Australasian Computer Science Week 2011

17th - 20th January, 2011


ACSW 2011 is now over

Many thanks to all those who attended and contributed to the conference to make it a successful event. We hope you enjoyed your time in Perth and look forward to seeing you in ACSW 2012 to be held at RMIT in Melbourne, Australia.



Welcome

The Department of Computing at Curtin University is hosting the 2011 Australasian Computer Science Week (ACSW) conference in January 2011. It will be held on-campus at Curtin University (how to get to Curtin).

News

  • Keynote speeches will be available via Live Webcast. For recorded keynotes, see the keynote speakers page.

  • Please note that the ADC program has been modified - the updated version will be used to run the sessions.

    The ACSW 2011 Handbook is available for download.

  • The ACSW 2011 Handbook is available for download.

  • Detailed conference program now finalised.

  • (22-Nov-2010) Keynote speakers are now confirmed.

  • (11-Nov-2010) ACE 2011 Workshops are now confirmed and will be held on Monday 17 January 2011:
    • 9:00am - 12:30pm : ViLLE workshop
    • 1:30pm - 5:00pm - Developing an Exam Taxonomy Workshop

  • (22-Oct-2010) Please be aware that authors with papers accepted to one or more ACSW2011 conference must Register by 12 November 2010. At least one author must register for each accepted paper.

  • (21-Oct-2010) Registration Form is now available (scroll to below the fee structure to see the form).

  • (04-Oct-2010) The ACSW Fee Structure for Registration is now available.

Important Dates - SUBMISSION EXTENDED

Submission Deadline: 16 August 2010 30 August 2010 (EXCEPT ACE)
Notification of Acceptance: 4 October 2010 11 October 2010
Final Camera-Ready Papers: 5 November 2010 10 November 2010
Author Registration Deadline: 12 November 2010
Early-Bird Registration Deadline: 6 December 2010

Conference: 17-20 January 2011

ACSW is an international multi-conference event for Computer Science professionals, researchers and students that occurs under the auspices of the Computing Research and Education Association (CORE), an association of university departments of Computer Science in Australia and New Zealand. ACSW 2011 includes a number of conferences and workshops. Details of the individual conferences are listed below.

Authors should submit papers to the respective conference and workshop as listed above. Attendees at ACSW are welcome to join any of the sessions for any of the conferences or workshops. Authors should submit abstracts and/or full papers to the respective conference and workshop program committees.

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