Global Representation

In recognition of the global nature of curricular interest, practice and innovation in Computer Science, the CS202X task force has strived for representation and contributions from around the world.  The following is a summary of international representation on the task force. The task force invites further participation and contributions in both Curricular Guidelines volume and Curricular Practices volume.

Africa-Middle East
  • Egypt
    • Sherif G. Aly, American University in Cairo, Egypt (SC)
    • Sherif Hazem, Central Bank of Egypt, Egypt (SEC)
    • Moustafa Youssef, American University in Cairo, Egypt (NC)
  • Qatar
    • Khaled Harras, CMU Qatar (NC)
  • South Africa
    • Michelle Kuttel, University of Cape Town, South Africa (PL)
Asia-Pacific
  • India
    • Pankaj Jalote, IIIT Delhi, India (SC)
    • Viraj Kumar, ACM India Education Committee, India (SDF)
  • New Zealand
    • Andrew Luxton-Reilly, University of Auckland, New Zealand (SDF)
    • James Noble, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand (PL)
  • People’s Republic of China (PRC)
    • Qiao Xiang, Xiamen University, PRC (SC)
    • Ennan Zhai, Alibaba Group, PRC (SF)

Europe and UK

  • Germany
    • Annette Bieniusa, TU Kaiserslautern, Germany (PL)
  • Ireland
    • Brett A. Becker, University College Dublin, Ireland (SC)
  • Italy
    • Renzo Davoli, University of Bologna, Italy (OS)
    • Matthias Hauswirth, University of Lugano, Italy (SF)
  • Poland
    • Maciej M. Syslo, Warsaw School of Computer Science, Warsaw, Poland (AL)
  • Spain
    • Sergey Gorinsky, IMDEA Networks Institute, Madrid, Spain (NC)
  • UK
    • Thomas Crick, Swansea University, UK (MOD)
    • Alan Dearle, University of St. Andrews, Scotland (PL)
    • Michael Scott, Falmouth University, UK (SPD)
    • Adam Vartanian, Synthace, London, UK (SE)
North America
  • Canada
    • Xi (Alex) Chen, Samsung, Canada (NC)
    • Jeff Lait, SideFX, Toronto, Canada (GIT)
    • Olivier St-Cyr, University of Toronto, Canada (HCI)
South America
  • Brazil
    • Marcelo Pias, Federal University of Rio Grande (FURG), Brazil (SC)