Proposed project presentations: Firday, January 21st, 10am-1pm
Teams - please insert your brief project description in this file:
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Final project posters should be uploaded as PDF to Courses web page submission form. The presentations would have likely the presentations - show the poster, but also zoom in to various things or demos that you would like to show. Problem is that if there is 30 projects, than even 3h session would allow only some 5 minutes per project presentation.
Every year students have the task to think up a project idea (or take an idea proposed by us), implement it, and present it. Projects are usually done in groups of up to three people.
The project could be original research on algorithms/data structures, practical implementations of some algorithms (for example as a part of a game), performance analysis and comparison of methods, visualisation, ... If you are not sure if your idea is fine, then make sure to ask the staff. One way to approach would be to look at homework tasks, think which kind of topic interests you (and maybe you could use it in your research/work) and read a bit more on the topic.
HW 11 --
EX5: The course ends with the project to be completed usually by a small team of 2-3 people. Your task is to come up with one project proposal all by yourself (this is an individual task, you will have time to share) - taking ideas from project ideas file, from previous homework, or your imagination + google. E.g. you may attempt to extend some of the past exercises. Note - this is a proposal that you may use to attract other students to join, and this is at the same time a proposal that you do not need to start executing necessarily. So. it's more a planning exercise, not an execution exercise.
Your project proposal should have:
- 2-5 sentences of a short description
- Briefly described the motivation and the main challenge of this project
- Division of tasks, the estimated number of work hours per task, and deadline (aim at our poster session!)
- Allocation of the 2-3 people to tasks and hours.
- Recommended: create a GANTT chart to cover the previous two points.
- Description of the envisioned end results that would go to the project report/poster.
We will discuss these in the practice session.
Submit your poster here: