CSW CSAIL Student Workshop

Sponsored by:

CSAILStudent Committee

Past CSWs:


Wylie Inn and Conference Center at Endicott College
Sunday Sep 27, 2009


Congratulations to Rick Cory for winning the Best Talk Award, and Jim Sukha for winning the Best Paper Award.

Photos from the workshop are available here.

About CSW

The CSAIL Student Workshop (CSW) is a meeting of students, by the students, and for the students. It brings together student researchers in the disparate fields, offering a venue for interaction and the exchange of ideas. The workshop provides an opportunity for participants to gain an overview of ongoing research in CSAIL, to meet other researchers, and to initiate collaboration among different research groups. The scope of the meeting is broad, and the primary audience are students themselves. It is your chance to find out what your friends are doing, an opportunity to show off your own innovations, and a forum to get your work published. Plus, it's an opportunity to get out of Cambridge for the day on someone else's dime.

The CSAIL Student Workshop is unique in that it is "for the students, by the students." We organize it, host it, and attend it. This year's presentations are shaping up to be interesting, we'll be carrying on the tradition of the steak/lobster dinner, transportation will be provided, registration is free, and there will be several fun activities planned.

The conference is a one day meeting, with a single track of paper presentations and a poster session. Accepted papers will be published in the workshop proceedings. The workshop proceedings will be available only within the CSAIL community, so papers which discuss recently published or to-be-published work are acceptable. Proposals for new research directions and preliminary results are also encouraged, as long as they are described as such. A subset of these papers, i.e., those of the highest quality, will be selected for presentation at the workshop.

Important Dates

Short Papers (max 3 pages) Due: September 7, 2009

Poster/Demo Abstract (max 2 pages) Due: September 7, 2009

Wild and Crazy Ideas (max 2 pages) Due: September 7, 2009

Notification of Acceptance: September 18, 2009

Camera-ready Copy Due: September 23, 2009

Workshop Registration Deadline: September 18, 2009

Workshop: September 27, 2009

Please send any questions or comments to csw2009-organizers AT csail.mit.edu


     CSAILStudent Committee


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Revised Friday, October 16, 2009 03:58:24 EDT