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The ITiCSE 2003 conference was held in Thessaloniki, Greece, and hosted by the University of Macedonia (156 Egnatia Str., Thessaloniki). The Conference was sponsored by the ACM Special Interest Group in Computer Science Education (SIGCSE). The program consisted of invited lectures, working groups, tutorials, exhibits, and technical sessions featuring papers, panels, posters, demonstrations and "tips & techniques" sessions.

Location: Thessaloniki is one of the oldest cities in Europe, founded in 316 B.C. on a site of old prehistoric settlements by Cassander, King of Macedonia, and was named after his wife Thessaloniki, sister of Alexander the Great. It is now an important commercial port with a population of one million and is situated on the shores of the Thermaikos Gulf. The old sector of the city is full of monuments dating from the Roman and Byzantine times. Greek cuisine and Thessaloniki restaurants, in particular, are excellent. You can taste traditional dishes, especially fish and seafood. Also, the city has a variety of international restaurants, lively bars and nightclubs.

Conference: We are proud to announce our keynote speakers:

  • Maria Klawe, President of ACM, Dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Science, Princeton University
  • Donald E. Knuth, Professor Emeritus of The Art of Computer Programming, Stanford University
  • Christos H. Papadimitriou, Professor, Computer Science Division, University of California at Berkeley


ITiCSE 2004
Leeds UK
28-30 June, 2004

July 2, 2003
Nomination of
Knuth and
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July 2, 2003
Keynote address
Don Knuth
download the video (270MB)

July 1, 2003
Keynote address
Ch. Papadimitriou
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Mar 19, 2003
Advance Program
is on-line