Display Area

Poster sessions will take place in the conference building hall. The organization will provide a display board for each poster with specifications as follow. Posters will be attached to display boards using pins, which will be provided on-site.

Display boards have an available area of:
           150 cm high * 180 cm wide (about 5 * 6 feet)
The recommended format/size for posters is A0 type:
           84 cm high * 119 cm wide (about 3 * 4 feet)
Posters should not exceed:
           105 cm high * 135 cm wide (about 3.5 * 4.5 feet)

 


 

Poster Session Schedule

Session 1: Monday, June 27th, 10:50 to 11:20 AM

Time for attaching posters: between 8.30 and 10.50 AM
Time for removing posters: before 12.40 PM
P1-01 Students Evaluating Faculty: A Subjective Process Jacobo Carrasquel
P1-02 Computing Curricula Overview Project John Impagliazzo
P1-03 Advanced Programming in Java Workshop - Teaching Methodology Tamar Benaya, Ela Zur
P1-04 Using the BlueJ IDE in a Data Structures Course James H. Paterson, John Haddow, Miriam Birch, Alex Monaghan
P1-05 Introducing Object-Oriented Analysis and Design in Undergraduate Courses: A Pattern-based Approach Haitham S. Hamza
P1-06 Learning Repetition Structures in Programming Maria Josť Marcelino
P1-07 Why Children Are Out of the CS Rethinking Process? Giovanni M. Bianco and Simonetta Tinazzi
P1-08 Weathering MindStorms with Drizzle and DIODE in CS0 J.C. Ernest, A.S. Bowser, S. Ghule, S. Sudireddy, J.P. Porter, D.A. Talbert, and M.J. Kosa
P1-09 Knowledge Sharing as a Innovative Educational Practice: Educating Knowledge Technologies Peter Mikulecky
P1-10 Guidelines for a Multiple-Goal CS Introductory Course: Algorithm Problem-Solving Woven into OOP Orna Muller, Bruria Haberman
P1-11 Distributed Team Performance in Software Development M.L.Hause
P1-12 Computer Game Arena: a Showcase for Computer Game Projects Edmond Cyril Prakash
 

Session 2: Monday, June 27th, 3:20 to 3:50 PM

Time for attaching posters: between 12.40 and 3.20 PM
Time for removing posters: before 5.10 PM
P2-01 Teaching XML in a Web Development Context James H. Paterson, Frances McCormick, Gerry Creechan
P2-02 Teaching to Analyze Solutions Using FGA Ilana Bass, Dvir Lanzberg
P2-03 Curricular Projects of the ACM Two-Year College Education Committee Robert D. Campbell, Elizabeth K. Hawthorne, Karl J. Klee
P2-04 Reductive Thinking in Undergraduate CS Courses Michal Armoni, Judith Gal-Ezer
P2-05 Application of Topic Maps in E-Learning Environment Kamila Olsevicova
P2-06 "Computer Science, Academy and Industry" Educational Project Bruria Haberman, Cecile Yehezkel
P2-07 Two Possible Approaches for an Intermediate GUI Course Rui Pais, Joao Paulo Barros
P2-08 Computing History: Interesting Times David Hemmendinger
P2-09 Extending Undergraduate CS Programs With Informatics: Emphasizing Software and System Design in Context David G. Kay, Andre van der Hoek, Debra J. Richardson
P2-10 The Difficult Art of Pruning in Favour of Creative Thinking Riccardo Massarelli
P2-11 Exploiting Visual Feedback to Teach Fundamental Concepts in Undergraduate Artificial Intelligence Terence Clifton
P2-12 Challenges in Teaching the Pumping Lemma in Automata Theory Course Mark Trakhtenbrot
 

Session 3: Wednesday, June 29, 10:30 to 11:00 AM

Time for attaching posters: between 8.30 and 10.30 AM
Time for removing posters: before 12.20 PM
P3-01 Design, Development, and Validation of a Learning Object for CS1 Gwen Nugent, Leen-Kiat Soh, Ashok Samal, Suzette Person, Jeff Lang
P3-02 Reverse Engineering Techniques to Enhance Software Engineering Education Ahmad Ghafarian
P3-03 ExploreCSEd: Exploring Skills and Difficulties in Programming Education Ioanna Stamouli, Marjahan Begum, Rebecca Mancy
P3-04 Knowledge-Based Support of Newcomers Integration into a Organization Vladimir Bures, Daniela Ponce
P3-05 Moving from Mailing Lists to Web-Based Discussion Forums Artur Miguel Dias
P3-06 Introducing Recursion by Using Multimedia Tammy Rosenthal
P3-07 Toward Integrating Computing Concepts into the K-12 Curriculum Cindy Hood, D.J. Hood
P3-08 Implicit Functions Lab: A Collaboratory for Computer Graphics Edmond Cyril Prakash
P3-09 Bridging Media Breaks in Presence Presentations Georg Turban
P3-10 What Attracts Women to CS? Vicki L. Almstrum, Mary Z. Last
P3-11 Use a Little History John Impagliazzo
P3-12 Using Hands-on Activities for Motivating Students with OOP before They Are Asked to Implement Them Xinogalos Stelios, Satratzemi Maya
P3-13 Complex Analysis in a Computer Graphics Course Vladimir Nodelman
P3-14 Development of Object-understanding Among Students in the Humanities Morten Lindholm