- 16th of September 16:15 in Liivi 2-317 Estonian time: Kickoff seminar and topic presentations
- 23th of September 23:59 Estonian time: Topic confirmation
- 19th of October 23:59 Central Standard Time: Deadline for the first version of the draft (Initial research plan)
- 23th of November 23:59 Pacific Daylight Time: Deadline for the draft to be submitted for reviewing
- 7th of December 23:59 Zürich time: Deadline for reviews
- 21th of December 23:59 Zulu time: Final version of the project report (extended deadline)%
- 2th of December - 21th of December: Presentation weeks
To confirm a topic send me (
firstname.lastname@example.org) an email where you tell me the topic and a supervisor.
Initial research plan
A research plan is a 3-4 page long PDF file with the full problem description and initial research plan. By reading it it should be clear what is the problem you are trying to solve, what kind of methods you are trying to apply and it should contain a clear criterion for the success.
This draft should be 80% feature complete so that your fellow students could review it and give a useful feedback. It should be 6-10 page PDF file that contains all your findings and initial results of your experiments.
The final report should be written using The offical ACM Proceedings Format. The length of the report should range from 4 to 10 pages. If you have really large illustrations then the report can be longer. Please add a subtitle "Limited access" if you report is not public by default and mention it also in the letter. Note that document templates exist for LaTeX and Word! For Lyx fans there is also a Lyx template. Please submit the final report as a PDF file. If your work is confidential then add subtitle restricted access so that I could not guess it. If you worry that Google indexes your work, then do one of the following:
- Make the PDF binary (remove easily extractable text)
- Print the work out and scan it in without OCR
All non-confidential works will be made downloadable in the course page