CS 592: Computer Science Colloquium Series

Summary: In this semester's computer science colloquium series we're kicking ass, taking names, and making no apologies.
The colloquium schedule is available online, and includes pointers to the abstracts of the individual colloquia once they are available.

Official CS 592 colloquia are Wednesdays and Fridays, 3:00-4:00 in Woodward 147, with a bias towards Fridays. Job talks are also CS colloquia, and are generally on Mondays and Thursdays at 10am in FEC 141. Although official CS colloquia outside the CS592 slot are not manditory, attending them gives you good CS592 karma.

Unofficial CS colloquia, or CS-relevant colloquia in other departments, are included on the schedule for the convenience of the UNM CS community.

Attending colloquia for fun and credit

Naturally anyone interested enough in computer science to pursue a postgraduate degree in the subject will attend most CS colloquia. For administrative reasons, grad students can get credit for doing what they would do anyway: attending and thinking about colloquia.

Graduate students taking CS592 for credit are required to attend (or view on TV) the official CS592 colloquia, and are encouraged to attend others.

Grades for CS592 are credit/no-credit.

Barak Pearlmutter <bap@cs.unm.edu>