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ACM TURC 2018 (SIGCSE China)

The ACM TURC 2018 (SIGCSE China) conference is a new leading international forum at the intersection of computer science and the learning sciences, seeking to improve practice and theories of CS education. ACM TURC 2018 (SIGCSE China) will be held in Shanghai, China, May 19-20, 2018. We invite colleagues from around the world to contribute to, review for, and attend ACM TURC 2018 (SIGCSE China). We encourage you to share your new ideas for computing syllabi, laboratories, teaching, pedagogy, and education research.
The ACM TURC 2018 (SIGCSE China) theme “CS for More” highlights our goal to engage More Chinese educators to create new ideas on how to teach, empower and energize their students. This is also to boost More collaboration of CS education in China and worldwide. The submission Web page for SIGCSE China 2018 is

More information about China ACM SIGCSE Chapter can be found




2018-05-19: Conference Room 2#

Keynote Speech 1


Amber Settle, De Paul University, SIGCSE Chair
Fifty Years of SIGCSE: Now and Moving Forward
Chair: Juan Chen

Keynote Speech 2


Alison Clear, Estern Institute of Technology, CC2020 Chair
ACM/IEEE CC2020 Overview
Chair: Ming Zhang 

Panel 1


Shuang Zhou, Hui Yan, John Impagliazzo and Ming Zhang
Chinese Perspectives on IT Education

Research Track Session 1


Juan Chen, Parallel Programming Course Development based on Parallel Computational Thinking

Xiaobin Zhang, Design and Practice of Arduino Experiments for "E&I" Oriented Education

Kun Ma, Outcome-based School-Enterprise Cooperative Software Engineering Training

Yanyan Jiang, Needle: Detecting Code Plagiarism on Student Submissions

Zhiyao Niu, Exploring Causes for the Dropout on Massive Open Online Courses

Qiang Liu, Evaluating the Effectiveness of Situational Case-Based Teaching: A View of Concept Mapping

Wenju Zhou, The Framework of a New Online Judge System for Programming



Panel 2


Amber Settle, Alison Clear, John Impagliazzo, Bo Yang, Juan Chen and Ming Zhang
Computer Curricula for the future


2018-05-20: Conference Room 2#

Keynote Speech 3


Qinghua Zheng, Vice-chancellor of Xi’an Jiaotong University

AI Driving Intelligent Teaching and Learning
Chair: Junlin Lu

Keynote Speech 4


John Impagliazzo, Hofstra University
Abet Accreditation
Chair: Xi Wu

Panel 3 


John Impagliazzo, Weiqing Tang, Xi Wu, Juan Chen and Junlin Lu

Abet Accreditation 

Research Track Session 2 

Qi Qi, Temporal Models for Personalized Grade Prediction in Massive

Open Online Courses

Laiquan Han, Intelligent Knowledge Recommendation Algorithm Research and Practice

Li Shen, Design of Paper CPU Project to Improve Student Understanding of CPU Working Principle

Bin Xu, Self-paced Learning with Identification Refinement for SPOC Student Grading

Ming Zhang, Ada Workshop: Study and Practice on Improving Gender Diversity in Computer Science Industry

Shumin Shi, The Construction and Practice of Integration Cultivation Mechanism for Innovative Talents in CS Discipline

Jiaqi Xin, Integration of Ethics Issues into Software Engineering Management Education

Xiaoxin Wang, Utilizing Knowledge Graph and Student Testing Behavior Data for Personalized Exercise Recommendation

Qiong Chen, An Application of Online Exam in Discrete Mathematics Course






Amber Settle  (De Paul University )
The Chair of ACM SIGCSE
Title: Fifty Years of SIGCSE: Now and Moving Forward
Bio: Amber Settle is a Professor in the School of Computing at DePaul University and has been on the fulltime faculty since 1996. She earned a B.S. in mathematics and a B.A. in German from the University of Arizona, and a M.S. and Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Chicago.  Dr. Settle’s research interests include computer science and information technology education and theoretical computer science. Dr. Settle was named as a Vincent DePaul Professor in 2004. She has served on the Advisory Board for the ACM Special Interest Group for Computer Science Education (SIGCSE) since 2010 and is currently the Chair of SIGCSE. Dr. Settle has also served on the program and/or conference committees for RESPECT 2016, SIGITE/RIIT 2013, 2014, and 2015, and ITiCSE 2013. She has been a Senior Member of the ACM since 2011.



Alison Clear  (Estern Institute of Technology)
CC2020 Chair
Title: ACM/IEEE CC2020 Overview
Bio: Alison Clear is a fellow of the Institute of Information Technology Professionals (IITP), which is the professional body of all computing professionals in New Zealand. In her capacity as previous chair of the Computing and Information Technology Research and Education (CITRENZ) she has been involved in curriculum development in New Zealand on many levels from pre-degree, degree, masters and to doctorate level. She is the leader of ACM/IEEE CC2020 Steering Group, which is seeking to show and map how computing curricula relate to a newly specified framework.



John Impagliazzo  (Hofstra University)
Title: Abet Accreditation
Bio: Professor Emeritus John Impagliazzo chaired the committee that produced the 2016 ACM/IEEE Computer Engineering Curriculum Report (CE2016) and was the principal co-author and editor of its predecessor, CE2004. Additionally, he was a key member of the committee that produced the ACM/IEEE Computing Curricula 2005 Report (CC2005), which defined computing disciplines and has become one of the most referenced documents on the subject in the world. He has just completed the information technology (IT2017) report and is now working on global computing curricular guidelines CC2020 project. Dr. Impagliazzo chaired the IFIP Working Group 9.7 (History of Computing), served for many years on the IEEE History Committee, and chaired the ACM Accreditation Committee for twelve years. He served in various capacities on the ACM Education Board for three decades and is an ABET program evaluator for both computing and engineering programs. As a program evaluator or team chair for governments and agencies or as an expert consultant, he has evaluated over eighty computing and engineering programs worldwide. Impagliazzo was the founding editor-in-chief of the ACM Inroads magazine, produced eighteen books, published hundreds of articles, promoted computing ethics, and helped develop a history of computing. Impagliazzo is a Fellow and Life Member of IEEE, a Fellow of CSAB, and a Distinguished Educator of ACM.



Qinghua Zheng  (Xi’an Jiaotong University)
Vice-chancellor of Xi’an Jiaotong University
Title: AI Driving Intelligent Teaching and Learning
Bio: Qinghua Zheng is a professor in the Department of Computer and the vice-chancellor of Xi’an Jiaotong University. His research interests are in knowledge engineering of big data and software trustworthiness evaluation. He is a winner of the NSFC Fund for Distinguished Young Scientists, the Yangtze River Scholar Project, the chief professor of Foundation for Innovative Research Groups of the National Natural Science Foundation of China. He has achieved three national science and technology prizes and two national teaching achievement awards. He has published over 220 publications in prestigious journals and conferences and invented more than 60 granted patents. He served as a general chair for a number of international conferences.




PC Co-Chairs
Juan Chen (National University of Defense Technology)  
Junlin Lu (Peking University)

Publication Chair
Junlin Lu (Peking University)

PC Members
Ming Zhang (Peking University)
Bo Yang (Linyi University)
Weidong Liu (Tsinghua University)
Wenzhi Chen (Zhejiang University) 
Wenjun Wu (Beihang University) 
Xiaoqiu Shi (Wenzhou University)
Hongbo Jiang (Huazhong University of Science and Technology)
Wei Dong (National University of Defense Technology)
Fei Han (Higher Education Press)
Tian Song (Beijing Institute of Technology)
Yanchun Sun (Peking University)
Lin Wang (University of Jinan)
Hongzhi Wang (Harbin Institute of Technology)
Sheng Xiao (Hunan University)
Chunfeng Yuan (Nanjing University)
Li Zhang (China Agricultural University) 
Yu Zhang (University of Science and Technology of China)
Jumin Zhao (Taiyuan University of Technology)
Xi Wu (Chengdu University of Information Technology)
Hong Yu (Dalian Ocean University) 
Jianguo Wei (Tianjin University)