ITiCSE, 8-13 July 2022

The Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education (ITiCSE) is the premier international informatics education conference in Europe. ITiCSE 2022 will take place in-person in Dublin, Ireland, as well as online, and will be hosted by University College Dublin (UCD), with support from the Technological University of Dublin (TU Dublin). It will include sessions, papers, and panels on topics such as security, remote learning, informatics, game-based teaching, broadening participation in computing, exploring learner resilience and performance, and AI. Keynote speakers will be Elizabeth Oldham (Trinity College Dublin), Titus Winters (Google), and Letizia Jaccheri (Norwegian University of Science and Technology). 


GECCO, 9-13 July 2022

The Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO) presents the latest high-quality results in genetic and evolutionary computation since 1999. Topics include: genetic algorithms, genetic programming, ant colony optimisation and swarm intelligence, complex systems (artificial life, robotics, evolvable hardware, generative and developmental systems, artificial immune systems), digital entertainment technologies and arts, evolutionary combinatorial optimisation and metaheuristics, evolutionary machine learning, evolutionary multi-objective optimisation, evolutionary numerical optimisation, real world applications, search-based software engineering, theory, and more. Keynote speakers include Meinolf Sellmann (InsideOpt), Cynthia Breazeal (MIT), and Erik Goodman (BEACON). This will be a hybrid event held in-person in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, and online.


DAC 10–14 July 2022

The Design Automation Conference (DAC) is recognised as the premier event for the design and design automation of electronic chips to systems. DAC offers outstanding training, education, exhibits and superb networking opportunities for designers, researchers, tool developers and vendors. It will include topics and workshops on: Open Automatic Design for Neural Networks; Hardware Security; Cyber-Physical Systems; Hyperdimensional Computing for Machine Learning; and many more. This event will be held in-person in San Francisco, California, USA. Keynote speakers will be Mark Papermaster (AMD), Anirudh Devgan (Cadence Design Systems), Steve Teig (Perceive), and Giovanni De Micheli (EPFL).


SIGIR, 11–15 July 2022

The 45th International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval consists of five days of full papers, short papers, resource papers, demonstrations, tutorials, workshops, doctoral consortium papers, and perspectives papers focused on research and development in the area of information retrieval, as well as an industry track and social events. It will feature keynotes by Alistair Moffat (The University of Melbourne), Jaime Teevan (Microsoft), Eneko Agirre (University of the Basque Country), and Ruhi Sarikaya (Amazon). Workshops will include: eCommerce; Deep Reinforcement Learning for Information Retrieval; Search-Oriented Conversational Artificial Intelligence; Patent Text Mining and Semantic Technologies; Reaching Efficiency in Neural Information Retrieval; and News Recommendation and Analytics. This will a hybrid event, with in-person attendance in Madrid, Spain.


PODC, 25–29 July 2022

The ACM Symposium on Principles of Distributed Computing has grown to become one of the premier conferences on algorithms for distributed computation, including the theory, design, analysis, implementation, and application of such algorithms to domains stretching from traditional long-haul networks to mobile and sensor networks. This year’s event will be held in-person in Salerno, Italy. It will feature workshops and tutorials on includes workshops on Advanced Tools, Programming Languages, and Platforms for Implementing and Evaluating Algorithms for Distributed Systems; Distributed Learning; Distributed Algorithms on Realistic Network Models; and Dispersion of Mobile Robots. Keynote speakers are Michael Scott (University of Rochester), Seny Kamara (Brown University), and Merav Parter (Weizmann Institute).