CSCI 597 Seminar in Computer Science Research

Mondays, 12:00-12:50, OHE-122

Spring 2004: Professor Laurent Itti,

                TA: Nitin Dhavale,

CSCI 597 provides a series of expository lectures to introduce Ph.D. students to the breadth of research topics in CS (and, to some extent, beyond). The idea is to cycle through the subareas of USC research in CS each semester.

First-year Ph.D. Students are required to enroll for 1 unit of CSCI 597 for the first 2 semesters of the Ph.D. Program. (Applicable only to students enrolling in Summer of 2000 or later.)

See your grades here (Last updated 05/12/04)

Spring 2004TopicSpeakerStatusQuiz key
1/12Introduction, ethicsIttiOK quiz key
1/19MLK Birthday - NO CLASSN/AOKN/A
1/26Brain operating principles in computer science. slidesArbibOKTBA
2/2Robotics slides, SchaalOK quiz key
2/9How to write and revise a winning paperIttiOKquiz key
2/16President's day - NO CLASSN/AOKN/A
2/23Sensor Nets slidesGovindanOK quiz key
3/1Bistro slidesGolubchikOK quiz key
3/8Organic computing slidesvon der MalsburgOKTBA
3/15Spring recess - NO CLASSN/AOKTBA
3/22Research challenges in natural language processing slidesMarcuOKTBA
3/29Robotic Sensor Networks paperSukhatmeOKTBA
4/5A Robust Hybrid Tracking System For Outdoor Augmented Reality paperNeumannOKTBA
4/12Power Management slidesOzdenOKTBA
4/19The Representation of Planning Strategies paper 1 paper 2 GordonOKTBA
4/26Wrapup and overviewIttiOKTBA

Link to CS597 Fall 2003