4840-1055: Non-Research Tips for Information Science Researchers / 情報科学研究補助技法 (Summer 2024)

This lecture is offered at the Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Department of Information and Communication Engineering, the University of Tokyo. This lecture is tailored for graduate students majoring in information science.

News

  • April 20: Week 2 slides are updated.
  • April 18: !!The room has been changed from #244 to #241!!
  • April 17: Week 2 slides are uploaded.
  • April 10: Week 1 slides are uploaded.
  • March 19: The website is now online.

Overview

We will teach various skills that are not directly related to the research itself but are essential to advance research activities. These skills include writing pseudo code, creating a demo video, and managing a research community. Unfortunately, students often do not receive systematic training in these techniques. Our goal is to provide systematic training in these non-research skills during this lecture. By mastering these skills, we hope students can focus more on their research itself.

While this lecture will be in English, Japanese materials may also be distributed.

  • Dates: Wednesday, 2nd period (10:25 - 12:10)
  • Location: Faculty of Engineering Bldg. 2 #244 #241
  • Style: The lecture will be held in-person. No streaming is available.

Overview (Jp)

本講義では、研究そのものとは必ずしも直接関係なくとも、研究活動を進める上で不可欠な様々なスキルを教えます。これらのスキルには、疑似コードの記述、デモビデオの作成、研究コミュニティの管理などが含まれます。こうした技術は、大学の教育プログラム中ではあまり教えられないことが多いです。私たちの目標は、これらの非研究スキルに対する体系的なトレーニングを提供することです。これらのスキルを習得することで、学生が研究そのものにより焦点を当てることができるようになることを目指します。

本講義は英語で行われますが、日本語の資料も配布される可能性があります。

  • 日時: 水曜2限 (10:25 - 12:10)
  • 場所: 工学部新2号館 244講義室 241講義室
  • スタイル: 対面授業。配信はありません。

Instructors

Prerequisites

A similar lecture, “The Missing Semester of Your CS Education” has been created with a similar purpose and may serve as a helpful reference. Reading it is recommended before taking this lecture.

Assessment

Mid-term and/or final reports are planned. Additionally, those interested or all participants will conduct a final presentation.

Schedule

Date (2024) Contents Presented by Resources
Week 1, Apr 10 Introduction. Review of fundamental concepts Yusuke, Koya, Yuki, Jun slides
Week 2, Apr 17 Equations and pseudo-codes Yusuke Matsui slides (updated on April 20)
Week 3, Apr 24 Presentation Koya Narumi xxx
Week 4, May 1 Tables and plots Yusuke Matsui xxx
Week 5, May 8 Figures Koya Narumi xxx
Week 6, May 22 Videos Koya Narumi xxx
Week 7, May 29 Invited Talk 1 Dr. Yoshiaki Bando (AIST) xxx
Week 8, June 5 Invited Talk 2 Prof. Katie Seaborn (Tokyo Tech) xxx
Week 9, June 12 GitHub in depth Yusuke Matsui xxx
Week 10, June 19 Automation of research and research dissemination (Web, Cloud, CI/CD) Jun Kato xxx
Week 11, June 26 Research community Jun Kato xxx
Week 12, July 3 3DCG illustrations Yuki Koyama xxx
Week 13, July 10 Final presentations - xxx