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 Research Seminar
The Research Seminar Course is intended to provide students planning a research career in Computer Science with the opportunity to develop the skill of critically reading and evaluating updated research papers. This course normally is open to last semester Master students and first year PhD students.
How to read such papers critically and efficiently,
How to summarise and review papers,
How to judge the value of different contributions,
How proposals are written,
How research papers are written,
How research results are presented
Pre-coursework: Summary Report / Review Report Based on the research methodology course, you can use the summary technique of step 4 for this section. Student should have minimum one book, 20 updated articles and one updated thesis as references. The collected set of your short summaries should be half to one page for each reference.
Coursework 1: Writing a proposal (25 marks)
Coursework 2: Writing a paper (50 marks, Acceptance letter maximum 10 marks extra)
Coursework 3: Prepare a presentation for research (10 report + 15 presentation in front of class)
Plagiarism: If you use material written by someone else, make sure you acknowledge the source.
Lecture Notes
Session 01: Introduction (same as Research Methodology session 00)
Session 02: How to find research topic, related references and summarize them
Session 03: Summarizing 5 papers and articles (Practical session)
Session 04: Type of Research (Primary or Seconday, ...)
Session 05: Summarizing 5 papers and articles (Practical session)
Coursework 1
Session 06: What is a proposal and how can write it
Session 07: Summarizing articles with proposal point of view (Practical session)
Session 08: Research seminar and presentation
Coursework 02
Session 09: Research Reports / Papers / Articles
Session 10: Bibliography and References
Session 11: Writing Skill
Session 12: Plagiarism
Session 13: Presentation
Session 14: Publishing
Coursework 03
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