annual biannual occasional SIGSEGV
Conference is the flagship conference of the ACH Special Interest Group on
Silly and EGregious Violations of common sense. It is the world's premier
forum for researchers, developers, programmers, and teachers of computer
technology with terrible ideas. Academic and industrial participants present
research and experience papers that cover the full range of harebrained ideas
in computer and information science, from single-word programming languages
and incompetent search algorithms to deliberately unstable operating
SIGSEGV 2018 will be held on March 24, 2018 at Room 114, Gates Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA, Earth, Sol System, Milky Way, Local Group, Virgo Supercluster, Observable Universe.
Thanks to everyone who attended SIGSEGV 2018! This year's conference was a great success. Presentations and/or papers from the conference are now available on the Program page for your perusal.
Registration is now open! If you plan on attending the conference (either as a speaker or an audience member), please register by going to the registration page. This will help the conference organizers ensure there is enough food for everyone.
Abstract submissions are now being accepted online. Submit your abstract here. Remember, paper titles and abstracts can be changed any time before the final submission deadline.
|Abstract registration deadline|
|Paper submission deadline|
|Papers posted online||April 1, 2018|
|Conference||March 24, 2018|
This conference is organized by the Computer Science Graduate Organization at Cornell University. It is funded by the GPSA FC, and open to all members of the graduate community at Cornell.
We are grateful, as always, to our industrial sponsors, including Aperture Science, Black Mesa Research, Praxis Systems, and Subarashii Amalgamated.In addition, we would like to extend a special thank-you to our C++ guru, w̡h̀o w̡ro̸ţe͡ t͢he co̶de ̸th͝at͝ g͘e͝ne̢r̴a̵t҉e̷d̷ ţhis̡ w̡̨̛͝e̢̡̨͠͏b̷̕͜͡ś͡i̷̸