Unless specified otherwise, deadlines are 23:59 on the specified date
- Homework 1 [8 pts] (due 24.09.2021)
- Homework 2 [8 pts] (due 08.10.2021)
- Homework 3 [8 pts] (due 22.10.2021)
- Map Assignment [16 pts ] (due 05.11.2021)
- Portfolio checkpoint #1
- Finish Labs 9-10, document in portfolio
- Soft deadline: before lab 11 ( 09.11 or 11.11* )
- Remark: This is a soft "deadline" as you will only receive short feedback regarding your form - you will not lose any points at this point
- Portfolio checkpoint #2
- Finish Labs 9-12, document in portfolio
- Adjust portfolio based on previous feedback
- Soft deadline: before lab 13
- Remark: Although deadline is soft, you should finish it on time to be able to focus on your project!
- Finalized IoT Portfolio submission
- Finalize your portfolio
- Update portfolio based on previous feedback
- Add some reflective discussion of the experience and progress
- Hard deadline: 19. December 23:59 (EEST)
- Remark: This deadline is hard, we will assess here the portfolio (35 pts), all lecture tasks from lecture 1 and 9-15 (worth 5 points), the final project (20 points), and look for outstanding activities and things potentially worth bonus points (up to 10 points).
*depending on your lab group
In the Portfolio checkpoints, we mainly check the presence of documentation for the respective lab tasks. For detailed feedback, we ask you to engage us and walk us through a specific task of the portfolio (or the personal part) in the labs. Starting from the 2nd IoT lab, we will walk around and ask you to show us one of your portfolios in the group to give feedback in regards of structure but also share some ideas and best practices.
Penalties for missing deadlines:
- Up to 7 days after deadline: Your submission will be graded for 50%
- More than 1 week after deadline: Your submission will not be graded, you get 0 pts.
Homework & portfolio update submission is done using GitLab. Follow this guide to set it up for this course.
Submit your source code into a subfolder of your Git repo. Avoid including unnecessary files (compiled binaries, intermediate output files generated when building the project, etc). For Android Studio, the default .gitignore should take care of this. Photos as documentation (in not too high nor too low resolution) are welcome in the IoT part to show setups and devices in your experiments.