ICTI Student Research Presentation and Lunch

Hamburg Hall Room 2224 (Second Floor, West Wing – Near the ICTI Offices)
Tuesday November 24, 2009
11:45 am – 1:30 pm

Please RSVP At: http://doodle.com/pud7kdfiw442b7qb
(This will ensure we order enough food for all attendees.)

Overview:
   11:45 am Buffet lunch opens (in Hamburg Hall, Room 2222)
   12:15 pm Presentation 1: “Speech Synthesis and Conversion” by Gopala Krishna Anumanchipalli, PhD student, Language Technology (LTI)
   12:30 pm Q & A
   12:45 pm Presentation 2: “Does Money Make the Entrepreneurial World Go Round?” by Ana Isabel Venâncio, PhD student in Technological Change and Entrepreneurship (TCE)
   1:00 pm Q & A

This informal ICTI Student Presentation is designed to promote a broader awareness among and between master and doctoral level students in the technical and social ICT disciplines. Additional benefits for students attending or presenting at this and future sessions are to:
     • Share (and hear) ideas with a broader audience (outside of your own departments)
     • Practice making a presentation
     • Receive (and give) friendly feedback
     • Learn where your own research might intersect with another discipline
     • Generate ideas for potential collaborations (now or in the future)
     • Network and
     • Share good food and company!

For more information, pleasde send an email to Ann Demanski: demanski@andrew.cmu.edu .