Exhibitors and Supporters
The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE) is a community of approximately 2,600 educators and students possessing a passion for studying and improving the state of computer science education at all levels. The annual SIGCSE Technical Symposium is the flagship conference of our organization, and is attended by approximately 1,300 people. Conference attendees travel from across the globe to learn new educational techniques, to examine the latest textbooks, to share ideas with colleagues, to talk with computing professionals, and to acquire hands-on experience with new hardware and software, including software development environments, classroom presentation technologies, on-line collaboration tools, and robotics.
Are You Interested in Becoming a Supporter and/or Exhibitor?
- The SIGCSE 2012 Invitation to Exhibit / Conference Support Opportunities document (PDF; opens in new window) provides details on how your organization can connect with our community.
- View the SIGCSE 2012 exhibit hall floor plan
- Here are two views of the SIGCSE 2008 Exhibit Hall. The 2012 conference is in a different location, but we hope that these views will give you a sense of what the 2012 exhibition space will look like. (Click on each for a larger version.)
SIGCSE 2012 Supporters and Exhibitors
Platinum Plus Supporter
Additional Support Provided By:
Questions about supporting and exhibiting at SIGCSE 2012 can be directed to the Exhibit Manager or our Supporter / Exhibitor Liaison.
Prof. Susan Rodger at Duke University is a long time attendee of SIGCSE and
was a Symposium Co-Chair for SIGCSE 2008.
D. Lawrence Planners LLC
SIGCSE Exhibition Management
1125 Atlantic Avenue STE 634
Atlantic City, NJ 08401