Kurtis Heimerl kheimerl at cs.washington.edu
Tue May 8 05:58:36 UTC 2018

The first annual ACM SIGCAS Conference on Computing and Sustainable
Societies (COMPASS 2018 <https://acmcompass.org/>) invites you to join us
at at Facebook (Menlo Park, CA) and The Tech Museum of Innovation (San
Jose, CA)  from June 20th to June 22nd, 2018. The first day of the
conference will be at The Tech Museum, and the latter two days will be at
Facebook.  ACM COMPASS 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. The proceedings include 39 papers (
https://acmcompass.org/papers) and 10 notes (https://acmcompass.org/cfn/)
in the areas of sustainability, development, and data science. Some
particular works of note for the DC3 community include Adaptive Threshold
Setting for Determining Spectrum Occupancy in TV White Space (note), DIY
Model for Mobile Network Deployment: A Step Towards 5G for All (note),
Multi-Access Edge Computing Platform for Community Mesh Networks (paper),
and Nation-State Hegemony in Internet Routing (paper).

We also have open slots available for poster presentations of
works-in-progress. If you’re interested in attending and submitting a
proposal, please reach out to Nithya (nithyasamba at google.com) with your
poster title and a brief (1-2 page) write up detailing the project.

Registration is now open
<https://www.regonline.com/registration/Checkin.aspx?EventID=2313635>, with
the early registration deadline May 15th, 2-18. There are also  a few
travel awards (max of $500) available. Preference will be given to
presenting authors, international attendees, students, or first timers to
COMPASS/ICTD/DEV. To apply for a travel award, fill out the following form
by May 11: https://goo.gl/forms/xreO1wb1saD7Szev1

Public Key: flowcrypt.com/pub/munncha at gmail.com
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