UCD CS to host the 27th ACM Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education

The UCD School of Computer Science is hosting the 27th ACM Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education (ACM ITiCSE) conference from July 11-13. ITiCSE is sponsored by the ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE) and 2022 is the first hybrid ITiCSE. We are expecting 150+ attendees onsite and ~200 virtual. Held annually in Europe, ITiCSE is the second-oldest and second-largest computer science education conference. Conference Chairs are Brett Becker (UCD CS) and Keith Quille (TU Dublin).
Registration is now open at iticse.acm.org/2022 and early-bird rates close May 31 but registration will remain open until the conference. On-site registration will be possible. There is a reception on Sunday evening, along with the traditional ITiCSE excursion and banquet on Tuesday afternoon and evening. 
This year there were a record number of paper submissions (276) of which 79 accepted papers will be delivered over three days in five parallel sessions, in addition to panels, posters, special sessions, nine working groups, and three keynotes: 
  • Professor Letizia Jaccheri, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU): "Gender Issues in Computer Science Research, Education and Society"
  • Titus Winters, Principal Engineer at Google: "The Gap Between Industry and CS Education"
  • Elizabeth Oldham, Trinity College Dublin: "Computing in the Irish School Curriculum: What Can We Learn from a Fifty-Year Adventure?"
Details including a provisional program are available at iticse.acm.org/2022
Published 26.05.22