The University of California (UC) Institute for Software Research (ISR) Graduate Student Research Symposium (GSRS) is an event "for students by students". The program and the organizing committees for the third annual GSRS are composed of graduate students from universities across United States, with a particular regional focus in California.
The primary goal of the symposium is to foster community and expose
possibilities for interdisciplinary collaboration among students
researching various dimensions of software and information technology.
GSRS provides an opportunity for students working in these areas to
interact and discuss their activities with a diverse group of their
peers. Participating students will receive valuable feedback useful in
shaping their current research and informing their future research
The GSRS is sponsored by the UC Institute for Software Research (ISR)
and is being held in conjunction with the 2008 ISR Research Forum. The
ISR Research Forum brings together researchers and practitioners from
academia and industry. The ISR Research Forum includes a program of
talks focusing on joint academia/industry relationships and a
reception featuring research posters and demonstrations.
Participants of GSRS are encouraged to attend the ISR Research Forum
afterwards. The ISR Research Forum brings together world reknown
researchers and practitioners from academia and industry. The premiere
event for showcasing ISR's excellence in research, the forum includes
a program of talks focusing on joint academia/industry relationships
and a reception featuring research posters and demonstrations.