Title: Presentation Techniques at International Conferences
Speaker: Prof. T.H. Tse (The University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam, Hong Kong)
Time: 14:30, Thursday, September 20th, 2012
Venue: Lecture Room, 3rd Floor, Building 5#, State Key Laboratory of Computer Science, Institute of Software, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Abstract: The talk aims at showing you an example of a good presentation at international conferences.  It must be interesting, humourous, and enjoyable, and yet it should convey serious technical details. We will advise you about everything you ever wanted to know about presentation techniques but were afraid to ask.  For example: What should you really do when attending international conferences? Why and how do you give the audience a good first impression? What is the “tell them * 3″ approach in presentations?  What is the difference between slide-oriented and speaker-oriented presentations? Do you really know how to prepare PowerPoint slides?

Prof. T.H. Tse is a professor in computer science at The University of Hong Kong.  He received the PhD degree from the London School of Economics and was a visiting fellow at the University of Oxford. His current research interest is in program testing, debugging, and analysis.  He is the steering committee chair of QSIC and an editorial board
member of Software Testing, Verification and Reliability, the Journal of Systems and Software, Software: Practice and Experience, and the Journal of Universal Computer Science.  He is a fellow of the British Computer Society,
a fellow of the Institute for the Management of Information Systems, a fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, and a fellow of the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers.  He was awarded an MBE by The Queen of the United Kingdom. More recently, he received best paper awards in COMPSAC 2008, COMPSAC 2009, and QSIC 2011, as well as a best teacher award from the Faculty of Engineering of The University of Hong Kong in 2012.