Friday afternoon (only) we will be located in President's Hall. This is a short walk from Madison Hotel and the several nearby parking decks.

Friday evening, and all day Saturday, we will be located in 1 physical structure that is technically considered 2 buildings:


Friday afternoon

Friday evening


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Time Title Location Description
3:00PM - 6:30PM Registration President's Hall Check in at Registration.
3:30PM - 5:00PM JMU Showcase
and Career Fair
President's Hall Meet our sponsoring recruiters and learn about our host campus for 2019 of James Madison University.
5:00PM - 5:40PM Keynote: Blockchain, Smart Contract, and the Gap Between Expectation and Reality President's Hall
Dr. Wengjing Lou

W.C. English Professor of Computer Science at Virginia Tech and Fellow of the IEEE

5:40PM - 5:45PM Break President's Hall Break
5:45PM - 6:30PM Dinner and Keynote President's Hall
Karen Jackson

President of Apogee Strategic Partners

6:30PM - 10:00PM Registration ISAT/CS Atrium On-site registration.
7:00PM - 10:00PM High School Game Night and Rube Goldberg Machine Coding Jam
ISAT/CS 246 High School Game Night

Meet other High School students and enjoy each other's company while playing games.

ISAT/CS 259 Rube Goldberg Coding Jam

Work together in teams to make a series of programs that will trigger each other with technical support from our sponsor WillowTree .

Time Title Location Description
8:00AM - 8:45AM Breakfast
and Registration
ISAT/CS Atrium Kick off the day with Breakfast in the Atrium.
8:45AM - 9:00AM Opening Remarks EnGeo 2301 Welcome to CAPWIC 2019.
9:00AM - 9:40AM Keynote: Computing and Me: An Unlikely Partnership EnGeo 2301
Dr. Deb Crawford

Vice President for Research at George Mason University

9:40AM - 9:45AM Break ISAT/CS Break
9:45AM - 10:45AM 1A Parallel Sessions
ISAT/CS 243 Research Shorts
Reasoning Over RDF Knowledge Bases Using Deep Learning

Determining the Probabilistic Cybersecurity Risk Assessment using Bayesian Approach

Deep Reinforcement Learning for UAV Battery Lifetime Prediction On the Perspective of On-the-Fly Wireless Charging

ISAT/CS 259 Panel
Graduate School - Is it for me?

ISAT/CS 159 Flash Talks
Soft Skills in a Technical World

Women, the Humanities, and Technology

Is Student Success Embedded in Technology?

Earth Hacks: A University Hackathon to Generate Interdisciplinary Solutions to Pressing Environmental Problems

Six Hours of Cybersecurity

Website Design for Optimal User Experience

10:45AM - 10:50AM Break ISAT/CS Break
10:50AM - 11:30AM 1B Parallel Sessions
ISAT/CS 243 Workshop
Agile Tools: Epics to User Stories
ISAT/CS 259 Panel
Women in Leadership

ISAT/CS 159 Flash Talks
Cybersecurity Issues for Drones

Asymmetric Label Noise for Multiclass Classification

Density Functional Theory Investigation of Ethanol Catalysis on Metal Surface

Earth Hacks: A University Hackathon to Generate Interdisciplinary Solutions to Pressing Environmental Problems

Scalar Adjective Research through Model Assessment

11:30AM - 11:40AM Break ISAT/CS Break
11:40AM - 12:40PM 2A Parallel Sessions
ISAT/CS 243 Research Shorts
Case Study on the Information Technology Infrastructure of a K-12 School System

Student’s Computer Anxiety in First Computer Programming Course

Case Rethinking Smart Built Environments Design: Introducing A Mixed Reality Based User-Centric Design Framework

ISAT/CS 246 Birds-of-a-Feather Discussions
Women of Color

Imposter Syndrome

ISAT/CS 159 Technical Talks
Open Source Expressive Software for Calculation of Quantum Mechanical Systems in Liquid

The Business of Bots

ISAT/CS 140 Workshop
What Would You Say or Do? Interrupting Bias in Academic Settings

12:40PM - 1:50PM
Poster Session,
and Career Fair
ISAT/CS Posters
Empowering Student Voice Through Writing and Technology

Grow-Slow: An Interactive Hourglass for Promoting Self-Growth

A Multisensory Design Probe: An Approach for Reducing Technostress

An Interactive Application for Inversive Geometry

Calculating the Probability of an Exactly Tied Rlection in a Statistically Tied Race

Dialect-Specific Models for Automatic Speech Recognition of African American Vernacular English

Cybersecurity applied in Non-Profits

Leveraging Vehicles as Compute Resources on the Road in Smart Cities

Dukes Inspiring Girls Into Technology Across Limits (DIGITAL) - A Technology Conference for Middle and High School Girls

The Ethical Simulator

Educating Young Girls

ISAT/CS Career Fair
1:50PM - 2:30PM 2B Parallel Sessions
ISAT/CS 159 Flash Talks
Wearable Computing for Physical Rehabilitation

Assistive Tech for Pedestrian Navigation with Populations with Low or Impaired Vision

ISAT/CS 159 Technical Talk
With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility: Web Accessibility

ISAT/CS 143 Workshop
Intro to Machine Learning for Beginners
ISAT/CS 250 Workshop
Learn How to Find and Manage All Your Bibliographic Sources – Make Zotero Work for You!
ISAT/CS 246 Birds-of-a-Feather Discussion
Women in Leadership

2:30PM - 2:35PM Break ISAT/CS Break
2:35PM - 3:35PM 3A Parallel Sessions
ISAT/CS 243 Research Shorts
Assessing Bias Removal from Word Embeddings

Data Mining and Manipulation for Explorations of Water Megamaser Disks

Cave Explorer VR

ISAT/CS 140 Workshop
What Would You Say or Do? Interrupting Bias in Academic Settings

ISAT/CS 159 Technical Talks
Think Globally, Act Locally: Best Practices for Software Internationalization

The Basics of Cryptography

3:35PM - 3:45PM Break ISAT/CS Break
3:45PM - 4:25PM 3B Parallel Sessions
ISAT/CS 259 Panel
Tech Careers 101: An Introduction to the Realities of Tech Careers

ISAT/CS 143 Workshop
The Power of CSS

ISAT/CS 246 Birds-of-a-Feather Discussion
Male Allies

4:25PM - 4:30PM Break ISAT/CS Break
4:30PM - 5:10PM Keynote: Blazing Your Own Trail in Cybersecurity EnGeo 2301
Dr. Amelia Estwick

Program Manager for the National Cybersecurity Institute at Excelsior College and Cybersecurity Faculty Program Director within Excelsior College's School of Graduate Studies

5:10PM - 5:30PM Closing Session
and Awards Ceremony
EnGeo 2301