ARM Research Seminar
With our research seminar on Adaptive Resource Management we want to allow our students participate in our group and our group to get to know our students. In bi-weekly sessions of one hour, we ask one to two of our thesis students to present their topic. This way, we have the possibility to include the complete group (including our students) in the ongoing research efforts, give feedback to projects at different stages, and share results and lessons learned with everyone. Another important goal is to help students connect with each other (e.g. after realizing there is some overlapping interest in a problem setting or experimental design) and get a better understanding of the expectations towards a thesis and scientific work in general.
Thesis presentations are either kick-off or final talks (also see our thesis process ). Talks are expected to take place before submitting the theses.
Current interval: Bi-weekly on odd Wednesdays at 11am via Zoom, up to two presentations per date of max. 15 minutes (plus additional 15 minutes for Q&A and feedback)