Toward the end of their Master’s and Doctoral research, candidates must lead a seminar session describing their study and research outcomes. Likewise, candidates requesting to transfer to a direct doctoral track must first complete a seminar presentation. The date of the seminar session should be scheduled with the graduate studies coordinator, with the advisor’s consent, and it is recommended to skip dates scheduled for other events/lectures/seminars as they appear on CS website.
Seminar lectures for Master’s and Doctoral candidates must be delivered at least two weeks before submitting your thesis and may be delivered as early as a year before submission. To avoid last-minute problems, we recommend holding your seminar session at least two months before submitting your thesis.
Direct Ph.D. Track Seminar: In addition to publishing in departmental distribution, the seminar should be published also to the referees. The direct track seminar will be published as an M.Sc. seminar (M.Sc. Thesis Seminar).
We recommend giving your lecture during either the winter or spring semesters, rather than during the summer semester when faculty members and advisors tend to be less available.
During COVID-19 period,
Until further notice, the seminars will be delivered online using Zoom – please open a zoom meeting for your seminar and there is no need for access password. The date of the seminar must be coordinated in advance with the supervisor and the link to the zoom must be included in the above mentioned template for publication of the seminar. For hybrid seminar please coordinate room with Graduate Studies Coordinator: Limor Gindin.
1. Before publishing the date of your seminar lecture, please check with your advisor that the date is suitable for him/her. The date should not be changed once the lecture has been published.
2. It is recommended to check in the faculty events page if another seminar is scheduled to the same date and same hour.
3. If there are scheduling or other changes nonetheless, please resend the information to Maya Sidis, and note that you are updating an existing notification. The system will not send out an update following modifications but you may send your own notification of scheduling changes to: CS-GRAD -SEMINARS-L listserv.technion.ac.il.
4. The notification that goes out via the department distribution list and on the department website will appear under your name. If your name has changed or does not appear in the student index, please contact Maya Sidis for update (prior to sending out the notification).
5. To confirm that your notification has been registered by the system, check the lecture schedule on the department website to make sure your lecture appears. If it does, the list-serve will automatically send out a notification 3 days for magister and 14 and 3 days before your lecture for doctoral seminar. Pleas send the template file for distribution at least two weeks before the lecture date and for Ph.D. seminar it is strongly recommended to send more than two weeks before the date to avoid premature email distribution.
6. In order to allow last minute correction and change, and before the notification is sent (for magister 3 days and for doctoral seminar 14 and 3 days before the lecture), Pleas send the template file for distribution at least two weeks before the lecture date and for Ph.D. seminar it is strongly recommended to send more than two weeks before the date to avoid premature email distribution.
7. Any form of notification other than the one described above will not be recognized as the official notification required. Specifically, a seminar lecture integrating a separate field seminar (like the Pixel Club) will be published in addition and not instead of the distribution channel detailed above.