Top

Sep 26th, 2017Sep 27th, 2017 at Department of Computing, Imperial College London

ICCSW'17

The 2017 Imperial College Computing Student Workshop aims to provide an international forum for doctoral students to discuss a range of topics that are current in computer science research. The workshop welcomes all research students in the field of computer science.

Following the success of the previous four workshops the fifth workshop provided an excellent opportunity to share provocative ideas, interesting preliminary work, or a cool research directions that may change the world. The workshop aims to:

  • Offer students the opportunity to present their research;
  • Provide students with the experience of publishing papers and reviewing others’ papers;
  • Provide a place for students to network and learn from peers.

Sep 24th, 2015Sep 25th, 2015 at Department of Computing, Imperial College London

ICCSW'15

Following the success of the previous four workshops the fifth workshop provided an excellent opportunity to share provocative ideas, interesting preliminary work, or a cool research directions that may change the world.


Sep 25th, 2014Sep 26th, 2014 at Department of Computing, Imperial College London

ICCSW'14

Following the success of the previous three workshops the forth workshop provided an excellent opportunity to share provocative ideas, interesting preliminary work, or a cool research directions that may change the world.


Sep 26th, 2013Sep 27th, 2013 at Department of Computing, Imperial College London

ICCSW'13

Following the success of the first two editions of the workshop—ICCSW’12 and ICCSW’11—the third workshop provided an excellent opportunity to share provocative ideas, interesting preliminary work, or a cool research directions that may change the world.


Sep 27th, 2012Sep 28th, 2012 at Department of Computing, Imperial College London

ICCSW'12

Following the success of the inaugural workshop, 2012 Imperial College Computing Student Workshop provided an excellent opportunity to share provocative ideas, interesting preliminary work, or a cool research directions that may change the world in a truly open fashion with proceedings published as an open-access volume in the OpenAccess Series in Informatics (OASIcs) published by Schloss Dagstuhl under a Creative Common license.


Sep 28th, 2011Sep 29th, 2011 at Department of Computing, Imperial College London

ICCSW'11

The inaugural workshop aimed at bringing together students at different levels of their graduate studies. The workshop offered a traditional track featuring technical papers and a discussion session focused on current topics in computer science; in particular software engineering panel featuring engineers from Google and panel on machine learning and artificial intelligence joint by number of great researcher.