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CS Lunches are held every Monday from 12:20 to 1:15pm
in the CS Lab (240 Sci. Center).
If you are on the meal plan, you can sign-up for brown bag lunch delivery
to any CS Lunch if you do so by noon on the preceding Friday. Sign up
outside the CS office.
Presentations start at 12:30.
If you are on the meal plan, you can sign-up for brown bag lunch delivery to any CS Lunch if you do so by noon on the preceding Friday. Sign up outside the CS office.
CS Lunches are a forum for learning about and discussing CS related topics, and for getting to know CS students and faculty better. Any student taking any CS course, or any student who is just interested in CS, is encouraged to attend (you do not need to be a CS major or minor). We particularly encourage first & second year students to join us.
If you are interested in presenting a topic or leading a discussion of some topic, please contact Professor Newhall.
|week 2 (9/5)||Meet the Sysadmins|| Jeff Knerr and
student CS sysadmins
|week 3 (9/12)||The Power of a Pebble in Computation||Andy Drucker|
|week 4 (9/19)||Computer Security: Audit Log Generation with Interposable Libraries||Mustafa Paksoy|
|week 5 (9/26)||CS graduate school information panel||The CS faculty|
|week 6 (10/3)||Reliability for Nswap||Alex Pshenichkin and Dan Amato|
|FALL BREAK (10/10)|
|week 7 (10/17)||Social Lunch|
|week 8 (10/24)||Minimally Supervised Analysis of Multilingual Verb Morphology||Scott Blaha and Connie Li|
|week 9 (10/31)||The Babybot Experiment: a Developmental Approach to A.I.||Ben Turner and Ethan Jucovy|
|week 10 (11/7)||No Lunch this week (talk Tues. 4pm instead)|
|week 11 (11/14)||Social Lunch||-|
|week 12 (11/21)||Social Lunch||-|
|week 13 (11/28)||meet a CS Research Scientist||Vic Zandy, IDA/CCS|
CS Lunch Schedules from Previous Years
We need the following information from you by the Tuesday the week
before your talk
(Grab a copy of the cslunchabstract.html
file, add this information to it, and send it to Professor Newhall):
If you are a summer research student, both your advisor and I will be happy to help you organize your talk. In addition, here is some more information about how to prepare a talk:
Guidelines & Tips for Preparing a Technical Talk
Although this is written for students preparing an honors thesis talk, most of it is applicable to any technical presentation. It also includes links to other sources of advice on preparing and giving a talk.