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.
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.