The Computing Conference track gives students, faculty, and industry participants the opportunity to interact in a local forum. Attendees will learn about current research and industry best practices for product development, testing, deployment, and operation. Topics in this track will include:

  •  Computing Trends

Database Systems; UX and Visualization; e‑Business, e‑Learning and e‑Government; Modeling and Simulation; Data Science; Computing Education and Recruitment; Computing Frontiers

  •  Software Engineering

Software Design and Design Patterns; Software Reliability, Safety and Security Methods; Software Engineering Methodologies; Software Testing; Evaluation and Analysis Technologies

  •  Medicine and Healthcare

Bioinformatics; Health Informatics; Biomedical Engineering and Sciences; Medical Image Processing and Object Recognition

  •  Intelligent Systems

Artificial Intelligence; Machine Learning and Deep Learning; Cognitive Computing; Information and Knowledge Engineering; Data Mining; Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition

  •  Security & Communication

Privacy; Internet Security; Cryptography; Secure Storage and Transactions; Parallel & Distributed Computing; Internet of Things; Wireless/Mobile Communication; Cloud Computing

  •  Capstone Projects and Undergraduate Research in Computer Science


  •  Advancing Teaching and Learning

Effective Teaching Activities; Challenges due to COVID-19; Learning Methodologies and Practices; Teaching Experiences and Pedagogies; Professional Development; Interdisciplinary Education; Engaging Undergraduate Students in Research; K-12 Education Initiatives; Industry and Education Collaboration

  •  Technology in Teaching and Learning

Innovation Strategies; Infrastructure Technologies; Digital Learning Materials; Online and Distance Learning; Smart Classrooms; Virtual and Remote Labs; Social Media Techniques; Game-Based Learning

  •  Accreditation and Assessment

Curriculum Design and Development; Accreditation and Quality Control; Assessment and Evaluation; Retention and Support Strategies; Educational Innovation, International Experiences; Role of Laboratories

  •  Diversity and Inclusion Issues

Academic Leadership, Diversity, and Inclusion; Assessing Diversity and Inclusion Programs; Skills Development and Competencies; Challenges Facing International Students, Faculty, and Staff; Professional and Ethical Responsibility; Supporting First-generation College Students

Paper Submission

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Paper submissions are being accepted through February 17th,  2024. Learn more about paper submission and prepare by reading the IEEE Policy & Guidelines.