About the Modularity 2016 Student Research Competition
Modularity 2016 will host an ACM Student Research Competition (SRC). The ACM competition — sponsored by Microsoft Research — recognizes and rewards outstanding student research. It wants to enable students to meet with experienced researchers of their field and share their research. The SRC is also intended as an opportunity for students to improve their presentation and communication skills. Students can receive feedback from distinguished judges from industry and academia.
The top three winners in each category (undergraduate and graduate) will be recognized during the conference banquet and will receive prizes of US $500, US $300, and US $200, respectively. The first place winners of the Modularity 2016 SRC are invited to compete with winners from other conferences in the ACM Student Research Competition Grand Finals.
Accepted research abstracts will be published in the Modularity 2016 companion.
Students selected for the SRC posters session are entitled to a travel expense stipend, up to a maximum of US $500, given they are ACM members at that time.
For all further questions feel free to contact the Student Event Co-Chairs:
Tobias Pape and Henrique Rebêlo
For more information about the ACM SRC, please visit the FAQ.
The ACM Student Research Competition is sponsored by Microsoft Research.