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1995 Immigration Course

Welcome to the 1995 Computer Science Department Immigration Course. The course is for new students, staff, and faculty, but we hope people already in our community will take advantage of the opportunity to learn about CSD people and research. The Research Posters (2nd week) are a particularly convenient and flexible way to learn about research that interests you.

Most days of the IC are organized into four 75 minute sessions, starting at 9:30, 11:00, 2:00, and 3:30, along with some evening activities.

New students are expected to attend all sessions during the first and second weeks.

In addition to the schedule below, we have a bunch of information about getting started at CMU SCS. If you have a question that's not addressed by that list, perhaps you would like to chat with an agony aunt about it instead.

You can jump to the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd week of the schedule.

Saturday August 26

Week One - Faculty Introductions

Faculty introductions are brief (10 minute) talks by the faculty. They may present the academic history and research interests of the faculty, but do not focus on technical detail.

All events are in Wean 5409 unless otherwise noted.

Monday August 28

Tuesday August 29

Wednesday August 30

Thursday August 31

Friday September 1

Wednesday September 6th

Thursday September 7th

Friday September 8th

Sunday September 10th

Week Three

Monday September 11

Tuesday September 12

Wednesday September 13

Thursday September 14

Friday September 15

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