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Seminar I/II and Research Status Hearing Schedule 2016

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Important reminders


Schedule of Seminar I and II, 1st quarter (April 6–June 2)
4/10 (Mon., 3rd Period) (SI) Okeguchi Takahiro
()
(Abstract) [Chair: ]
4/12 (Wed., 3rd Period) (SI) Ali Ghorbani
( University of New Brunswick, Canada; Director, Canadian Institute for Cybersecurity ))
(Abstract) [Chair: Kadobayashi ]
5/10 (Wed., 3rd Period) (SI) Iwata Tomoharu
()
(Abstract) [Chair: ]
5/17 (Wed., 3rd Period) (SI) Koh Takeuchi
(NTT )
(Abstract) [Chair: Y. Yoshino]
5/22 (Mon., 3rd Period) (SI) Koshino Kazuhiro
()
(Abstract) [Chair: ]
5/29 (Mon., 3rd Period) (SI) Ajoy K. Datta
( University of Nevada, Las Vegas )
(Abstract) [Chair: Ohshita]
5/31 (Wed., 3rd Period) (SI) Kazuhisa Shibata
(Nagoya University )
(Abstract) [Chair: Ikeda]

Schedule of Seminar I and II, 2nd quarter (June 3–August 1)

Seminar-II student presentation schedule on June and July is here.

6/7 (Wed., 3rd Period) (SI) Inoue Takeshi
()
(Abstract) [Chair: ]
6/19 (Mon., 3rd Period) (SI) Kobayashi Kazuma
( )
(Abstract) [Chair: ]
6/26 (Mon., 3rd Period) (SI) Kashima Kenji
( Kyoto University )
(Abstract) [Chair: Matsuhara]
7/12 (Wed., 3rd Period) (SI) Asai Yoshizuki
()
(Abstract) [Chair: Yoshimoto]
7/24 (Mon., 3rd Period) (SI) Uchibe Eiji
()
(Abstract) [Chair: ]

Second presentations & Midterm Presentation Program (Sep. 26–30) (Check the schedule!)

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9/26(Mon., 1st Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
9/26(Mon., 2nd Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
9/26(Mon., 3rd Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
9/26(Mon., 4th Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
9/26(Mon., 5th Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
9/27(Tue., 1st Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
9/27(Tue., 2nd Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
9/27(Tue., 3rd Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
9/27(Tue., 4th Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
9/28(Wed., 1st Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
9/28(Wed., 2nd Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
9/28(Wed., 3rd Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
9/28(Wed., 4th Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
9/28(Wed., 5th Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
9/29(Thu., 1st Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
9/29(Thu., 2nd Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
9/29(Thu., 3rd Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
9/29(Thu., 4th Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
9/30(Fri., 1st Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
9/30(Fri., 2ndt Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
9/30(Fri., 3rd Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
9/30(Fri., 4th Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
9/30(Fri., 5th Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)


Schedule of Master 1st Presentation (2015/11–2016/1)

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11/16(Wed., 3rd Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
11/16(Wed., 17:10-17:40) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
12/5(Mon., 3rd Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
12/7(Wed., 3rd Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
12/14(Wed., 3rd Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
12/21(Wed., 3rd Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
1/4(Wed., 3rd Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
1/5(Thu., 3rd Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
1/16(Mon., 3rd Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
1/18(Wed., 3rd Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)
1/23(Mon., 3rd Period) (SII) student's presentation (Abstract)

Schedule of Seminar I and II, 3rd quarter (October 4–November 30)
10/5 (Wed., 3rd Period) (SI) Duy Trong Ngo (The University of Newcastle) (Abstract) English [Chair: Duong Quang Thang]
10/17 (Mon., 3rd Period) (SI) Djiby Sow (University Cheikh Anta Diop of Dakar) (Abstract) English [Chair: Fall]
10/19 (Wed., 3rd Period) (SI) Kzuhiro Koshino (National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center) (Abstract) Japanese [Chair: Ono]
10/24 (Mon., 3rd Period) (SI) Zeti-Azura Mohamed-Hussein (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia) (Abstract) English [Chair: Md. Altaf-Ul-Amin]
10/31 (Mon., 3rd Period) (SI) Boxin Shi (Advanced Industrial Science and Technology) (Abstract) English [Chair: Taketomi]
11/7 (Mon., 3rd Period) (SI) Masaaki Nagahara (The University of Kitakyushu) (Abstract) Japanese [Chair: Sugimoto]
11/9 (Wed., 3rd Period) (SI) Yasuhide Yoshitake (National Institute of Fitness and Sports in Kanoya) (Abstract) Japanese [Chair: Taketomi]
11/14 (Mon., 3rd Period) (SI) Inoue Tsuyoshi (Panasonic Corporation) (Abstract) Japanese [Chair: Matsubara]
11/21 (Mon., 3rd Period) (SI) Jun Yamadera (Eyes, JAPAN Co. Ltd.) (Abstract) English [Chair: Arakawa]

Schedule of Seminar I and II, 4th quarter (December 1–February 7)
12/12 (Mon., 3rd Period) (SI) Masaki Suwa (OMRON Corporation) (Abstract) Japanese [Chair: Hiroyuki Kubo]
12/19 (Mon., 3rd Period) (SI) Cheng Yuchang (FUJITSU LABORATORIES LTD.) (Abstract) Japanese [Chair: Yoshino]
1/11 (Wed., 3rd Period) (SI) Katahira, Ishihama (JAXA) (Abstract) Japanese [Chair: Choi Eunjong]
1/25 (Wed., 3rd Period) (SI) Mingyu Guo (University of Adelaide) (Abstract) English [Chair: Hata]
1/26 (Thu., 4rd Period) (SI) Muranishi Akira (Fujitsu Corporation) (Abstract) Japanese [Chair: Nakamura Satoshi]
2/6 (Mon., 3rd Period) (SI) Norihiko Taya (NEC Corporation) (Abstract) Japanese [Chair: Kawakami]
2/8 (Wed., 3rd Period) (SII) Reports of Brain Circulation Program (Abstract) English [Chair: Hideaki Hata]

Unscheduled Seminar I

Credit condition for Semiar I & II

Presentation Guideline for Seminar II

Prepare your presentations as follows.


Procedure to disclose your presentation title and abstract for Seminar II

In Seminar II, students make a presentation of their own research. They must give a 1st presentation 6 month after enrollment, and a 2nd presentation a year later than the 1st one or 6 months before their graduation. Students must disclose the presentation title and abstract at least a week in advance. If they fail to do so, the presentation may not be admitted.

  1. Copy either of template-e.html (English only) or template-ej.html (English and Japanese) in the following directories, and create a file with the name [Student No.].html. For example, if your Student No. is 0461099, your file name must be 0461099.html.

  2. Open the file, fill out the title and abstract of your talk, and save the file.

  3. Check the site below:
      http://isw3.naist.jp/IS/Curriculum/16/Seminar/index.html
    follow the link of your presentation, and confirm that the information of your talk has been uploaded.

Attending attitude

The first aim of Seminar presentation is to widen your perspective and train your presentation and communication abilities.

So try to provide a comprehensible presentation and also try to ask many questions and discuss the presentation with each other. To complete this aim, try to understand research activities carried out in this school with each other and gain experience with debate and discussions. Students are given priority as questioners. So, chairs not only get comments from sub-research advisors, but also have to facilitate all the students to join the discussion instead of just relying on the sub-research advisors.

The chair calls on a questioner, who then gives their occupation and name, asks questions and presents opinions. The chair is responsible to control time.

Questions are categorized in two groups. One is to clarify the concept or how to interpret the data, which helps not only the questioner but also audience members from different study fields to understand the research. Another is to present your own opinion, idea, and future problems to be solved, and ask about solutions, which can be really helpful for the next research step. Discussion, pros and cons, also makes research more constructive and helps with progress.

Although in academic conferences and doctoral defense, it is understandable that you might hesitate to ask questions in crowds because of a lack of confidence in your own knowledge, the Seminar is a place to train yourself and not a rehearsal for a conference. So do not hesitate to take advantage of discussion and debate.


Past Semiar
E-syllabus
seminar1?E?is.naist.jp, seminar2?E?is.naist.jp)