We are proud to announce that the Imperial College Computing Student Workshop (ICCSW) is back this year!
This year, thanks to our wonderful sponsors Google and Imperial College HiPEDs, we will be hosting two days of student talks, including a poster session, 2 keynotes and a social night.
What you need to know:
📅 26th - 27th Sept, starting at 10AM.
🎤 Student talks on a variety of Computing topics.
✨ Student Poster session breakfast 🥐
🔑 2 great keynotes:
👉 How to write a great paper, Simon Peyton Jones from Microsoft Research
🍴 Student Social event and dinner on evening of 26th Sept.
🍕 Free lunches and social dinner for registered attendees.
🎯 Register now here: https://iccsw17.eventbrite.com
❗ Why haven’t you registered yet - it’s free, go register now!
Call for Posters and Registration
This year at ICCSW’17 we’re hosting a student poster session and would love to see your work!
Whether you’re just about to survive your first year or driving for the finish, ICCSW’17 is the place to present and show off your
constantly evolving it’s-not-ready-yet-work-in-progress masterpiece.
Some vital info:
☑️ We are open to all fields in Computing from all cohorts.
☝️ The only requirement is: poster_size = A1;
‼️ Deadline is 20th September.
🍕 There will be food.
🏆 There will also be prizes.
🎯 Submit here
The 2017 Imperial College Computing Student Workshop aims to provide an international forum for doctoral students to discuss a range of topics that are current in computer science research. The workshop welcomes all research students in the field of computer science.
Following the success of the first five editions of the workshop—ICCSW’15, ICCSW’14, ICCSW’13, ICCSW’12 and ICCSW’11—the sixth workshop provides an excellent opportunity to share provocative ideas, interesting preliminary work, or a cool research directions that may change the world.
The workshop aims to:
- offer research students the opportunity to submit and present their research at an internationally-renowned institution;
- provide PhD students with the experience of organising a workshop, including reviewing papers written by other students;
- provide a forum for open discussion of topics including those outside the current focus of research;
- allow students to network with peers from other institutions and learn about their research.
The workshop provides an excellent ground for discussing similarities and differences in graduate studies at various institutions around the world. All doctoral students are thereby encouraged to submit papers covering their ongoing research. The sixth edition of the workshop is currently being planned.
The proceedings will be published as an OpenAccess Series in Informatics volume.