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  1. Hi, I hope all of you stay safe in such a difficult situation. I'm planning to apply to the CS (to be specific, HCI) for the upcoming Fall 2022 semester. I know this might sound a bit 'out of time' question, but I'd like to ask all of you about my profile and gain some insight on my future application process. I have several top-tier pubs with low gpa, and I'm having trouble looking for some references for my future application. If possible, please give me any of the advice including evaluation of my profile, future direction of improvement, or some possible target schools.
  2. Hello, My background is somewhat unconventional and I am having a very difficult time narrowing down the range of schools to apply to that I would likely get in. Especially since most graduate school profiles are vague on their admission statistics, it is difficult to determine what is a likely possibility of acceptance. I am unsure of which schools to target, if some of these masters programs are too ambitious, or if I am selling myself short. Right now, my school list includes the University of Texas, Texas A&M, Colorado Boulder, University of Chicago, Boston University, Univer
  3. I'm going to graduate with my BS in Aerospace Engineering next spring. Due to a variety of factors, I have decided to pursue graduate-level education, and I would like the opportunity to do it in CS, as that is where my interests have lied for roughly a little more than the second half of my bachelor's degree. I'm well aware that a transition from AE to CS is unorthodox, and I'm concerned that many good programs (both at prestigious and not so prestigious universities) will think that I'm unqualified. Does anyone who has either made the transition (or a similar one!) themselves or know so
  4. Hello there, I have a PhD offer from UT-Dallas and another one from University of Rochester. Both are funded- UTD(stipend around 1.8k and UR stipend around 2.3k) I think both are great offers but I'm confused as to which would be better for me. for University of Rochester, I have a supervisor while for UTD, I do not have a supervisor yet, and I'll have to find one after I start classes. My interest is in NLP and ML, but I have not been able to narrow it down any further. I think that talking to alumni or current students of the institution would help immensely. Is there anyo
  5. https://chat.whatsapp.com/H36MaEOIyVf3qTSrPObs5R
  6. My preferred area is ML/AI/CV. JHU has a very small and competitive batch size, although it is not the best ranking wise. It is not the best for CV, but guaranteed assistantships and opportunities for research. UMass has the best ranking and is the cheapest but it's got an insanely large batch size. I don't think most MS students have a shot at doing proper research as their PhD count is 150+ as well. Also not really looking forward to staying at a town compared to the two cities. NYU offers the best job prospects at startups, but is the most expensive. Moderate batch size.
  7. I got admitted into the Master of Science programs of these two schools, majoring in Computer Science... Any advice on which one to choose? 😃
  8. Hello. I've always known that USC is a very good school, but I was surprised recently when I checked csrankings.org that they're within the top 20 for AI/ML (my field of interest). I'm looking to apply this year so that I can (hopefully) start in the fall of 2021. I'm not looking for a generic "what are my chances" post, but I would like some advice on what I could work on in order to improve my chances for admission. 1. GPA: 3.2ish/4.0 (undergrad), 3.85/4.0 (master - 1/4 semesters) 2. GRE: 163V/169Q/5.5AW 3. Research: No major publications. One paper submitted to an int'l
  9. Hey Everyone!, a newbie to this forum here! I am a prospective student who will be applying to the MS Computer Science Program at Georgia Tech. I have a unique doubt. I have already submitted a Ph.D. application (ML Ph.D. program) at Georgia Tech. But according to this link (https://grad.gatech.edu/helpdesk/knowledgebase.php?article=7), a student is allowed to have two open applications per semester. So, my first question is that then it should not be a problem if I decide to apply to the MS CS Program, given that I have another submitted application already, right? Second, if I am allowe
  10. I am a CS grad and after 4 years of experience I am thinking about pursuing MS. My intention behind MS is purely getting into research and robotics. I plan to learn raspberry pi and quadcopter on my own time first before approaching any professors for RAship. I am targeting a fully funded MS either by TAship or RAship. Please advise.
  11. Hey guys, I got accepted by the Master in Intelligent Information System (MIIS) and Master in Computational Data Science (MCDS) programs in Carnegie Mellon University. Both programs are industry-oriented and are provided by the Language Technology Institute. As far as I'm concerned, the main difference is that MIIS is more focused on applying Machine Learning to Natural Language Processing as well as Text Mining while MCDS focuses more on Machine Learning itself as well as Data Science. Personally, I'm interested in all the fields mentioned above so it doesn't matter which one
  12. Hi all, I'll be starting next year at a public R1 university with majors in Mathematics and Computer Science (and possibly a minor in Econ) with a number of math credits I earned through dual enrollment during high school (Calc 1, Calc 2, Calc 3, Diff Eq's, Intro to Analysis, and Modern Crypto). I've been reading through my university's course progression, prereq flowchart, etc and quickly realized that I am very much a fish out of water when it comes to selecting courses to take during my undergrad. Based on the little contact I've had with a departmental advisor, I'd be abl
  13. As said above, I really don't know what to do. MS in Information Systems on NYU or MS in Computer Science in UChicago. Costs are the same. Any thoughts?
  14. Studied computer science during undergrad with some limited research experience and no publications. Want to apply for Ph.D. in the future. Got admissions from 1. Dartmouth college MS CS with 75% scholarships; 2. Cornell MEng CS; 3. UVa MS CS; 4. UMass MS CS Which school do you think is better for me? Thanks a lot
  15. Hi Guys, I have the following admits, 1. MS Computational Data Analytics at Georgia Tech 2. MS in Analytics at Northwestern University 3. MS Computer Science (concentration in data science) at University of Massachusetts Amherst I have been waitlisted for NYU MSDS and still waiting to hear from Columbia MSDS. A little bit about my background, I already have a bachelors and masters degree in core statistics. My aim is to work in machine learning or data scientist positions. My confusion is given my background, what would be a better choice MS in CS or MS Analy
  16. Do all Columbia Ms Cs people get interviews. I haven't got an interview till now. What does it indicate?
  17. Hi guys, does anyone have any idea about when the decisions for Waterloo MMath Computer Science (MS CS) for Winter 2020 will be given out? I have applied to Waterloo on Jan 20 for Winter 2020 since Fall 2019 deadline was already over...However, I have also applied to other colleges for Fall 2019 admissions. So, if I get admit in other Fall 2019 colleges, how long should I wait before accepting their offers over Waterloo?
  18. Current position: UMich (RA offer): with an AP UIUC (TA offer): with an AP UW-Madison (RA offer): with a professor UCSD (RA offer): with a professor I want to enter the industry after the PhD. Anyone any thought? Thank you guys so much!
  19. I thought UBC Computer Science starts sending out acceptances from late Jan. But, still nothing from them. Any idea anyone?
  20. Hi friends, I'm a little anxious about an upcoming call with my POI. I recently got admitted and my POI emailed me saying that she would love to answer any questions I might have/introduce the school more. I really want to have this call as well, but I'm not so sure what kind of questions I should ask. I know she must be very busy so I want to make good use of the time. We had a Skype call before the admission decision and already talked about current projects, her group (she is a new AP and just started recruiting PhD students), my interests, and the city where the school is. Currently I'm th
  21. (1)Third year CS major in a US university(on the boundary of top 20...), will apply for PhD during my senior year (2)Took GRE once during my second year, and got 160 on reading, 168 on math, and 3.5 on writing (2)Expected GPA during application:3.75/4(our school doesn’t have grade inflation) (3)Since I’m interested in theoretical CS, I’ve taken a lot more upper division math classes than required, and a few CS grad classes related to my area of interest(got As in all of them) (4)One year of research experience(no publications yet), 1 internship experience (5)Will get
  22. How is the application reviewed in the interview phase of EECS MS/PhD at UC Berkeley? If interviewed and accepted into the program, would the interviewer (by default) be the PhD supervisor? Or, is the student first accepted into the program and needs to find a research supervisor later? If the students are first accepted into the program and not by a specific advisor, how would funding be handled?
  23. Hi, I have been invited to do a Skype interview with a professor at Cornell Tech for the M.Eng in Computer Science. I was wondering what kind of interview it will be and what kind of questions I can expect? The only information I got in the email from the admissions department was that I should be prepared to answer technical questions about my experience in computer science. What do you think they mean by that? They also mentioned that the interview will only take between 15 - 30 minutes. If anyone has some experience, then I would be grateful if you could share your advice and exp
  24. Hi guys. I need help in my profile assessment. Please suggest a few universities for MS in CS in both categories: safe and moderate. Would prefer if they were public universities. Term: MS in CS (or MCS, SE) Fall 2019 GRE: 322 (Q-170, V-152, AWA-4.0) TOEFL: 106 (R-25, L-26, S-27, W-28) Undergraduate: B.Tech in Electrical from IIT Ropar with 6.71 GPA (2013-17). Research Papers: 1 paper in Electrical Stream Internships: 1 Software Engineering Internship Work Experience: 1.5 Years, Currently working as a Senior Software Developer Hackathons: 1 Hackathon Win Extras: 1 own a blog and also have
  25. I'm a GSU student and already got a MS in computer science. I want to apply 2019 Fall CS phd program. My GPA is 3.65/4, GRE is V152, Q168, AW(still waiting the score). No publications, no job experience, but I have some related research experience and TA experience. So what ranking range of CS phd program I could apply? Top 50 to top 90?
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