Computer Science Research Seminar
The Computer Science Research Seminar provides a research forum for doctoral students and faculties of the Doctoral Program in Computer Science as well as other people who are interested in this seminar. The seminar consists of research talks by doctoral students and invited talks by guest speakers, both given in English. All participants are encouraged to discuss the talk topics. All students and faculty members of the degree program are warmly welcomed to join the seminar. Also, participation of other people is most welcome.
Doctoral students can obtain the credits of the elective course "Computer Science Seminar B" (0BLD506, 2 credits) by attending the seminar and giving a talk in it (registration in the TWINS system is required).
- Dates, time and room
- Spring ABC
- First seminar: 12:15, 26th April 2020. Please launch Microsoft Teams before the online meeting starts.
- Time (planned -- subject to change): Mondays, 3rd period (and 4th period if needed)
- Place: Remotely using Microsoft Teams (You can install it as a part of Microsoft Office 365. More information: [en] [jp]). Please make sure you can log in by 26th April.
- Each student talk spans 10-15 minutes and discussion spans 10-15 minutes (typically 25 minutes in total).
- Typically three speakers will give talks in one seminar.
- Each guest talk spans 10-30 minutes depending on the speaker and topics.
- This is a forum for discussion; all participants are strongly encouraged to ask questions and discuss various topics from different viewpoints. Naive questions are much better than nothing; please don't be shy! This is a place for your exercise.
- Expected attendees
- Doctoral students who have registered for the course "Computer Science Seminar B" (0BLD506)
- Guest speaker(s), if any
- At least one academic advisor of the speaker
- Seminar organizers: Yoshihiro Kanamori and Yukiyoshi Kameyama
- Guest commentator: Neil Millar
- Other students and faculty members
- Preparing a talk
- Prepare your talk in English.
- Be aware that most attendees will not be familiar with your research field.
- You are encouraged to upload slides or supplementary materials (such as extended abstracts, draft papers, and videos) to the manaba system before your talk, so that attendees can see them online (but, please don't rely on the supplementary materials too much).
- By 23:59 on the day before your talk, please post 1) your talk title and 2) optionally a short abstract and an URL explaining your talk in MS Teams.
- The talk schedule is shown [here] on manaba.
- If you cannot attend the seminar on your scheduled date, please ask the seminar organizers to change the date.
- Attendance of your academic advisor(s) is encouraged, but not mandatory.
- Grade for the course "Computer Science Seminar B"
- Your supervisor grades you based on
your presentation and attendance at the seminar,
as well as your research activity in the laboratory.
- Instructions for registration
If you would like to attend this seminar at least partly, please follow the instruction below:
The due date of registration is 26th April 2021. In case you cannot make it by the deadline but would like to join, please email to email@example.com
- Register yourself in the corresponding TWINS course "Computer Science Seminar B". The next day you can enter the corresponding manaba course.
- In the manaba course, please answer a questionnaire in "Surveys" about your supervisor, the dates you cannot attend, etc.
Organizers: Yoshihiro Kanamori and Yukiyoshi Kameyama
(d-seminar (AT) cs.tsukuba.ac.jp)