DCSI 2003
 
The Annual Dalhousie Computer Science In-House Conference   
Computer Science Building, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia   
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Welcome

Welcome to the Second Annual Dalhousie Computer Science In-House Conference. This conference is meant to showcase the research being done by the students and faculty of Dalhousie's Faculty of Computer Science. In general, the goal of the conference is to enhance the research community among the students and faculty within Computer Science. In particular, the conference is meant to provide a forum for:

  • new students to discover the research projects of other students and faculty members,
  • on-going students to practice giving conference presentations, and
  • all students to experience attending conference talk and poster sessions, either through presenting or attending, in an inviting environment.

Any questions about the conference can be directed to the DCSI Conference Committee (dcsi@cs.dal.ca).

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How to Participate

Students (undergraduate and graduate) and faculty can participate by giving a poster or a talk presentation, or both (each have to present different research) of on-going or completed Computer Science research. Conference talks will be 15 minutes followed by a short audience question period for regular talks and 10 minutes for mini-talks (including Q&A). Conference posters will be on display during the entire conference and poster authors will be required to stand by their posters and present their research during a poster session in the conference schedule. Students and faculty may also attend sessions by registering on-site during the conference.

Participants wishing to present during the conference must submit an abstract describing the research they intend to present prior to the conference. Abstracts are due by June 23, 2003.

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Important Dates

  • Abstract Session : Best practices for writing Abstracts:
    (CS Auditorium, 10:30-11:30), JUNE 13, 2003
  • Abstracts Due: JUNE 23, 2003
  • Notification for Revisions: JULY 4, 2003
  • Final Abstracts Due: JULY 11, 2003
  • DCSI Conference Date: SEPTEMBER 19-20, 2003

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Updated September 14, 2003 by Narupiyakul L.