The Computer Science Department welcomes both undergraduate and graduate students working with Computer Science Faculty on researchprojects to present their work at the 9th Annual Computer Science Workshop. Computer Science graduate students awarded with Graduate Assistantships are required to submit an abstract for presentation. Abstract submissions are requried for reviewing prior to presentations, and presentations will be allotted 20 to 30 mintues.
Submission instructions are at digitalcommons.unomaha.edu/csworkshop/2019/
The subject and slides of accepted presentations will also be published on DigitalCommons.
- March 15: Abstract Submission
- March 22: Acceptance Notificcation
- March 29: Final Version of Abstract Submission
- April 5: Workshop and Slide Submission
Dr. Azad Azadmanesh and Dr. Yuliya Lierler
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