Australasian Computer Science Week 2009
19th-23rd January 2009
ACSW 2009 is now over
Thanks for attending, we hope you had a great time in Wellington. Please see Australasian Computer Science Week 2010
hosted by Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in Brisbane, Australia.
Articles from the Press on ACSW 2009
The School of Engineering and Computer Science
at Victoria University of Wellington
is pleased to host the Australasian Computer Science Week (ACSW) conference at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
in Wellington, New Zealand in January, 2009.
The Australasian Computer Science Week (ACSW) is an international multi-conference event for Computer Science professionals, researchers and students, and occurs under the auspices of the Computing Research and Education Association (formerly the Computer Science Association). ACSW 2009 includes the 32nd Australasian Computer Science Conference (ACSC), the premier generalist forum for Computer Science Academics from Australia and New Zealand.
A feature of the conference will be keynote addresses
by experts in the fields of databases, wikis, teaching computing and Grid computing.
ACSW2009 will be opened by New Zealand's Minister of Research Science and Technology, the Hon. Dr. Wayne Mapp.
We hope that you can submit a paper to one of the ACSW conferences or workshops and see us here in Wellington. Check out the CFPs
for ACSC and related conferences/workshops and key dates
such as early bird registration, submission dates, etc.
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to keep updated when new details are available on the website. Please also consider printing off our A4 flyer and display it to help us publicise the conference. We have two versions available. A lower-resolution version
(252 KB) suitable for printing as a A4 flyer or high-resolution version
(4.6 MB) suitable for printing as an A3 poster.
If you have any questions about ACSW2009, please contact ACSW2009 co-chair, Alex_Potanin
. Should you have any questions or comments related to the website, please contact Craig_Anslow