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The 2.0 AEGIS Webinar Arrangement


In order to involve more dalaos from our group to introduce knkowledge of their own fields, we updated our webinar arrangement. We hope to encourage more cross-discipline interactions between different researchers and come up with new ideas. Therefore, we have three types of talks.

  • Introduction. Introduction to a focused and specific topic. In this talk, the talker will introduce basics of a certain specific field to audiences that do not have any preliminary knowledge. This aims to encourage cross-disciplinary discussion. Talk lasts about 30 minutes, and discussion lasts for about 30 minutes too.

  • Webinar. Talkers give some talks introducing their papers and works. In this talk, the talker will introduce more about how he finds the problem, how he formalizes the problem, and how he presents the problem. This aims to provide information on how briliant research is carried out. Talk lasts about 45 minutes, and discussion lasts for about 20 minutes.

  • Reading. Talkers introduce papers and related researches. In this talk, the talker will propose his favourite paper, whether it is novel, solid, or classical. This aims for us to chase after the frontier of the researches and broaden the eyesight. Talk lasts about 30 minutes, and discussion lasts about 15 minutes.

Type Talking Discussion Description
Introduction 30min 30min Introduce basic knowledge
Webinar 45min 20min Introduce works of peers
Reading 30min 15min Introduce stoa papers

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