Undergraduate students are invited to present their best work – including research projects, creative works, multidisciplinary projects, and capstone projects – in the Student Showcase. Team and individual submissions are welcome. Deadline for Student showcase submissions is September 20, 2019.
Submissions will be judged in two categories:
The Discovery track is for undergraduate scholarship that produces new knowledge
The Application track is for works that apply computing in interesting ways
The Student Showcase welcomes traditional posters as well as other forms of display.
To submit a project for consideration for the student showcase,
please fill out thisGoogle form.
Please note that a 150-300 word description of the project is required.
Accepted student showcase submissions will be judged by computing professionals based on the following qualities. Sample questions are provided for guidance.
clear goals (“What is the goal of this work? What problem are you solving?”)
adequate preparation (“How did you get ready to do this work?”)
appropriate methods (“How did you solve your problem? Why did you approach the problem in this way?”)
significant results (“What was the result of this work? Who is affected by this work?”)
effective presentation (“How well does this poster or demonstration communicate what is important about this work?”)
reflective critique (“What would you do differently? What does this mean for you and your career?”)
For more information contact:
Paul Gestwicki ()
Student Showcase Chair
Ball State University
Showcase participants mustRegisterfor the full conference student rate.