The EE department is glad to announce a weekly student seminar series. The series will consist of talks by PhD and MTech students held every Wednesday afternoon. The objective of the series is to provide a platform for the students to share their research interests with the IIT Hyderabad community, to help the students develop presentation and communication skills, and to create an atmosphere that can facilitate exchange of ideas. We seek strong participation from students towards the seminar series, and invite you to deliver a talk.
Information for speakers
- Each talk is for a minimum of 30 mins and a maximum of 55 mins, followed by 5-10 mins of discussion and questions.
- While slides are encouraged, you may use the black/white board to conduct your talk.
- The seminar must be accessible to a wide audience. For example, all the students from your own stream must be able to follow the majority of your talk.
- While talks based on your own recent research work are encouraged, it is not necessary that your seminar must be based on original results. You could talk about the technical contents of a recent paper that caught your attention, or your talk could be an overview of a research area, or about a useful technical or mathematical result that you find interesting.
- You are also welcome to invite fellow students from other departments to deliver talks, provided the topic of their talk is of sufficient interest to Electrical Engineering.
- The talks will be preceded by a 15 min tea/coffee. Make use of this session to network with your peers and to boost your alertness for the seminar.
- Students delivering a talk must send the details of the talk to Aditya Siripuram and Lakshmi Natarajan. Please use the subject line: Talk proposal for EE student seminar in your email. The body of your email must contain the following fields: name of the speaker, supervisor's name, title, abstract, short biography of the speaker, expected length of the talk, preferred dates (if any).
- Students ensure that their talk and presentation material is of sufficient quality to be accessible to majority of the department.
- Students must tune their talk to fit into the given time limits.