New Trends in Informatics Research - NTIR

May 5, 2006 @ The University at Albany | Albany, NY

  The Informatics Faculty of The University at Albany is pleased to announce its First Annual Spring Research Conference: New Trends in Informatics Research, 2006.

trend
n.
1. The general direction in which something tends to move.
2. A general tendency or inclination.
3. Current style; vogue: the latest trend in fashion.

  The conference will feature talks by faculty researchers discussing their current work, and poster displays by Information Science PhD students presenting the progress that they have made in their own research.

  The topics of the research presentations will feature the newest members of the Informatics Faculty and will represent a variety of current streams of research relevant to Informatics. PhD Student posters will highlight doctoral research at various stages, from proposals to completed research.

To|Participate

  Student researchers interested in presenting a poster summarizing their research should contact Jennifer Powers at jjpowers@uamail.albany.edu or 442.5124.

To|Attend

  To find out how to register to attend NTIR, please click here, or on the To|Register link above.