March 26-27, 2021 ALL VIRTUAL

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

The event provides a venue for future computing professionals to gain confidence in their skills, network with each other, and learn from accomplished technical women. The event includes distinguished speakers, panels on academia and industry, student and faculty presentations, a student research poster contest, and a career fair for students in computing fields.

CAPWIC 2021 will be held entirely online, on March 26-27. All levels of experience are welcome.

January 28, 2021
Call for Submissions
February 23, 2021
Abstract Submission
March 9, 2021
Notification of Acceptances
March 16, 2021
Scholarship Application Deadline
March 19, 2021
Notification of Scholarship Acceptances
March 23, 2021
Registration deadline
March 26-27, 2021
Attend Virtually!!


Cheryl Seals
Cheryl Seals

Cheryl Denise Seals is a Professor of Computer Science & Software Engineering at Auburn University. She has taught and developed eight courses during her tenure (i.e. HCI, UI, AI, etc.) and directed the development of dozens of software systems …


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 .


Student registration rates are made possible by our sponsors. More information coming soon...


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.