CSI 5010: Graduate Seminar, Fall 2014
This course helps new graduate students start their master's degree well. We will use the time do several things:
- See research presentations from faculty members.
- Discuss the expectations of the program.
- Discuss your expectations.
- Learn how to work well as a graduate student in computer science.
This course meets Fridays 2:30-3:20 PM in Rogers 210. Attendance is mandatory.
My office hours are listed on my home page. I am glad to talk to students during and outside of office hours. If you can't come to my office hour, please email me to make an appointment at another time.
Here is an evolving schedule of the material we will cover, which is subject to change:
|1||Aug 25-31||Introduction — Dr. Greg Hamerly|
|2||Sep 1-7||Dr. Greg Hamerly|
|3||Sep 8-14||Dr. Greg Speegle|
|4||Sep 15-21||Dr. Paul Grabow|
|5||Sep 22-28||Dr. David Lin|
|6||Sep 29-Oct 5||Dr. Bill Poucher|
|7||Oct 6-12||Dr. Christina Chan-Park — Meet in Moody Library room G42|
|8||Oct 13-19||Fall break|
|9||Oct 20-26||Dr. Eunjee Song|
|10||Oct 27-Nov 2||Dr. Erich Baker|
|11||Nov 3-9||Dr. Jeff Donahoo|
|12||Nov 10-16||Dr. Young-Rae Cho|
|13||Nov 17-23||Dr. Michael Poor|
|14||Nov 24-30||Thanksgiving break|
|15||Dec 1-7||Dr. Peter Maurer|
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Computer Science Department