Queen’s University is excited to host CSearch, the inaugural Computing Student Research Conference. For the first time, students from across Canada, will get together to share views, discuss research, and present their projects at Queen’s University in Kingston. The conference caters to both graduate and undergraduate students, encouraging the exchange of ideas, and fostering the discovery of new possibilities.
Our mission is to allow students in the technology 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.
Sign up and participate in our coding competition for a chance to win prizes! The competition beings at 2:15pm on Saturday at Grant Hall. A grand prize of $200 and runner-up prize of $100 are up for grabs!
Join us on September 28th-29th in Kingston Ontario for an event filled with information on hot topics in the field of technology, networking opportunities, and social events.
Have you been doing any cool research or project over the summer? Interested in attending the conference free of charge? Want a chance to win great prizes? Then enter our research competition by submitting an abstract of your work. Entries are open now!
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CSearch would not be possible without the help of our sponsors