April 5-6, 2024

CAPWIC is the ACM Capital Region Celebration of Women in Computing and provides a low-cost, regionally tailored, small conference for women and minorities in computing. The participants include women (students, faculty, and professionals), as well as all supporters of women in computing.

The conference will be hosted by the University of Virginia, on April 5-6, 2024. All levels of experience are welcome.

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If you're bringing multiple attendees from your school or organization, we can work with you! Please contact us so that we help with group payments and registration.

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Suggested Hotels

We have arranged a block of rooms at each of the following hotels. In addition to these, some attendees choose to seek lodging accommodations at other hotels or via AirBNB.

  1. Draftsman - $252/night with the following room types:
    1. Doubles
  2. Courtyard Marriott - $249/night with the following room types:
    1. Double Queens
    2. King + Pull-out Sofa
February 9 12, 2024
Abstract Submission
February 9, 2024
Student Scholarship Applications Opened
March 26, 2024
(🚨Registration Extended!)
March 4, 2024
Reserve Hotel at Conference Rate
March 22, 2024
Registration Deadline for Individuals and Groups
April 5-6, 2024
Attend in-Person!


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Scholarships 💰 are available to attend CAPWIC every year! CAPWIC Scholarship Awardees have ranged from first-year students in high school, to senior Ph.D. student in graduate school.

Community Standards

Code of Conduct

CAPWIC's top priority is that participants feel welcome, comfortable, respected, and safe while attending. As an official ACM-W celebration, we adhere to the ACM Code of Conduct .