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Keynote 2022: Prof. Tiffany Barnes

Keynote 2022: Prof. Tiffany Barnes

We are very pleased to announce that Prof. Tiffany Barnes will be presenting the keynote at Koli Calling 2022. Tiffany Barnes is a Distinguished Professor of Computer Science at North Carolina State University, and a Distinguished Member of the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM). Prof. Barnes is Founding Co-Director of the STARS Computing Corps, a Broadening Participation in Computing Alliance funded by the U.S.A. National Science Foundation.  Her internationally recognized research program focuses on transforming education with AI-driven learning games…

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Supplemental Material

Supplemental Material

For the first time, all Koli submission tracks allow for the submission of optional, supplemental material such as additional figures, raw data, or analysis code. Please see the submission guide for details.

2022 Student Conference Grants

2022 Student Conference Grants

We are pleased to announce the availability of several Student Conference Grants for Koli Calling 2022. Each grant covers the hotel fee for in-person attendance at Koli Calling 2022. To apply, please fill in the application form by midnight on Friday, September 23, 2022. Preference will be given to students who have had work accepted and who have never attended Koli.

Koli Calling 2021 Awards

Koli Calling 2021 Awards

Thank you to all of the attendees, authors, reviewers, and organizers who supported the Koli Calling community this year! We are looking forward to seeing you at Koli Calling 2022 … in Koli! This year, Koli recognized Superb Reviewers, who contributed to the conference through consistently excellent feedback to authors and significant contributions to the discussion. The PC members recognized are:     Paul Denny (University of Auckland)    Stephen Edwards (Virginia Tech)    Shriram Krishnamurthi (Brown University)    Juho Leinonen (University…

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