39th ACM-SE Conf.

39th Annual ACM Southeast Conference

March 16-17, 2001

The Georgia Center
University of Georgia
Athens, Georgia

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The 39th Annual ACM Southeast Conference ( 39th ACM-SE Conf.) which is being hosted by the Computer Science Department at the University of Georgia is seeking papers from students and researchers located in the Southeastern United States.

See the call-for-papers or the conference brochure for more details.

Organizing Committee:

General/Co-Program Chair Jeffrey W. Smith University of Georgia seacm+cs-uga-edu
Program/Exhibits Chair John A. Miller University of Georgia jam+cs-uga-edu
Tutorial/Keynote Chair David Gries University of Georgia gries+cs-uga-edu
Publicity Chair Thiab R. Taha University of Georgia thiab+cs-uga-edu
Local Arrangements Chair Hamid R. Arabnia University of Georgia hra+cs-uga-edu

Keynote Speaker:

Fred B. SCHNEIDER is a professor at Cornell's Computer Science Department. He has an M.S. and Ph.D. from SUNY Stony Brook and a B.S. from Cornell. Dr. Schneider is author of the graduate text "On Concurrent Programming" and co-author (with David Gries) of the undergraduate text "A Logical Approach to Discrete Math". He is a fellow of AAAS and ACM and is Professor at Large at University of Tromso (Norway). In addition to chairing the National Research Council's study committee on information systems trustworthiness and editing "Trust in Cyberspace", Schneider is co-managing editor of Springer-Verlag's Texts and Monographs in Computer Science, and serves on a number of journal editorial boards. He holds patents in the area of fault-tolerant system design and is a founding member of SUN's Java Security Advisory Council.

Last year's conference: 38th Annual ACM Southeast Conference

History of conference: Past Conferences

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