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Computing Research News
Items from the Computing Community Consortium (CCC) Blog.
July 1st was the start of a new term at CCC! The Computing Community Consortium (CCC) is happy to announce that Liz Bradley from the University of Colorado-Boulder is the new Chair and Dan Lopresti from Lehigh University is the Vice Chair. Mark D. Hill from the University of Wisconsin-Madison is the Chair Emeritus. The CCC Chair and Vice Chair both serve two-year terms; at the culmination of the two years, the Vice Chair typically becomes the new Chair.
The CCC also welcomes seven new council members, nominated by colleagues in the computing research community.
The Computing Community Consortium (CCC) has released a white paper titled Evolving Methods for Evaluating and Disseminating Computing Research.
The Computing Community Consortium (CCC) is pleased to announce the release of the Computational Support for Substance Use Disorder Prevention, Detection, Treatment, and Recovery Workshop Report.
Recently, CCC Council Member Katie Siek wrote an op-ed called “Why fitness trackers may not give you all the ‘credit’ you hoped for” in The Conversation that questioned the accuracy of these fitness trackers.
CCC is seeking nominations for the CCC Council. This year, we are particularly interested in researchers in computer vision, bioinformatics, programming languages, and networking. The deadline is February, 7th, 2020.
CCC is issuing a new call for proposals for activities that will catalyze and enable innovative research at the frontiers of computing, due by April 15, 2020 for Fall 2020 visioning workshops.
CCC recently released the Thermodynamic Computing workshop report, the output of the CCC’s January 2019 visioning workshop of the same name.
The “Identifying Research Challenges in Post Quantum Cryptography Migration and Cryptographic Agility” workshop organizers, David Ott (VMware) and Chris Peikert (University of Michigan), are pleased to announce the release of the final workshop report.
CCC recently released the Algorithmic and Economic Perspectives on Fairness workshop report.
Slides summarizing the roadmap are now available. We encourage you to use these when sharing the community vision.