The 3rd Annual Microsoft Academic Days Conference on Game Development (GDCSE'08) - February 28-March 3, 2008 aboard the Celebrity Century Cruise Ship is expected to attract ~400 of the top research and teaching faculty in Computer Science, with an interest in gaming advances, from around the world. The conference is held in cooperation with ACM SIGCSE and is co-sponsored by Microsoft Research and Electronic Arts.
Microsoft Academic Days on Game Development in Computer Science Education (GDCSE'08) is an opportunity for university faculty to learn and interact with researchers and technology specialists nationwide who actively contributed to the development of several successful projects in the area of Game Development for Computer Science. The purpose of this conference is to share the experiences of faculty involved in the creation and management of Computer Science classes using game development with the wider audience of Computer Science faculty.
Topics will be explicitly related to the use of game development in Computer Science Education, including:
Agenda: The conference runs from 12:00 noon on Thursday, February 28, 2008 on the Celebrity Century cruise ship docked in the Port of Miami, and concludes on Monday, March 3, 2008. Complete agenda can be viewed online at https://www.msadgd08.net/Agenda.aspx? (and is being updated continuously). The current list of confirmed GDCSE'08 general session & tech talk speakers includes: