The Lewis & Clark ACM Student Chapter organizes a periodic peer-reviewed, student-organized journal of computational research carried out by students.
The Journal’s committee is made up of students who serve on the board of the Lewis & Clark College ACM Student Chapter, with help from the Chapter’s faculty and staff advisors. In addition to students on the board, volunteer peer-reviewers were also recruited from upper-level computer science students. The aim of this journal is to provide a realistic introduction to the process of submitting peer-reviewed research, allow students to develop their technical writing skills, and show off interesting projects they have worked on.
The 2019 Spring issue of the journal is out. Stay tuned for details on the fall’s edition!
Our call for papers is out:
The ACM student chapter is putting together a mini peer-reviewed journal! If you’d like to learn how peer reviewed research works, and possibly get a sort of “mini-publication” to put on your CV, keep reading!
The ACM Chapter is accepting short papers about computational topics. Some good possible topics include but are not limited to:-
- class projects you are particularly proud of
- Individual projects you’ve worked on outside of class- Novel algorithms or other computational methods
- Just any CS thing you’ve done that you’re proud of- Hackathon Projects
If you’d like to be a peer-reviewer (the reviews will be double-blind) please contact the club.
If you want to write a paper, make a copy of the following template and write in it. Leave in the bold headings:
Submit your paper through this form:
Papers are due May 3rd, and authors will be notified of acceptance/rejection on May 6.