Trick-Or-Research: November 3, 4 - 6 pm!
Trick-Or-Research is a new effort to engage undergraduates in research, both by providing a platform for current researchers to share their work and for undergraduates curious about research opportunities at Illinois CS to explore their options! There are two ways to get involved: providing research highlights and helping to host Trick-Or-Research lab visits!
Looking to join remotely? Here's our zoom link!
Faculty Research Highlight Videos
In the lead-up to Trick-Or-Research, we are putting together a collection of videos of individual faculty members talking about their research interests. These videos serve two purposes: informing Trick-Or-Research attendees about which labs they may want to learn more about and creating a source of information on our research community for engaging prospective students and collaborators.
Interested in having a research highlight video appear? Please contact us as firstname.lastname@example.org!
Trick-Or-Research Lab Visits: November 3, 4 - 6 pm
On November 3rd, from 4-6pm, we invite students interested in research with Illinois CS to join us at Siebel to meet and greet with our research labs. Participating labs will at least one person attend in-person and may Zoom in additional lab members. In-person tables are set up on the first and second floor of Siebel with numbered labels - here are our participating researchers' groups:
|Ling Ren||Table 1|
|Deepak Vasisht||Table 2|
|Saugata Ghose||Table 3|
|Klara Nahrstedt||Table 4|
|Interactive Computing Group||Tables 5, 6, 7|
|Lawrence Angrave||Table 8|
|Darko Marinov||Table 9|
|Jiawei Han||Table 10|
|Parasol Lab (Nancy Amato, Marco Morales Aguirre)||Table 11|
|Sarita Adve||Table 12|
|Kendall Koe||Virtual Only|