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Students

Register today! Participate as an observer or give presentations. Over $3000 in cash prizes!

Registration Deadline: Friday, January 31, 2020

There are many ways for students of all majors to participate in SCRF. Those curious about computing research and innovation can attend as observers. Students who have been working on research or projects are encouraged to enter one (or all!) of the student presentations, alone or in a group.

Only women may participate alone, and all groups must feature at least one woman student. Groups that also feature students from underrepresented populations — including Blacks and African Americans, Hispanics, American Indians, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, Native Pacific Islanders, and persons with disabilities — in the computing field will be given priority if space or time becomes limited.

Student Presentation Types

Research Lightning Talks

PhD students only

Each individual is given 5 minutes to give a presentation on their current research.

Poster/Demonstration

Open to undergraduate and graduate students

Students present posters and demos showing their dissertation/thesis work, REU projects, independent study projects, or course projects.

Exhibition

Open to undergraduate and graduate students

Students showcase their projects in a variety of media. These may include software, apps, hardware, artifacts, multimedia, games, websites, books, and more. The exhibition doesn’t need to be about academic work. It must be related to computing.

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SCRF - a festival for all UTA students in computing
February 17, 2020

Funding for the Event Provided By

National Center for Women and Information Technology

Microsoft Research

Other Sponsors

Lockheed Martin
Lockheed Martin is a Platinum Sponsor

IEEE
IEEE Fort Worth Section is a Gold Sponsor

Rotary
Arlington Sunrise Rotary Club is a Gold Sponsor

Of Interest

OurCS@DFW is also happening at UTA. Learn more about it.


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