Warwick Postgraduate Colloquium in Computer Science
30 June & 1 July 2008
WPCCS 2008 is an annual event held by the postgraduate students of Department of Computer Science at The University of Warwick. It is intended for postgraduate students to present research to their peers, in order to gain valuable experience in public speaking as well as an insight in the ongoing research in the department.
Every full-time postgraduate research student, in their 1st, 2nd or 3rd year of study, is expected to attend and to submit an abstract online by 1 June 2008. Postgraduate students beyond the 3rd year of study as well as taught MSc students are also invited to attend and the event and / or submit an abstract. Staff are encouraged to attend as much of the event as possible, in order to provide valuable feedback.
The abstracts will be peer-reviewed to provide feedback and allocate limited slots space (if needed). Selected authors will get the chance to present at the WPCCS in a 15 min (including questions) presentation.
Congratulations to Ritesh Krishna for winning the £100 best-presentation award (see Ritesh accepting the award here).
The committee is pleased to announce the social concluding the WPCCS 2008 in The Bar Fusion. Everyone involved in the WPCCS is invited to join. There will be a buffet provided for us. For those of you who don't know where it is, Maurice be leaving from downstairs in the DCS foyer at 18:45
Where: The Bar Fusion (leave at 18:45 from DCS foyer)
When: 1 July 19:00
Registration is free of charge for people linked to DCS.
Abstracts should be minimum 300 words and maximum 1 page A4. Note that this limit is strict and failure to comply will result in the work being rejected. This year there will not be strict formatting instructions.
NOTE: The system expects an abstract in plain text and a "paper" in either pdf or word. The "paper" gives you the chance to put in some figures as well and is what will be reviewed in the end. Please submit this file even if it's just a pdf/word version of the plain text abstract. (Minimum 300 words maximum 1 page A4).
The authors will get the cance to present their work in a 20 min (including questions) presentation in cs104
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Acknowledgement: Thanks to Daniel Valdes-Amaro for his logo design