Participation in the conference is open to everyone interested in computational sustainability. The conference will include short talks, panels and discussions, poster sessions, and invited talks. A key goal of the conference is to promote and facilitate interactions and networking between researchers in sustainability domains with researchers in computational sciences, as well as among computer scientists in different research areas.
Submissions for presentations
|* The submission deadline and notification dates were extended on May 19.|
|Abstract submission||May 24, 2016*|
|Doctoral consortium application||May 24, 2016*|
|Notification of acceptance||May 28, 2016*|
|Early registration deadline||June 3, 2016 (5pm EDT)|
|Conference||July 6-8, 2016|
If you are interested in presenting your work, please provide a pdf document (max 3 pages) containing an extended abstract that summarizes the relevant research to be presented.
Abstracts should be submitted through EasyChair: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=compsust2016.
Please see the additional instructions on the submission page. In particular, you will be asked to provide:
- a cover letter (in plain-text) explaining the nature of your research and how your interests relate to computational sustainability.
Please also refer to the information about the Doctoral Consortium and Junior Researcher Program.
Submissions will be selected based on novelty and technical merit, relevance to conference goals and topics, research and geographic diversity, and overall balance across topics
If you have questions, please contact the conference Chairs: Thomas Dietterich (Oregon State University), Bistra Dilkina (Georgia Institute of Technology), Angela Fuller (U.S. Geological Survey, Cornell University), Carla Gomes (Cornell University), Zico Kolter (Carnegie Mellon University), and Milind Tambe (University of Southern California).