The Computer Science Student Workshop

CSW’13 Workshop, Call for Participation
4th CSE Student Workshop

April 6th, Istanbul

The Computer Science Student Workshop (CSW) aims to bring Computer Science
and Engineering graduate students in Istanbul together in a semi-formal
workshop atmosphere. There are three main goals to the workshop series:

– Expose graduate students to the concepts of academic writing, peer review,
research presentation, critical thinking, and academic way of thinking in
– Establish and foster a semi-formal environment for graduate students to
meet each other, share ideas and get feedback. Form a network of young
researchers who will support each other.
– Establish a core group of senior graduate student leaders, who will serve
as mentors and role models for the coming generation. Therefore, the
workshop is organised by graduate students, for graduate students.


Participation is free. We welcome participation from both speakers and
non-speaking attendees.

If you are interested in attending, please register as soon as possible. For
registration please visit

For participants located outside of Istanbul, CSW will provide limited
funding for travel and accommodation costs. Funding eligibility and
procedure will be announced later.
The total number for participants will be limited, and registrations will be
dealt with on a first come, first served basis. Registration may close early
if the event is full.

The workshop is planned as single track and will include both oral and
poster sessions of contributed papers, as well as a plenary session
comprising a discussion of R&D activities in industry by leading experts.

If you have any questions, please contact us via e-mail ([email protected])

Albert Long Hall, Bogazici University, Istanbul.

Ayşe Küçükyıllmaz [[email protected]] Barış Altop
[[email protected]] Barış Gökçe [[email protected]] Can Bekar
[[email protected]] Serdar Çiftçi [[email protected]]

Workshop web site: Facebook Page:


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