CSearch Call for Student Submissions

Submission Deadline : September 18th 2020 Midnight

CS-Can|Info-Can is working in collaboration with the Queen’s University School of Computing to present the CSearch conference.

After two successful years running a student-based computing research conference at Queen’s University, CSearch will present an expanded and exciting national virtual conference on October 2nd, 3rd and 4th.

The CSearch conference will feature three amazing keynote speakers:

Yoshua Bengio, Professor at Université de Montréal and Scientific Director, Mila on Deep Learning: Past and Future Challenges, including the societal challenges;

Sherry Shannon Vanstone, CEO, Profound Impact, on her successful career in cryptography;

Ting Hu, Assistant Professor at the Queen’s School of Computing on bioinformatics problem solving with inspirations from natural evolution.

CSearch is currently accepting Abstract Submissions from students from across Canada. Accepted submissions will be featured in oral or poster presentations during the conference.

This is a great place to showcase recent or past work to a large audience of Canadian researchers. Please submit your abstract by midnight, September 18, 2020 at:

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Information about the full conference program and (free) registration will be available the week of September 7.

We hope you’ll join us this coming October, and we look forward to being able to meet (virtually) with the computing research community across Canada.  For more information about the conference and to register, please visit:

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