Data Systems Research Seminars provides a forum for master students to discuss and generate ideas on various applied research issues. Students conduct an in-depth study of research in machine learning interpretability and knowledge graphs, work in discussion groups, and debate. In the research seminar, the students can integrate their knowledge, skills, and practical experience gained throughout their studies. These seminars can be used for 3 ECTS in the seminar module. 3 extra ECTS can be assigned to students who decide to carry on a project in the seminars' context.
Every student must choose 2 research papers. One to defend and one to oppose.
The presentation lasts 20 minutes followed by 15 minutes of defence. During the defence, anyone can ask questions, but the opponent is supposed to lead the discussion stressing the work's weaknesses.
Defender and Opponent should write a common report for the paper in an object.
NOTABLY: Reading a paper always requires reading many of the references too. Both the defender and the opponent should focus on the literature.
Time: Tuesday, 12:15-14:00 Room: 2039 Language: English Zoom link: Feras Mahmoud Naji Awaysheh is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Data Group Research Seminar Time: Sep 14, 2021 12:00 PM Helsinki
Join Zoom Meeting details:
Meeting ID: 951 4061 9436
14.09.2021 First Meeting, topics introduction
21.09.2021 Topic choice, consultation on presentation week (Opt)
28.09.2021 Finalize topic choice, consultation on how to proceed
05.10.2021 Individual work under supervision (No meeting)
12.10.2021 Individual work under supervision (No meeting)
19.10.2021 Meeting for presentations battle (I)!
26.10.2021 Meeting for presentations battle (II)!
02.11.2021 Meeting for presentations battle (III)!
09.11.2021 Meeting for presentations battle (IV)!
16.11.2021 Meeting for presentations battle (V)!
23.11.2021 Meeting for presentations battle (VI)!
30.11.2021 Meeting for presentations battle (VII)!
07.12.2021 Meeting for presentations battle (VIII)!
14.12.2021 Meeting for presentations battle (IX)!
Afterwards Last day to submit your report and have the feedback!
This seminar is a "pass/fail" course. Presence during the lectures is mandatory unless explicitly agreed.
Quality of final report -> Grades 1-5 possible;
Quality of presentation (defense) (incl. slides) -> Grades 1-5 possible;
Proper Use of Time; (2) Clarity & Speed; (3) Logical Flow of Argument / Content;
Quality of the inquiry (opponent) as well as the other participants.