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All students must give the Office of the Associate Dean for Research and Postgraduate Programmes prior notice of their intention to attend each seminar.

Seminars taught by guest lecturers

The seminar offering for the 2009/10 academic year is as follows. All seminars are worth 2 ECTS. Unless otherwise stated, they are all to be held in Seminar Room H1002 (Building 1) from 4.00 pm to 7.00 pm.

Attendance of any of these seminars by computing engineering degree students could be recognized as 1 free choice credit.

Seminar offering for 2009/10 academic year
Computer Languages and Systems and Software Engineering Dept.: Computer Science Module
Artificial Intelligence Dept.: Computer Science Module
Spatio-temporal Data Mining Algorithms. Yucel Saygin. Sabanci University. Istanbul. 16 to 18 June. From 17.30 to 19.30. Seminar Room 1002
Scientific Writing. Myra Sipiliopoulou. University of Magdeburg. Tuesdays and Thursdays from 19 to 30 April. From 17.30 to 19.30. Lecture Theatre 6306. Presentatio on14 April at 17.000 in Lecture Theatre 6306
Privacy, Security and Data Mining. Yucel Saygin. Sabanci University. First session on 5 May at 17.30 in lecture theatre 6302.
Object-Oriented Strategies for Satellite Image Processing and Analysis. Mario Lillo. University of Conception (Chile). 24, 26, 31 May and 7 June. Lecture Threatre 6302. From 17.00 to 19.00.

The above seminars are taught by guest lecturers, giving students the chance to get acquainted with research pursued at other institutions, particularly abroad. Other seminars put students in touch with research going on locally, as they are taught by researchers working at our university attached to recognized research groups.

Seminars taught by local lecturers

These seminars are held throughout the academic year. Each seminar has a duration of five days. The five seminars are held on the same day of the week for five consecutive weeks (save minor exceptions). All are worth 1 ECTS. Unless otherwise stated, they are all held in Lecture Theatre A6201 (Building 6) from 7.00 pm to 9.00 pm.

Week-long seminars
00/00/00 to 00/00/00 Distributed Systems


Five-week seminars (held on one day a week)
Decision Support Systems

Wednesdays (24 February, 3,10,17 and 24 March)
Artificial Intelligence
Tuesdays (16, 23 March, 6, 13 and 20  April)
Quantum Cryptography
Tuesdays (4, 11, 18, 25 May and 1 June)
Validation and Business Applications
Fridays (7, 14, 21, 28 May and 4 June)


Enrolment for Seminars

The Computer Sciences Module is offered as part of the following master's degrees:

Master in Information Technologies students are not required to enrol for any subject beforehand. Instead, students should apply a posteriori for recognition of the credits earned. At this point they are required to enrol for the applicable number of subject credits.

For the other two master's degrees, students have to enrol for subject 103000242, worth 6 ECTS. Students can enrol either at the start of the course or after they have earned the respective credits.