Welcome to the OCICS Seminar Series
Ottawa-Carleton Institute for Computer Science Seminar Series COMP5904 (CSI5902) consists of a number of graduate presentations throughout the term.
The seminar alternates weekly between Carleton University and the University of Ottawa.
The presentations at Carleton University will start at 9:35 and will be held in Room 238 Tory Building in Fall Term and 236 Tory Building in Winter term (same time). This building is labeled TB on the Campus Map.
The presentations at the University of Ottawa this Fall will start at 9:30 and will be held at LPR (Louis-Pasteaur Building) 285. In Winter they will be held in The Social Sciences Building 1030 FSS. Here is a link to campus building names at University of Ottawa.
Locations for Fall 2016
Sept 9: Carleton
Sept 16: Ottawa
Sept 23: Carleton
Sept 30: Ottawa
October 7: Carleton
October 14: Ottawa
October 21: Carleton
October 28: Reading Week
November 4: Ottawa
November 11: Carleton
November 18: Ottawa
November 25: Carleton
December 2: Ottawa
January 13: Ottawa
January 20: Carleton
January 27: Ottawa
February 3: Carleton
February 10: Ottawa
February 17: Carleton
February 24: Reading Week
March 3: Ottawa
March 10: Carleton
March 17: Ottawa
March 24: Carleton
March 31: Ottawa
April 7: Carleton
Arriving late at someone's seminar is considered rude: both to the audience and especially to the speaker. If you arrive late, enter, take a late-ticket, and then be seated as quietly as possible. At the end the current presentation, you will have to apologize to the speaker and the audience for interrupting their presentation.
The OCICS Graduate Seminar Series COMP5904 (CSI5902) aims at improving your skills in making a public presentation, including your thesis defence. To pass this course you will:
- have to attend five of the seminars held at the University of Ottawa and at Carleton University and
- have to make one successful presentation (using powerpoint slides or pdf).
When you attend a seminar, please do not forget to sign the attendance sheet, which is proof of your attendance. The regulations state that you must attend five seminars at Carleton University and five seminars at the University of Ottawa to successfully complete the course. During the registered term, you must give one public presentation (20 minutes for the presentation and 10 minutes for a question/answer period) and the presentation is evaluated by the seminar supervisor and audience.
After you register for this course you MUST:
- Book a a date that you will present, the graduate administartor will send you an email with a list of dates to choose from
- 2 weeks before your presentation, your supervisor must complete an Abstract Approval Form (can be found on forms page)
- At least one week before the presentation please email the graduate administrator the title of your presentation and the abstract - email@example.com
Detailed Rules and Regulations
For more rules and regulations about the graduate seminar, see the Graduate Handbook.