Ph.D. seminar for the software engineering group

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Date: Tuesday November 23, 2004
Time: 09.00-16.00
Location: Room 242

On Tuesday November 23, the software engineering group organizes a one day seminar for all of its PhD students. The main goal of the seminar is for the students to present something they want to discuss with the rest of the group. This may be the current status of their work, or another related research topic they want to discuss with the group. The seminar is organized as a plenary session where each presenter is granted a 20 minutes slot: 10 minutes presentation, 10 minutes of discussion.

Program

TimePresentationDownloads
09.00 Welcome
09.05 Glenn Abstract
Presentation
09.25 Magne Abstract
Presentation
09.45 Calle Abstract
Presentation
10.05Break
10.20 Thomas Abstract
Presentation
10.40 Jingyue Abstract
Presentation
11.00Break
11.10 Jon Arvid Abstract
Presentation
11.30 Per Trygve Abstract
Presentation
11.50 Torgrim Abstract
Presentation
12.10 Lunch
13.10 Parastoo Abstract
Presentation
13.30 Ekaterina Abstract
Presentation
15.50 Finn Olav Abstract
Presentation
14.10Break
14.25 Anita Abstract
Presentation
14.45 Odd Petter Abstract
Presentation
15.05 Jianyun Abstract
Presentation
15.25Plenary discussion

The programme will follow shortly

Assignments

The students have three assignments:

  1. Write abstract and question(s)
  2. Read through all abstracts and questions in preparation of discussion
  3. Prepare your presentation

Assignment 1: Write abstract and question(s)

To allow the others preparation for the discussion, we all write a 100-200 word abstract for the presentation and come up with 1-3 points/questions for to discuss afterwards. These need to be made available to the rest of the group before convening Tuesday (see deadlines above).

Assignment 2: Prepare a presentation

Each PhD student will hold a 10 minute presentation about a topic. The object is to provide an arena where the presenter can discuss questions/ problems concering her/his own work with the rest of the group. It is therefore vital that each presentation is clear about the topic and the problems/question the presenter wants to discuss with the group.

Note that this activity will not take time from the meeting but will happen in paralel.

Important dates

DateRemember
November 22, 2004Send the abstract and question(s) for your talk to Thomas
November 23, 2004The seminar

Past seminars


Last modified: Wed Apr 14 14:20:13 MEST 2004