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Application Deadline: February 12, 2021
OurCS@DFW participants will be placed into parallel research workshops. Each workshop is supervised by a researcher and focuses on a specific topic. See the list of projects.
Over the course of the event, students will:
- Learn the life cycle of a small research project, including background principles, programming tools and libraries, project design, project implementation, experiment and evaluation, and preparation of presentations
- Collaborate with other students in workshops that use tutorial-style learning materials and feature hands-on team projects prepared by the supervising researchers
- Participate in activities such as a keynote speech, panels, mentoring and advising about graduate studies and career pathways, community building, and social activities
- Present their work at the one-day UTA Student Computing Research Festival (SCRF)
OurCS@DFW also features a pre-event tutorial on Introduction to Python and a Google TensorFlow Machine Learning Tutorial. See the details about these tutorials.
Eligibility & Applying
Students can apply to attend the pre-event tutorial Introduction to Python, the Google TensorFlow Machine Learning Tutorial, and one of the OurCS@DFW workshops --- any one of activities, any combinations, or all of them.
To be eligible for the OurCS@DFW workshops, you must:
- Be a woman or a member of an underrepresented population attending a college, university, community college, or high school in North Texas
- Provide your résumé that includes your GPA, courses, projects, and other relevant information (optional for high-school students, mandatory for college students)
The participants of OurCS@DFW workshops will be automatically included in the Google TensorFlow Machine Learning Tutorial, unless they opt out.
The pre-event Python tutorial and the Google TensorFlow tutorial are open to everyone, including students at all levels, but priority will be given to women and underrepresented minority students.
The eligibility for all activities are summarized as follows.
|Women, non-binary, underrepresented minorities in computing, persons with disabilities||Others|
|High school students||workshops, tutorials (with priority)||tutorials|
|Undergraduate students (colleges, universities, community colleges)||workshops, tutorials (with priority)||tutorials|
|Graduate students||tutorials (with priority)||tutorials|
|Others (e.g., teachers)||contact us||contact us|