GHCI 19 Call for Submissions (CFS) are now closed.

The Grace Hopper Celebration India (GHCI) is the largest technical conference for women in Asia. At GHCI the best minds and leaders in the industry come together, to share their knowledge and shape the careers of thousands of women in technology. Now is your chance to be a part of this celebration! Join us for the 10th year of GHCI and make a submission for the Program Content.

GHCI 19 has several exciting tracks on the latest and most exciting technologies. Explore and select a track that excites you, is focused on your expertise and make a submission…

Important Dates 

April 1, 2019, 9:00 AM (IST): GHCI 19 Call for Submissions opens

June 16, 2019: 10:30 PM (IST): GHCI 19 Call for Submissions deadline has been extended to June 16, 2019 for all tracks including (Poster Session), except Original Research track. The Full Paper submission closure deadline for the Original Research track is July 4, 2019.

August 2019: Accept/Reject notifications emailed

Click on the track name below, to see the description and make a submission.

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Learn more about each track by attending the GHCI 19 CFS Facebook Live Sessions.

GHCI 19 Tracks

Technology Track: Made in India

Agile and DevOps

Technology Track: Emerging Technologies

Artificial Intelligence, Data and Analytics

Technology Track: Systems Engineering (Software & Hardware)

Cloud, Security and High Performance Computing (HPC)

Technology Track: Data Science and Machine Learning

 Design and Product Evolution


Emerging Technologies and Industry Trends


Hardware and Internet Of Things (IoT)

Technology Track: Emerging Technologies

Original Research (in collaboration with IEEE WiE)

Soft Skills for Success

Tech Workshops 

Back To Work

Technology for Social Good 

GHCI 19: Poster Session 

Who can apply?

– Women in technology: including professionals across any level (entry to senior leaders) from industry, government and academia; students and entrepreneurs.

– We also welcome submissions from men with technical backgrounds and consultants. While the Call for Submissions process is open to all, a higher degree of consideration is given to women authors and presenters, keeping in alignment with’s vision of building a 50:50 workforce by 2025 in the technology sector.