How Sharing My Ideas Helped Me

“The SRC provided me with a great opportunity to present my research and share my interest and curiosity with computer scientists. Further, it solidified my decision to pursue research in computer science after my undergraduate study.” 

— Sherry Ruan, McGill University
ICFP 2014                                    

“Being part of ACM SRC, where I have opportunity to present my research to a large number of researchers from both industry and academia, will help me achieve my maximum potential in my research field.” 

— Omid Abari, MIT

“ACM SRC was a premier opportunity to showcase our research to an audience of expert researchers. It is not only about science and research but about communication and presentation skills. It is an all-round experience that a student researcher should not miss. ” 

—Tharindu Rusira, University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka
CGO 2015

“The SRC is a great way to get exposure for your work and get feedback from the leading minds in the field. I had numerous conversations with established members of the field who gave both encouragement and constructive feedback.”

—David Weintrop, Northwestern University

CHI2017 SRC Call for Participation

The Student Research Competition (SRC) is a forum for undergraduate and graduate students to showcase their research, exchange ideas, and improve their communication skills while competing for prizes at CHI 2017. 

Submission deadline: 13 January 2017 (20:00 EST)


“ Participating in SRC was a wonderful experience. It gave me an opportunity to interact and present my work to a broad and diverse audience not limited to my research field. It was fun!” 

—Snigdha Chaturvedi, University of Maryland
Grace Hopper 2014

“Presenting my research in the presence of other students and leading researchers was extraordinary. It gave me a perfect opportunity to practice pitching and defending my own research outcomes. Most of all, time with other students was really amazing!” 

—Kyoungwon Seo, Hanyang University, Korea
CHI 2014     

“The SRC was a very valuable and enjoyable experience. The insights I gained from judges and other attendees broadened my understanding of how the problems I worked on fit into the broader picture of the programming languages community. ” 

—Matthew Loring, Cornell University
PLDI 2014