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General Information

The oldest continuously running annual conference of the ACM invites papers in all areas of computer science as well as in two theme areas: Intelligent Systems and Biologically Inspired Computing. ACMSE provides an excellent forum for both faculty and students to present their research in a friendly and dynamic atmosphere. Please consider submitting an original paper in one of the categories described below. All submissions will be peer-reviewed.


All paper and poster submissions must be prepared for blind review and should not contain references to author name(s), home institution(s) or other identifying information (including self-references). All proposals should be submitted electronically through the conference web site ( in either PDF, Postscript or Microsoft Word format. Submitted papers must follow the publication style for ACM SIG proceedings (2 column, 9 point Times Roman, etc). Templates and examples can be found at

Regular and Student papers must not exceed 6 pages in length, when formatted correctly, including references and figures.

Extended abstracts submitted for inclusion in the Poster sessions must not exceed 2 pages in length, when formatted correctly, including references and figures. They should include sections describing the Problem and Motivation, Background and Related Work, Approach and Uniqueness and Results and Contributions. An award for Best Poster will be presented, based on a vote by attendees at the Poster Sessions. Extended abstracts should clearly indicate on the title (EXTENDED ABSTRACT), this will ensure the correct handling of your submission.

The conference proceedings will include accepted regular and student papers, extended abstracts for faculty and student posters and abstracts of tutorial sessions.

ACMSE 2006 is hosted by the Computer Sciences Department of the Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne, Florida, U.S.A. The City of Melbourne is located on Florida's Space Coast, about 1 hour's drive south of the Kennedy Space Center and 1 ½ hours east of Orlando, Disney World and Universal Studios. The Melbourne International Airport has direct flights to Atlanta and several cities in Florida.