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LaTiCE - International conferences on Learning and Teaching in Computing and Engineering

UpCERG organises the annual International Conference on Learning and Teaching in Computing and Engineering (LaTiCE). The aim is to create a platform towards sharing rigorous research and current practices being conducted in computing and engineering education and to foster the creating of computing education communities and future generations of computing and engineering professionals and researchers.

The conference is jointly organized with host universities and is technically co-sponsored by the Special Technical Community for Education Research (STC Education), which is an IEEE Computer Society initiative to connect those interested in all forms of educational research and pedagogy in the field of computing and engineering. The proceedings are available in the IEEE Explore.

Three conferences have been held in Macau (2013), Malaysia (2014), Taiwan (2015), India (2016), and Hong Kong (2017). The sixth conference in the series will take place in New Zealand in 2018.

2018

LaTiCE 2018 will be organised in Auckland, New Zealand, April 20 - 22 2018. The conference aims to create a platform towards sharing rigorous research and current practices being conducted in computing and engineering education. The conference focuses on the unique challenges of learning and teaching computing and engineering in multi-cultural contexts in universities and high schools and on innovative and emergent practices that are informed by pragmatic scholarship.

LaTiCE 2018 is jointly organized by Auckland University of Technology and Eastern Institute of Technology in Auckland New Zealand and the Uppsala Computing Education Research Group (UpCERG), Uppsala University, Sweden. It is technically co-sponsored by the Special Technical Community for Education Research (STC Education).
General chairs: Anders Berglund, and Tony Clear
Program Co-Chairs: Alison Clear, Jacqueline Whalley
Publication chair: Arnold Pears
Finance Chair: James Harland

2017

The LaTiCE 2017 was organised in Hong Kong April 20 - 23 hosted by the Faculty of Education and Hong kong University and organised jointly by Uppsala Computing Education Research Group (UpCERG), Uppsala University, Sweden, and RMIT University, Australia.

Conference co-chairs: Anders Berglund, Roger Hadgraft, and James Harland
Publication chair: Arnold Pears

2016

The LaTiCE conference in India was organized by the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay (IITB) and will took place from April 1st to April 3rd, 2016. The conference is a gathering for presentations of research papers, practice sharing papers, work-in- process papers, and display of posters and demos. A doctoral consortium precedes the conference on March 31st, 2016.
Conference co-chairs: Sridhar Iyer and Neena Thota
Publication chair: Arnold Pears
Doctoral Consortium chairs: Anders Berglund, Tony Clear, and Sahana Murthy

2015

The third LaTiCE conference in Taipei, Taiwan, was held at National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU). A total of 123 paper submissions were received and 46 were accepted for oral or poster presentation. In addition, a Doctoral Consortium with 8 attendees and half-day workshop took place a day before the conference.
Conference co-chairs: Greg Lee, Anders Berglund and Cheng-Chih Wu
Publication chair: Arnold Pears and Yu-Tzu Lin
Doctoral Consortium chairs: Neena Thota and Ching-Kun Hsu

2014

The second LaTiCE conference in Kuching, Malaysia was hosted by Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM). The conference received 122 proposals for scholarly contributions. Of these submissions 38 were accepted as full papers, and 18 as short papers. The overall acceptance rate was 46% percent, and the acceptance rate for full papers was 31% percent of original submissions.
Conference co-chairs: Baharuddin Aris and Ali Selamat
Publication chair: Arnold Pears
Doctoral Consortium chairs: Anders Berglund, Greg Lee, Fatin Aliah Phang Abdullah,and Mohd Fadzil Daud

2013

The first LaTiCE conference was held in 2013 in Macau, at the University of Saint Joseph (USJ). The conference received a total of 84 scholarly contributions and eight applications to participate in the Doctoral Consortium (a forum for PhD students in the field to discuss their work with senior researchers attending the conference). After rigorous double blind review of the scholarly submissions 40 of the 84 original submissions were selected for inclusion in the conference proceedings. This represents an overall acceptance rate of 48% for the conference.
Conference co-chairs: Anders Berglund and Neena Thota
Publication chair: Arnold Pears
Doctoral Consortium chairs: Anna Eckerdal, Alvaro Barbosa, Greg Lee

Updated  2017-12-07 19:20:32 by Anders Berglund.