ITiCSE Conference

We are calling for expressions of interest in the ITiCSE leadership for future years.

The Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education conference (ITiCSE) is a SIGCSE conference that has been held annually since 1996, in late June or early July. It has been held in many different countries (see list below). Attendance regularly exceeds 200. This conference brings together delegates from all over the world to address pressing issues in computing education. In addition to invited lectures, paper, panel, poster and "tips & techniques" sessions, the conference provides facilities and exposure for working groups of up to ten members, whose final reports may be published by SIGCSE. Exhibits and tutorials are also offered. Plus good food, good company and interesting locales. If you have never been to an ITiCSE, do yourself a favor and go. You will not regret it!

Typical ITiCSE Schedule
  • Saturday Working groups arrive and meet
  • Sunday Working groups meet, delegates arrive, opening reception
  • Monday Conference opening, Keynote speech, followed by a full day of sessions
  • Tuesday A.M.: Plenary meeting followed by sessions
  • Tuesday P.M.: Tourist excursion(s)
  • Tuesday Evening: Conference Dinner
  • Wednesday Plenary meeting followed by a full day of sessions
  • Poster sessions at coffee breaks Monday through Wednesday.
ITiCSE Specific Policies
All Conference Policies

Get Involved: Proposing an ITiCSE Location

The ITiCSE Steering Committee would like to hear from computing faculty interested in hosting an ITiCSE conference at their institution or those interested in serving as program chairs. Here is the call for Expressing Interest in the leadership for future ITiCSE.

For further information about hosting ITiCSE, here are some guidelines.

Get Involved: Application for Membership of the Conference Committee

Prospective ITiCSE Conference Committee members are expected to have previous ITiCSE involvement including previous conference attendance. Working group participation and previous conference organizing experience are, while not strictly required, highly recommended.

If interested, apply to be a member of the conference committee by filling out this form. See the section on Policies (below) for details on responsibilities for the different positions.

Past, present and future ITiCSE conferences

Follow the links to conference web sites and proceedings.

ITiCSE History

A History of SIGCSE Events (maintained by Susan Rodger)