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Next SOCS Colloquium

         
     
 
2014/09/26, MC12, 14:30 - 15:30


Joelle Pineau, McGill University

Area: CREATE-MIA Seminar

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General Information

The SOCS colloquium is a weekly lecture series organized by the School of Computer Science at McGill University. The lectures are held during Fall and Winter semesters on Fridays from 15:30 to 17:00 in McConnell room 13 (ground floor, close to the elevators). Twice a month, an invited speaker presents interesting research in some area of computer science. See the schedule for more details and abstracts of upcoming talks.

The colloquium is not only a source of scientific inspiration, it is also a social event. Following the talk, snacks and drinks are served in the SOCS lounge, encouraging the attendees to continue questions and discussions on the talk in a more relaxed atmosphere. The intention is to encourage opportunities for networking among professors and post-docs, allows graduate (and undergraduate!) students to meet their professors in a more relaxed setting, and create a SOCS team spirit among the entire department.

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Attendance for Master Students

First year Computer Science master students are to attend the colloquium regularily. A student must have been to at least 10 colloquium talks (checked by means of an attendance list).

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