Computer Science Research Seminar
Short cut to the 2017 Program.
The Computer Science Research Seminar
provides a research forum for doctoral students and
faculties in the Department of Computer Science
as well as other people interested in this seminar.
The weekly seminar consists of
research talks by doctoral students and invited talks by
guest speakers, both given in English.
All participants are encouraged to have discussion on the topics of the talks.
All the students and the faculties of the department
are warmly encouraged to join the seminar.
Also, participation of other people are most welcome.
Doctoral students can obtain the credits of the elective course
"Computer Science Seminar B" (02CH003, 2 credits)
by attending and giving a talk in this seminar
(Registration through the TWINS system is required.)
- Dates, Time and Room
- Spring ABC (approx. 10 seminars during the semester.)
- First seminar: May 8th, 2017
- Time (planned -- subject to change) Mondays, 3rd period (12:15-13:30)
- Place: Room SB1111 (Sogo-Kenkyuto-B, 10th floor, Room 1111)
- Each student talk spans 10 minutes excluding discussion (which
typically spans 20 minutes).
- Each guest talk spans 10 to 30 minutes depending on
the speaker and topics.
- A typical seminar has two speakers.
- This is a forum for discussion;
all participants are
strongly encouraged to ask questions, be it basic/primitive or be it
advanced/professional, and discuss
various issues from different angles.
Asking primitive questions is much better than no questions.
(Please don't be shy! This is the place for your exercise.)
- Expected Attendees
- Doctoral students who have registered for the course
"Computer Science Seminar B" (02CH003).
- Guest speaker(s), if any.
- At least one academic adviser of the speaker.
- Seminar organizers: Hideyuki Kawashima and Yukiyoshi Kameyama
- Guest commentator: Neil Millar
- Other students and faculties.
- Notes on attendance
- Although attendance to this seminar is not mandatory for
any students, all the doctoral students in the department are encouraged
to attend the seminar and give a talk there, unless your supervisor
- Preparing the Talk
- Talk schedule will be determined and announced later.
- If the proposed date for your talk is not suitable for you or
your academic adviser(s), ask the
seminar organizers to change the date.
- Prepare a 10-minute talk in English.
- You don't have to distribute paper materials in the seminar.
Instead, speakers are encouraged to upload your slides or supplementary materials
(such as extended abstract, draft papers, videos etc.)
to the Manaba system before your talk, so that attendees can
take a look at them online. (But don't rely on the supplementary
materials too much.)
- Grade for the course "Computer Science Seminar B"
- Your supervisor grades you based on
your presentation and attendance to the seminar,
as well as your research activity in the laboratory.
- Instructions for registration
- If you will/may attend the seminar, send an email to
us (d-seminar (AT) cs.tsukuba.ac.jp) by April 17th.
- In addition, if you want to get the credits of the course
"Computer Science Seminar B" (02CH003, 2 credits) by attending this seminar,
you should register through the TWINS system.
Organizers: Hideyuki Kawashima and Yukiyoshi Kameyama
(d-seminar (AT) cs.tsukuba.ac.jp)
Last updated: June 5th, 2017.