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.
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 this Google 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?”)
Submissions are due September 14, 2018. For more information contact:
Paul Gestwicki (ude.u1534728599sb@ik1534728599ciwts1534728599egvp1534728599)
Student Showcase Chair
Ball State University
Showcase participants must Register for the full conference student rate.