Undergraduate Research in Computer Science Conference (URCSC) @ Toronto Undergraduate Research in Computer Science - TURCS, Toronto [14 September]

Undergraduate Research in Computer Science Conference (URCSC)


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14
September
10:45 - 18:00

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Toronto Undergraduate Research in Computer Science - TURCS
40 St. George St, Toronto, Ontario
Interested in computer science research?
The Undergraduate Research in Computer Science Conference (URCSC) – taking place on September 14 – will be bringing together undergraduates to present and discuss computer science research! (More details TBA).

*** RSVP Form ***
If you are interested in attending, please RSVP via the following link:
https://goo.gl/forms/8AnaaBKfvNNgjL4p1

*** CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS ***
Are you an undergraduate student involved in computer science research? Submissions for talks and posters are currently open!

Last day to submit: July 15. (NOTE: The submission deadline has been extended to September 1)

Submission instructions:
— Send an abstract describing your research project to [email protected]
— Include 'Talk Submission' as the subject if you intend to present a talk; 'Poster Submission', if you intend to present a poster; or 'Talk/Poster Submission', if you intend to present a talk and a poster.

Poster submission instructions:
— Include the follow details:
* Title of your research project
* Your name
* Names of your project supervisor(s) and collaborator(s)

Research talk submission instructions:
— Include the following details in your abstract (max 500 words):
* Title of your research project
* Your name
* Names of your project supervisor(s) and collaborator(s)
* The research problem, background, and motivation for the work
* Research approach
* Results and contributions (if applicable)
— Your abstract should be geared toward a readership with a general computer science background. While there is no need for your abstract to elaborate on terminology that most computer scientists would know (e.g., «NP-hard»), please define terms or concepts specific that are specific to your domain.

*** TENTATIVE SCHEDULE ***
10:45-11:00: Opening remarks
11:00-12:00: Student speakers
12:00-1:00: Talk by Professor Ishtiaque Ahmed (https://ishtiaque.net/)
1:00-2:00: Lunch
2:00-3:30: Graduate Student FAQ
3:30-4:30: Talk by Professor Roger Grosse (http://cs.toronto.edu/~rgrosse/)
4:30-6: Poster session
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