|Time:||Wednesdays 4:30 - 5:30 PM|
|Instructor:||David Luebke (Olsson #219)
Office hours: Mondays 2-3 PM, Thursdays 10-11 PM
Only two assignments, one written and one discussion-oriented:
Both are due at the final class meeting, April 24 2000.
|Format:||One lecture per week, roughly 45-50 minutes including questions|
|Description:||The primary goals of this seminar are to expose you to state-of-the-art research in computer science, and to get you actively thinking about your senior thesis research long before you actually start TCC 401. A number of researchers from the computer science faculty and the broader University community will give talks about their research. You are expected to participate in these talks by studying the speaker's web page ahead of time, attending the lectures on time, and asking intelligent questions.|
|Lectures:||A tentative schedule of guest lecturers and topics follows. I will
also try to post any electronic notes or presentation source.
|Grading:||You will be graded on your preproposal, attendance, and participation,
roughly according to the following ratio:
|Honor Code:||The honor code applies to work turned in for this course, namely the preproposal. Do your own work, don't copy from another student, don't rewrite or blindly paraphrase a researcher's web page.|