perspectives on:

This is not a platform for recruiting or sales pitches; such proposals will not be accepted.

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Organizational Inclusion

Organizational Inclusion

This track is seeking submissions that describe innovative solutions that organizations have adopted to:

  • Create an inclusive culture for women in tech;
  • Highlight unique recruiting, retaining and advancement strategies and
  • Describe effective solutions that engage male advocates in creating a change.

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Poster

GHC Poster Session

GHC hosts one of the largest technical poster sessions. There are various categories of posters that are accepted. They include:

  • Technical Posters that are submitted to be part of the ACM Student Research Competition for Undergraduate and Graduate students.
  • Technical Posters that are submitted to be part of the General Poster Session.
  • Community, Outreach Posters that are submitted to be part of the General Poster Session.

The goal of the poster session is to provide an opportunity for an informal discussion of one’s research with conference attendees. It is an excellent way to convey ideas and results not yet developed into a full paper. You can submit work that has already been accepted at other conference venues.

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