|1/30||Overview. Plagiarism. LaTeX.||
LaTeX sample input file and output file
LaTeX tutorial input file and output file
Paper summary guidelines
ICML-03 reviewing form
Summary of Newman paper
Slides of presentation on Newman paper
|2/1||The reviewing process. Discussion of Parberry Classification/Analysis. Writing I: Organization, bibliographies. BibTeX.||
Slides for today and 2/15
Annotated bibliography guidelines, LaTeX source, BibTeX file, and postprocessed BibTeX output
Getting to Grips with Latex - BibTeX
BibTeX and Bibliography Styles
Plain (sorted) and unsorted annotated bibliography BibTeX style files
Levin and Rendell, How (and How Not) to Write a Good Systems Paper
Chinneck, How to Organize Your Thesis
|2/6||Research I: Finding a topic and advisor; LaTeX/BibTeX.||
Check-based grading handout
|2/8||In-depth paper analysis and critique.||
||Paper summaries (2)
Meet in Library 259
Library wiki page
|Topic paragraph (hardcopy, please)|
|2/15||Writing II: Style, common errors.||Kajiya, How to Get Your SIGGRAPH Paper Rejected||
|2/20||In-depth survey analysis and critique.||
||Literature survey tips||Library exercise|
|2/22||How to give a good presentation.||
Paper presentation feedback form
Mark Hill, Oral Presentation Advice
Peyton-Jones et al., How to give a good research talk
|2/27||Departmental seminar: Murat Yusel, ITE 325B||JAIR author instructions and links to style files||Annotated bibliography|
|2/29||Guest speakers: Karuna Pande Joshi (Ph.D. candidate); Tim Finin (Professor).||
||Patterson, How to have a bad career in academia||Outside reader form|
|3/5||Research II: Research topics cont.
Writing III: Tools.
|Literature survey outline|
Research III: Empirical methodology.
|3/12||Student paper presentations||
|3/14||Student paper presentations||(Paper summaries)|
|3/26||Publicity: CV, networking, website.
|Literature survey draft|
|3/28||Time management; success strategies.
||Guest speakers: David Trimm (Ph.D. candidate);
Rob Holder (Ph.D. candidate).
||Literature survey review (email submission)
Dr. desJardins out of town
|4/4||Freeman Hrabowski luncheon and talk||Assignment: Attend Dr. Hrabowski's talk, network with other graduate students, and send me an email telling me how it was -- I'm sorry that I will have to miss it!||
||Dr. desJardins out of town|
|4/9||Research IV: Statistical methods.||Slides||Final literature survey|
||Research V: Matlab and related tools.
||James MacGlashan's R slides||Research problem statement draft
Guest speakers: Yasaman Haghpanah, James MacGlashan, Kevin Winner
|4/16||Ellen Zegura department colloquium, ITE 325B.||Assignment: Attend Ellen Zegura's guest lecture and write a summary of her talk. You are also encouraged to attend the graduate student panel at 10:00 a.m. and the campus-wide lecture at 4:00 p.m., and to apply for the "lunch with the speaker" opportunity.||Final research problem statement
Research review poster abstract due!
|4/18||Writing IV: Proposals and "Big Writing." / Research VII: Presenting your work.||
||Slides: Proposals; Presenting|
|4/23||Guest speakers: James MacGlashan (Ph.D. candidate); Kevin Winner (M.S. student).|
|4/25||Guest speakers: Penny Rheingans (Professor); Niyati Chhaya (Ph.D. candidate).||Poster draft (email submission)|
||Guest speakers: Yasaman Haghpanah (Ph.D. candidate); Dr. Tim Oates (Associate Professor).||Poster to printing|
||Writing workshop.||Final presentation
Presentation feedback form
Writing workshop guidelines
||CSEE RESEARCH DAY (date to be confirmed).||Poster presentation
|5/7||Student project presentations.||(Draft slides due 48 hours prior - email submission)|
|5/9||Student project presentations.||Paper reviews (email submission); (draft slides due 48 hours prior - email submission)|
|5/16, 1-3pm||Final exam slot; student project presentations.
||Final paper, research portfolio (CV and research statement), professional website (email submission); (draft slides due 48 hours prior - email submission)|