Raazia Sosan

  • , DHA Suffa University, SIGGRAPH 2020
  • United States, District Of Columbia
Excellent experience. Learned really a lot. I got a lot of exposure and ideas about the latest trends in Computer Graphics. I can guide and train the women in my society really well now about how to excel in the area of Computer Graphics. I am thankful to ACM-W for providing me this once in […]
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Jingmei Hu

ICSE 2020 was an unusual but great experience for me. This year, it was held virtually. The conference had a well-developed online platform to do virtual academic or social chat and every virtual session was well-organised. I really enjoyed learning from others in SE-related fields. It would help me in developing good research works in […]
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Vartika Agrahari

Over the past one and a half year, I have been working in the area of Software engineering, Education Technologies, and Human-computer Interaction (HCI) in RISHA (Research in Intelligent Software & Human Analytics) Lab, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, while pursuing my Masters degree (Master of Technology i.e., M.Tech) at Indian Institute of Technology […]
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Mansi Agarwal

The 34th AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence 2020 was an enriching experience. It was my very first conference, and it became all the more special, for I got the golden opportunity to present my two full-length papers and a poster. I was a tad bit nervous considering it was my first formal presentation that, too, […]
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Maitree Leekha

In this technological era, advances in the field of computer science play an important role in meeting societal needs. From medicine to finance, technological innovations have helped in solving many challenging problems. Specifically, the progress made by scientists in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning is paving the way for several revolutionary changes, that has been […]
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Nayantara Kotoky

ICMLA 2019 was a great experience for me, especially with the varieties of applications that I was fortunate to learn about. The conference had a wide selection of new applications of machine learning, and it was a good platform to learn of the multitude of ways in which machine learning can contribute to the society […]
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Vanessa Ann Beddoe Sawkmie

  • , Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, IEEE IEEM 2019
  • Macau SAR China
IEEE IEEM 2019 was my first International Conference and as a first-timer, I had a valuable learning experience. It was a privilege to be able to present my work in front of renowned researchers from different parts of the world. The three days of the conference were enriching and as a Ph.D. aspirant, I was […]
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Chhavi Sharma

It was a wonderful experience of attending and presenting my work at NeurIPS and OPT ML (co-located with NeurIPS) workshops. These were my first presentations at the international conference workshops. I got an opportunity to present my work in front of renowned researchers working in the similar domain. The workshops had a diversity of interesting […]
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Sarah Brockman

This December, I was given the opportunity to attend NeurIPS 2019 in Vancouver, Canada. Not only did I have the chance to attend a wide range of talks by machine learning experts in industry and academia, I had the privilege of presenting the paper I co-authored at one of the poster sessions. This was my […]
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Xaviera Steele

As one could expect, attending my first academic conference was an enlightening experience. I can categorize my new learning into 3 areas: how academia works, how innovation sometimes proceeds within theoretical computer science, and how little I currently know about the field. After conversing with a range of postdocs and PhD students, I have a […]
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Anushka Bhandari

  • , IIIT Delhi, India, CSCW 2019
  • United States, Texas
Over the past one and a half years I have been working in the field of Human Computer Interaction for social causes mainly on how technology can be tapped to improve the education of the underprivileged people involved in the Health Sector. My work mainly revolved around developing systems for the Community Health Workers in […]
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Shringi Kumari

I had an accepted full paper as first author titled “The Role of Uncertainty in Moment-to-Moment Player Motivation: A Grounded Theory”. At CHI Play 2019, I presented a taxonomy of uncertainty in games created using grounded theory methodology. It is developed by analysing interviews of players reporting their experience of playing casual games – tracing […]
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