Motivation and Effective Strategies for Research at the Undergraduate Level

Speaker:  Waleed Ejaz – Kamloops, BC, Canada
Topic(s):  Networks and Communications


It is often believed that publication in academic conferences and/or journals can only be done by professors or graduate students. Moreover, there is a misconception that publication at the undergraduate level is only for the students who are planning to go to graduate school. In reality, publishing at the undergraduate level can not only increase your chances for acceptance as graduate students but also provide you soft skills which are helpful in industry jobs. Firstly, this talk will provide motivation for research work at the undergraduate level. The focus will be given to the undergraduate in electrical engineering, computer engineering, software engineering, and computer science. The talk will also discuss effective strategies for publishing at the undergraduate level. The talk will also present some case studies of undergraduate research experience. Finally, the talk will highlight key technology areas for research and specific venues for undergraduate research publications. 

About this Lecture

Number of Slides:  30
Duration:  45 minutes
Languages Available:  English, Hindi
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