Tutorial Title: "Finding Research Topics and Writing Scientific Papers"
By professor Tu-Bao Ho, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Room: 5-K1, 15:05-17:05, Nov 9, 2016
The purpose of this tutorial is to introduce attendees, especially the students and young researchers, to the main issues when finding a research topic and when writing a scientific paper. The tutorial starts with an emphasis on the importance of finding a problem that is worth to do and when writing papers as a part of the research work. It then discusses on important factors for doing these tasks. The tutorial is presented with a number of concrete examples and an open discussion with audience.
Tu-Bao Ho is Professor of School of Knowledge Science at Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology. He received a bachelor degree in applied mathematics from Hanoi University of Technology (1978), M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science from Pierre and Marie Curie University, Paris (1984, 1987), and Habilitation from Paris Dauphine University (1998). His research interest includes artificial intelligence, knowledge-based systems, machine learning and data mining, computational science, bio-medicine data analytics. He is author and co-author of about 70 journal papers, 30 book chapters and 200 refereed conference papers.