Queen’s University is excited to host CSearch for its second year! The Computing Student Research Conference invites students from across Canada to get together to discuss research, share views, and present their research projects at Queen’s University in Kingston, ON. The conference caters to both graduate and undergraduate students, encouraging the exchange of ideas, and fostering the discovery of new possibilities and future research. In addition to sharing and spreading the knowledge of our fellow Canadians, CSearch 2019 will be a sustainable conference for the first time!
Our mission is to allow students in the computing field to exchange ideas and interact amongst researchers from other academic institutions. This conference will allow students to expand their horizons in terms of what areas their research may affect and to explore new avenues of scientific possibilities. We aim to help students build and expand their academic network, and learn from the best researchers in North America.
Join us October 4 & 5 at Queen’s University in Kingston, ON for an event filled with all things research in the Computer Science field. Enjoy networking opportunities throughout the conference and social events for after hours.
Showcase your research at our poster session; a more relaxed and interactive presentation for those who dislike public speaking or just prefer posters to powerpoint! Share what you’ve been working on to students and professionals from across Canada by submitting an abstract today!
Learn a new skill at one of our tutorials! Two tutorials will be offered at CSearch 2019 covering topics related to blockchains and model driven programming. For more information on the tutorials and the presenters click below!
CSearch would not be possible without the help of our sponsors.