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Digital systems

Digital Systems

Research Presentation

Digital Systems Research Presentation


Lecture 6 how to present a paper

Lecture 6: HOW TO PRESENT A PAPER

Digital Systems Research Presentation


How to present a paer

HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

  • What to Say and How to Say it

  • Getting Though the Audience

  • Visual and Aural Aids.

  • Question Time

Digital Systems Research Presentation


Research presentation

HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

  • Communicate the idea

    • Make sure your talk emphasis the key idea and skip the what is standard or obvious or complicated.

  • Don’t get Bogged Down in Details

    • Details are out of place in an oral presentation.

    • Anybody lacking technical knowledge want less detail-Any body with modest will can fill in detail by studding your paper.

  • Structure your talk

    • Your presentation should b split into part each with its own objective and style.

  • Use a top down structure

    • Introduction

    • The body

    • Technicalities

    • Conclusion

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HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

INTRODUCTION

  • Define the problem

    • How difficult the problem is, it can be described in under 5 minutes.

    • Remember If the audience doesn’t understand the problem the won’t understand the rest.

  • Motivate the Audience

  • Introduce Terminology

  • Discuss earlier work

  • Emphasis the contribution of your work

  • Provide a road map

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HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

INTRODUCTION

  • Define the problem

  • Motivate the Audience

    • Explain why the problem is so important.

    • What are its application.

    • Why it is non-trivial.

  • Introduce Terminology

  • Discuss earlier work

  • Emphasis the contribution of your work

  • Provide a road map

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HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

INTRODUCTION

  • Define the problem

  • Motivate the Audience

  • Introduce Terminology

    • All terms must be introduced earlier.

    • Also useful to remind them in critical points later.

  • Discuss earlier work

  • Emphasis the contribution of your work

  • Provide a road map

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HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

INTRODUCTION

  • Define the problem

  • Motivate the Audience

  • Introduce Terminology

  • Discuss earlier work

    • Describe relevant or related work.

    • Be sure to mention the author and it publication date.

    • Compare and contrast them with each other.

  • Emphasis the contribution of your work

  • Provide a road map

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HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

INTRODUCTION

  • Define the problem

  • Motivate the Audience

  • Introduce Terminology\

  • Discuss earlier work

  • Emphasis the contribution of your work

    • Make sure you explicitly state the contribution for to your research.

    • Don’t let the audience to search the result through the bunch of details.

  • Provide a road map

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HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

INTRODUCTION

  • Define the problem

  • Motivate the Audience

  • Introduce Terminology\

  • Discuss earlier work

  • Emphasis the contribution of your work

  • Provide a road map

    • Give the audience a brief guide to rest of you talk

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HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

The body

  • Abstract the major results

    • Describe the key of the paper.

    • You have to get technical here, but gradually.

  • Explain the significance of the Result

    • PAUSE and explain the relation between the formal theorem and the informal description in the introduction.

    • If the statement of theorem is very technical this may take sometime.

  • Sketch a proof of the Crucial Result

    • Give a very high-level description of proof.

    • Emphasis the proof structure and the proof technique.

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HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

Technicalities

  • Sometimes you should get into some details for experts expecting more technicalities to prove your result.

  • Present a Key Lemma

    • Choose just one key result. It should be important, non-trivial presentable in a relatively short period of time.

  • Present it Carefully

    • You may descend into messy technical details, but try to be as succinct and clear as possible.

    • You might want to fill in one of the gaps that may appear in the paper, to give the audience, something that they could not get by staying home and reading the paper.

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HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

The conclusion

  • Hindsight is clearer than foresight

    • Make observation of what had been confusing earlier.

    • Refer to statement you have mentioned in three last and make them coherent.

    • You will regain the attention of non-expert that had not following the discussion.

  • Give open problem

    • End with a list of open problems.

    • Mention weakness of your work.(this may defuse antagonizing question during question time)

  • Indicate that your problem is over

    • E.X, “Thank you” or “Any question”

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HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

Know Your Audience

  • Make sure that your talk is prepared at the right level. There are four types of audience:

  • 1. Scientists:

    • Most of the audience won't even know what Computer Science is.

    • Emphasize the Introduction and the Body.

    • Remember you will have to define many terms that you have taken for granted for years.

  • 2. Computer Scientists

  • 3. Theoretical Computer Scientists

  • 4. Experts

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HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

Know Your Audience

  • Make sure that your talk is prepared at the right level. There are four types of audience:

  • 1. Scientists:

  • 2. Computer Scientists

    • Most of the audience will not know what Theoretical Computer Science is.

    • You can introduce a small Technicalities section, but brief.

    • emphasis should remain on the Introduction and the Body.

    • typically encountered during job interviews and departmental colloquia.

  • 3. Theoretical Computer Scientists

  • 4. Experts

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HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

Know Your Audience

  • Make sure that your talk is prepared at the right level. There are four types of audience:

  • 1. Scientists:

  • 2. Computer Scientists

  • 3. Theoretical Computer Scientists

    • You will no longer need to be quite so careful with definitions, but it is politic to provide reminders.

    • The emphasis should be on the Body of the talk, and part of Technicalities.

    • Typically encountered during departmental colloquia and major theory conferences.

  • 4. Experts

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HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

Know Your Audience

  • Make sure that your talk is prepared at the right level. There are four types of audience:

  • 1. Scientists:

  • 2. Computer Scientists

  • 3. Theoretical Computer Scientists

  • 4. Experts

    • The emphasis should be on the Body and the Technicalities.

    • This type of audience will be typically encountered during small, specialized conferences and workshops.

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HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

  • What to Say and How to Say it

  • Getting Though the Audience

  • Visual and Aural Aids.

  • Question Time

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HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

  • Use repetition

    • Tell them what you are going to tell them in introduction. Tell them in the body. Tell what you told them in conclusion.

    • Do not be scared of repetition.

    • Repeat a fact in different ways.

  • Remind don’t assume

  • Don’t overrun

  • Maintain eye contact

  • Control your voice

  • Take care with your appearance

  • Minimize language difficulties

  • Try not to get anxious

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HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

  • Use repetition

  • Remind don’t assume

    • If your paper assumes a standard result, then phrase the result as a reminder.

    • Phrase it as a reminder for those who are not familiar with it.

  • Don’t overrun

  • Maintain eye contact

  • Control your voice

  • Take care with your appearance

  • Minimize language difficulties

  • Try not to get anxious

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HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

  • Use repetition

  • Remind don’t assume

  • Don’t overrun

    • Don’t try to cover too much material.

    • If you are short of time cut the technicalities.

    • Departmental Colloquia last for fifty minutes and the conference from fifteen to thirty minutes.

  • Maintain eye contact

  • Control your voice

  • Take care with your appearance

  • Minimize language difficulties

  • Try not to get anxious

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HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

  • Use repetition

  • Remind don’t assume

  • Don’t overrun

  • Maintain eye contact

    • Spread attention through a the audience instead concentrating on nay person.

    • For beginner choose in random places and look at them successively.

  • Control your voice

  • Control your motions

  • Minimize language difficulties

  • Try not to get anxious

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HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

  • Use repetition

  • Remind don’t assume

  • Don’t overrun

  • Maintain eye contact

  • Control your voice

    • Speak clearly

    • Don’t speak in mono tone

    • Avoid utterances (“Um , Ur, etc”)

  • Control your motions

    • Project energy and vitality without appearing hyperactive

  • Minimize language difficulties

  • Try not to get anxious

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HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

  • Use repetition

  • Remind don’t assume

  • Don’t overrun

  • Maintain eye contact

  • Control your voice

  • Control your motions

  • Minimize language difficulties

    • Get a native to look over your transparences before your talk.

    • At all cost try to avoid peaking from prepared text.

  • Try not to get anxious

    • The best antidote for anxiety is experience.

    • Prepare or practice the talk to the fellow students.

    • Pay undo attention to the reaction of most important persons.

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HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

  • What to Say and How to Say it

  • Getting Though the Audience

  • Visual and Aural Aids

  • Question Time

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HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

  • Make Legible Slides

    • Make sure the text is large enough to be read from long distance.

    • 12-point is unaccepted 18-point is ok.

  • Don’t Use Too Many Slides

  • Use color effectively

  • Use Pictures and Tables

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HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

  • Make Legible Slides

  • Don’t Use Too Many Slides

    • This indicates that your talk contains too mach material.

    • If you change slides too often the audience will not have time to digest each properly.

    • The number of slides vary form person to person and the material presented.

    • Allow the average of 1.5 to 2 minutes for each slides.

  • Use color effectively

  • Use Pictures and Tables

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HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

  • Make Legible Slides

  • Don’t Use Too Many Slides

  • Use color effectively

    • The use of colors can enhance a presentation.

    • Change the color of the text by motivation(E.X. use different color for the statement of theorem)

    • Avoid the temptation to produce a rainbow!!

  • Use Pictures and Tables

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HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

  • Make Legible Slides

  • Don’t Use Too Many Slides

  • Use color effectively

  • Use Pictures and Tables

    • Remember “A picture is worth a thousand words”

    • Give necessary explanation to each, so it is better to say:

      “A picture plus a hundred words is worth a thousand words”

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HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

  • What to Say and How to Say it

  • Getting Though the Audience

  • Visual and Aural Aids.

  • Question Time

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HOW TO PRESENT A PAER

You should expect three types of questions:

  • Genuine request

    • It Causes no difficulties if you are adequately prepared.

  • Selfish question

    • Take a few second to compose and erudite reply that compliment the questioner.

  • Malicious Questions

    • Be prepared, be polite, and avoid getting involved in a lengthy exchange.

    • Some times advisable to short-circuit it by offering to take them offline.

Digital Systems Research Presentation


Thank you

Digital Systems Research Presentation

Thank you!

Digital Systems Research Presentation


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