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SWiFT 2019 Schedule

Regular camp hours: 9:00AM ~ 3:00PM, June 3, 2019 ~ June 7, 2019 in the Computer Science Building


In addition to the regular camp hours, we will provide optional individual lab sessions (up to 2 hours per day) for students who would like to conduct additional experiments and have further discussions. All individual lab sessions are supervised by mentors and instructors.

 

Time Topics Location

 

Monday: June 3, 2019

9:00AM ~ 10:00AM

Orientation

Welcome to SWiFT 2019!
Meet and Greet
Introduction to the camp program
Camp logistics
Building tour

 

CSB 215

10:00AM ~ noon

Session 1: Introduction
Introduction to the Unix system
CS account
Introduction to Pycharm

Session notes


CSB 215
noon ~ 1:00PM Lunch (Photo session)
-- Lunch is not provided. Bring your lunch or use CSU's Student food court.

 

Lory Student Center
1:00PM ~ 3:00PM Session 2: Getting Started with Python
Variables
Conditional Code
Loops and Iteration

Session notes

CSB 215
3:00PM ~ 4:00PM

Individual lab session (Lab instructors: Vidya and Calvin)

 

CSB215

 

Tuesday: June 4, 2019

8:00AM ~ 9:00AM

Individual lab session (Lab instructors: Vidya and Calvin)

 

CSB215
9:00 AM ~ 11:30AM

Session 3: Data structures, File I/O and stock function
Lists and Dictionarys
Reading data from files

Session notes

CSB215  
11:30AM ~ noon

SWiFT Guest Speaker Series

Kristina Brown
Academic Success Coordinator, Outreach Committee Chair, Computer Science, CSU

Title: Majoring Computer Science at CSU

CSB215
noon ~ 1:00PM

Lunch
-- Lunch is not provided. Bring your lunch or use CSU's Student food court.

Lory Student Center
1:00PM ~ 3:00PM Session 4: Objects and Functions
Creating objects
Functions


Session notes

CSB215
3:00PM ~ 4:00PM Individual lab session (Lab instructors: Alice and Carter) CSB215

 

Wednesday: June 5, 2019

8:00AM ~ 9:00AM

Individual lab session (Lab instructors: Alice and Carter)

CSB215
9:00 AM ~ 12:00PM Session 5: Advanced Objects
Examples of Objects
Overview of the Project

Session notes

CSB215
noon ~ 1:00PM

Lunch
-- Lunch is not provided. Bring your lunch or use CSU's Student food court.

Campus tour: Morgan Library and Engineering building

 

Lory Student Center
1:00PM ~ 2:00PM Building Tour: Engineering Building


 
2:00PM ~ 3:00PM

Session 6: Introduction to the Camp Project
Understanding and applying sentiment analysis

 

Session notes

CSB215
3:00PM ~ 4:00PM

Individual lab session (Lab instructors: Alice and Calvin)

 

CSB215

 

Thursday: June 6, 2019

8:00AM ~ 9:00AM

Individual lab session (Lab instructors: Alice and Calvin)

 

CSB215
9:00 AM ~ 10:00 AM

Session 7: Micro Tutorial
Track A: Listening to the realtime Twitter messages
Track B: Making an effective presentation (Google Slides)
Track C: Data analytics 101 (Data visualization and analytics)


CSB215

10:00 AM ~ noon

Regroup: Project ideas and where to go from there
Start your projects!


CSB215

noon ~ 1:00PM

Lunch
-- Lunch is not provided. Bring your lunch or use CSU's Student food court.

 

Lory Student Center
1:00PM ~ 3:00PM

Session 8: Team project!
Team project


CSB215
3:00PM ~ 4:00PM

Individual lab session (Lab instructors: Vidya and Carter)

 

CSB215

 

Friday: June 7, 2019

8:00AM ~ 9:00AM Individual lab session (Lab instructors: Vidya and Carter) CSB215
9:00 AM ~ 11:00AM

Session 9: Project and Presentation
Working on the team project /presentation

CSB215
11:00AM ~ 11:30AM

SWiFT Guest Speaker Series

Elisa Cundiff
Academic Success Coordinator, Computer Science, CSU

Title: Designing My Story In CS: Next Steps and Opportunities

 

 
11:30AM ~ 1:00PM

Lunch
-- Lunch is not provided. Bring your lunch or use CSU's Student food court.

 

 

Lory Student Center
1:00 PM ~ 2:00PM

Presentation!

 

CSB215
2:00PM ~ 3:00PM Closing ceremony
What next?
CSB215

 

 

 
   

 

 


© The SWiFT Program
Department of Computer Science
Colorado State University


Educational activity supported by a CAREER grant from the US National Science Foundation Advanced Cyberinfrastructure (ACI-1553685), Computer Science Department, and the Cochran Family Professorship.

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