The Department of Computer Science and Automation (CSA), Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru is holding a five and a half day summer school during July 15-20, 2019. We aim to introduce students to cutting-edge research in computer science. The summer school contains talks, demos, and hands-on sessions by the institute faculty, research scholars and industry experts covering theoretical and applied aspects of computer science. Participating students get an opportunity to interact with students and faculty in the department. For details of last year’s summer school, please click here.
Talks on various topics by Institute faculties, Research scholars and Industry experts.
Hands on session and interactive demos by current students. Great oppurtunity to interact.
Solve problems spanning domains like Theoretical Computer Science, Systems and Machine Learning.
Quizzes and many other fun activities on each and everyday. Lot of surprises awaiting.
Open to all undergraduate students in Computer Science/Information Sciences. Students who will be completing the third year of their study by the end of July 2019 will be given higher preference. Check out this space periodically for more updates.
*Schedule is Tentative
Introduction to the world of Blockchain
Towards the next leap in single threaded programming
The Lost Symbol
A Gentle Introduction to Computational Geometry
Approximation and Online Algorithms
The black art of SQL Query Processing
Introduction to Reinforcement learning
Convincing Yourself That You're Not Stupid.
Enabling GPU compute for HPC and Machine Learning (followed by interactive session with AMD R&D engineers)
Thinking outside the box (and inside it)
A Walk to Remember!
Guided Search via Self Attention Neural Networks
Sources of Big Data / Data Mining
Introduction to Quantum Computing
Introduction to optimizing compilers (Tentative)
Preparing for the Walk!(contd.)
Back to Basics
Principles of Software Engineering - Why should we care about them?
Causal Machine Learning: Inferring cause and effect in computing systems
Words don't lie
A Walk to Remember!
Computational solutions to environmental problems
Introduction to algebraic complexity
Music Programming using Chuck
Have any questions? Our team will happy to answer your questions.
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