Overview of the Research Project Collaboration (preliminary)
Collaboration Event Interest Submission: Monday, March 1st, 2010
Notification of Selection:Monday, February 1, 2010
Matching Students: Monday, February 1, 2010
Event date:Wednesday, March 17, 2010
AOSD 2010 includes a new Project Collaboration event for research and development projects. A set of R&D projects will have an opportunity to present their work at the conference (15 min. presentation) and to engage with students working on relevant topics.
Requirements to the R&D projects:
- The project's research and/or development should be related to AO;
- A project representative should attend the AOSD conference to
introduce the on-going work and to outline what are the open issues the
project is interested in exploring.
- The interested students will then have a discussion slot with the
relevant project representatives to discuss their ideas on these issues
and potential collaborative work.
Issues on specific collaboration format (e.g., how to involve students,
working remotely or locally, etc.) will be driven by the specific
project/student circumstance. The aim of this event is to identify and
connect mutually interested parties and provide opportunities to meet
and work out their own collaboration schedules/details.
Benefit to the research/development projects
Participation in this event provides two main benefits:
- Project Dissemination: the selected projects will be invited to give
a 15 min. presentation at the AOSD conference (please note that
registration for AOSD conference is a pre-requirement for the
- The projects will potentially identify students to work on the topics
that they are interested in researching/developing.
Benefits to students
Students will get an opportunity to find and engage with projects
related to their work. This could involve, for instance, using the
projects as evaluators; gaining experience of research collaboration;
developing industry-relevant software and joint publications, etc.
In order to participate, please submit an Expression of Interest
containing a 2-3 paragraphs description of the project itself, a URL
(where available) pointing to further details on this project, and a
list of topics of interest to this project. Email your submission to the
Student Event Chair (Ruzanna Chitchyan) at students at aosd.net.
The submitted expressions of interest will be evaluated for their
relevance to the AOSD community as well as to for the relevance of the
background and experience of the students registered for the AOSD 2010
Students Forum. The project selection committee consists of the
Industry, General, and the Student Events Chairs of the AOSD 2010
Selected projects will be invited to register for the Project