Recording Academic Outputs

Instructions on recording and reporting your published works, talks, presentations and other activities and accolades.

As CDT students, it is important that you keep a record of your academic outputs, and that you share this information with CDT administration. The main categories of academic outputs are published papers, presentations and posters.

Please e-mail the information listed below to It will be added to the CDT PPar Student Research Outputs page.

Published Papers    

As soon as your paper has been accepted for publication, please provide the paper’s referencing information to CDT administration, in the following format.

Standard format:

Perrinet, LU & Bednar, JA 2014, 'Edge co-occurrences are sufficient to categorize natural versus animal images'. In Journal of Vision, vol 14, no. 10, pp. 1310-1310., 10.1167/14.10.1310

Format without page numbers (for online-only journals):

Sacramento, J, Wichert, A & van Rossum, M 2015, 'Energy Efficient Sparse Connectivity from Imbalanced Synaptic Plasticity Rules'. In PLoS Computational Biology, vol 11, no. 6, e1004265., 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1004265

Format for a paper published in conference proceedings:

Lutz, T, Fensch, C & Cole, M 2015, 'Helium: a transparent inter-kernel optimizer for OpenCL'. In GPGPU 2015 Proceedings of the 8th Workshop on General Purpose Processing using GPUs. ACM, pp. 70-80., 10.1145/2716282.2716284

Posters and Presentations

If you give a talk or present a poster at a conference, workshop, summer school or other academic event, please e-mail us the referencing information (as soon as you return from the event at which you presented) in the following format:

Surname, First Initial (of all contributors, for posters), ‘Talk/Poster Title’, Name of Event, City, Country, Date(s) of Event

Other Academic Outputs

Please also let us know if:  

  • you have delivered a seminar or tutorial
  • your work was featured in an article, on the radio or television
  • you have won any prizes or awards
  • any code, data or other work you generated has been used by another researcher or industry partner
  • you travelled to any conferences or summer schools, or made any research visits, which were NOT funded by the CDT
  • you have anything else to report!