The DCS Symposium on Trends in Computing (TIC) presents the cutting-edge research that is taking place in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Toronto.
The goal of the symposium is to strengthen interaction and
collaboration across all research areas of computer science, to
stimulate interdisciplinary research with other departments at the University of Toronto, and to inform industry partners about the current trends in computing.
The symposium will showcase talks by graduate students, keynote lectures by renowned alumni of the Department of Computer Science
who play leading roles in academia and industry, and a panel
discussion. In addition, the symposium provides opportunities for
informal interactions and discussions amongst the participants, and
with the presenters, keynote speakers, and panelists.
The research areas covered by the symposium are Computational
Biology, Computational Linguistics, Computer Graphics, Computer Systems
and Networks, Computer Vision, Database Systems, Human Computer
Interaction, Knowledge Representation, Machine Learning, Scientific
Computation and Numerical Analysis, Software Engineering, and Theory of
Registration for the event is free, but you must register by May 2nd, 2010 in order to attend.
The symposium will take place on May 19th and May 20th.
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