Student Conference on Optimising Software
The StuConOS conference is aimed at current undergraduate and master students from any department at UCL. The conference will give students a chance to submit their work and to have this reviewed by a programme committee of experts, as well as the potential to win cash prizes.
The word “optimisation” will be interpreted in its very broad sense: anything that improves (in any way) software or the process of making it. It will give students an initial taste of research work and a chance to publish and discuss their ideas with experts. The programme committee will review the submissions and decide on those to be accepted and the prizes to be awarded. All authors will receive feedback on their work and those accepted for the conference will be published as UCL Research Notes and presented (by one of the authors) at the conference.
There will be prizes for the best three papers submitted in the form of a gold, silver and bronze medal which will be accompanied by a gift of £500, £300 and £200 respectively.
Paper submission deadline has been extended to the 14th October.
You can find more information on the StuConOS website.