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 Seminar for computer science master students (IN2107). Seminar for computer science master students (IN2107).
  
-<​html><​font color=red><​b>​Initial meeting: April 24, 12pm-2pm, room 02.09.023</​b></​font></​html>​+**Note to interested students:** There was a lot of interest in the seminar through the matching platform. However, most of you did not send an e-mail demonstrating prerequisites. 
 +As stated in the pre-meeting and on this website, preference is given to students who showed prior exposure to the prerequisites. 
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 +<​html><​font color=red><​b>​Initial meeting: April 24, 4pm-6pm, room 02.09.023</​b></​font></​html>​ 
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 +<​html><​font color=red><​b>​Update (April 12): Due to room constraints,​ the time of the initial meeting had to be shifted to 4-6pm</​b></​font></​html>​ 
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 +<​html><​font color=red><​b>​Update (Feb 18): The block seminar week is fixed to June 3 - June 7, 6-8pm, room 02.09.023</​b></​font></​html>​
  
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 == Block Seminar Week == == Block Seminar Week ==
-  * We will hold a one-week block seminar, ​tentatively the week May 27 May 31, 6-8pm. ​"​Tentatively"​ means plus/minus one week as this one contains a holiday and we are currently organizing of whether this makes senseFurther details in the pre-meeting. +  * We will hold a one-week block seminar, ​June 3 June 7, 6-8pm. ​Room: 02.09.023
   * This way the seminar does not conflict with the exam period and the evening times hopefully avoid conflicts with other lectures.   * This way the seminar does not conflict with the exam period and the evening times hopefully avoid conflicts with other lectures.
   * All talks are held in English.   * All talks are held in English.

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