The Department of Computer Science at Millersville University is excited to host the 34th Annual Spring Conference of the Pennsylvania Computer and Information Science Educators (PACISE), a professional organization representing faculty in all areas of computing and computing education in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.
The theme of this year’s conference is Applications of Machine Learning. Submissions are not restricted to this topic; topics in all areas of computer science, computer education, computer engineering, and related computing fields will be considered. Submissions are being solicited in the following areas:
Faculty are asked to encourage students who are involved in research and large projects to submit their work.
The complete Call for Submissions can be downloaded as a PDF here
Early Registration Deadline: March 20, 2019
Students, Faculty, and Guests will all be required to register by completing a Registration Form.
As a reminder, submissions will only be accepted if the presenter registers and attends the PACISE conference.
The programming competition will return once again this year. Teams of up to three students will have 3.5 hours to solve as many of the assigned programming problems as possible. We will adhere to (relaxed) ICPC rules. Additional information and registration for the programming competition will be posted by late January.
New to PACISE this year, the security competition will adhere to a "capture-the-flag" like competition where teams of up to 5 students will be given a set of security-oriented problems to solve in a specific amount of time. Teams will be permitted to use as many computers as they'd like with any set of tools (e.g. Kali Linux). Additional information and registration for the security competition will be posted by late January.
We will add a tentative schedule by mid-December
We have reserved a block of rooms at a few hotels nearby. Rooms will only be held until March 12, 2019. Be sure to mention PACISE when reserving a room.