Computing and Social Good 2018
San Francisco, California | 20-22 June 2018
Preliminary Call for Papers
The first annual ACM SIGCAS Conference on Computing and Social Good (CSG2018) 
invites submissions of Full Papers for the conference to be hosted at Facebook 
from June 20-22, 2017.  CSG2018 is a re-creation of the ACM DEV conference, 
which was held annually between 2010 and 2016.  The new conference expands the 
focus of the original conference to explicitly welcome work on underrepresented 
communities worldwide   and to include work on sustainability.    To ensure 
strong technical contributions, the conference will accept papers based on 
tracks corresponding to the computing areas they draw upon.  The tracks for the 
2018 conference are Systems, HCI, Data Science, Sustainability and 
Applications.    The CSG conference will have a model of rolling submissions, 
as has been adopted by several other top conferences.   As this is a transition 
year for the conference, there will be two separate submission dates.  Papers 
submitted on the first deadline may be given the option of revise and resubmit 
for consideration of acceptance at the conference.
Important dates
January 12, 2018.   Round one deadline for submission of Full Papers.
February 16, 2018:  Round two deadline for submission of Full Papers.
March 2, 2018: Notification of decisions for Full Papers submitted for round 
March 30, 2018:  Deadline for resubmission of round one papers that were not 
accepted, but invited to resubmit.
March 30, 2018:  Notification of decisions for Full Papers submitted for round 
April 13, 2018:  Notification of decisions on resubmitted papers of round one.
May 4, 2018:  Camera-ready of Full Papers accepted in rounds one and two due.
All submission are due 11:59 pm UTC.
This is a preliminary release of a call for papers for the CSG 2018 conference. 
As additional details are developed, this call for papers will be revised 
accordingly. The deadlines for full papers will not change, so researchers can 
start planning their submissions.   Full papers will have a length limit of 10 
pages. We anticipate that the conference will have notes or posters; details of 
requirements for notes will be announced later.
General Conference Chair
Ellen Zegura, Georgia Institute of Technology
Program Committee Chairs
Richard Anderson, University of Washington
Lakshmi Subramanian, New York University
Ellen Zegura, Georgia Institute of Technology
Notes Chairs
Kurtis Heimerl, University of Washington
Local Arrangement Chairs
Kashif Ali, Facebook
CSG Steering Committee
Program Committee

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