CSW CSAIL Student Workshop
Call for Papers

Sponsored by:

CSAILStudent Committee

Past CSWs:


MIT Endicott House, October 06 2013

The CSAIL Student Workshop (CSW) is an informal venue organized by the students, for the students. It brings together student researchers in disparate fields by providing a platform for interaction and the exchange of ideas. The CSAIL Student Workshop provides students the opportunity to find out what friends are doing and show off innovations. Plus, it's an opportunity to get out of Cambridge for the day on someone else's dime.

This year, we will be having the event at MIT's Endicott House. Transportation will be provided and registration is free. If you're a new student or old, don't miss it!

The conference is an all-day event, with a single track of paper presentations and five minute Rapid-Fire presentations, and a poster session. Accepted papers and abstracts will be published in the workshop proceedings, which will be available only within the CSAIL community. Therefore, submissions which discuss recently published or to-be-published work are also acceptable. Proposals for new research directions and preliminary results are also encouraged so long as they are described as such. All ideas related to 'Wild and Crazy Ideas' and 'Interesting Problems in Computer Science' are welcome as Rapid-Fire presentation submissions. The Workshop Committee will strive to accept as many high quality papers and abstracts as possible for presentation at the workshop.

Attendance is limited, and registration may fll up. Guarantee your spot at CSW 2013 by submitting a paper, poster or Rapid-Fire presentation abstract!

Important Dates

Papers Due: October 2, 2013

Poster/Demo Abstract (max 2 pages) Due: October 2, 2013

Rapid-Fire Presentation Abstract (max 2 pages) Due: October 2, 2013

Notification of Acceptance: October 3, 2013

Camera-ready Copy Due: October 4, 2013

Call for Papers | Submission Instructions


     CSAILStudent Committee


MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
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Revised Tuesday, September 10, 2013 05:58:10 EDT