|COMP520 Coordinator:||David Bainbridge
Phone: (07) 838 4407
|Description:||Directed investigation and report on an approved project or study topic.|
|Project Selection:||Students are normally required to select and sign up for a project before the end of the semester preceding their course. If you were/are unable to meet this deadline you should contact the course coordinator as soon as possible.
A list of projects currently available, and the sign-up procedures, can be found on the Project Selection page.
|2014 Classes:||Wednesday, 2-3pm, S.1.03
Please see the Paper Schedule for details of class commitments.
|Course Text:||Some readings will be supplied.|
|Assessment:||The grade is based totally on the final report.|
|Pass/Fail:||Other compulsory components are assessed on a pass/fail basis:
|Deadlines:||There will be no extension of deadlines except for sound, documented, medical reasons. All extensions will be dealt with by the course coordinator.|
|Photoboard Blurbs:||At the start of semester most students are assigned lab space. A blurb about their research topic and a photo get put on the photoboard outside the lab they are working in. By the end of the second week of semester, students are required to provide the blurb and photo to go up outside their lab. The blurb needs to be about 80 words and have a title of 4-5 words (see Blurb Examples for ideas). Students can provide a digital photo of themselves that can be cropped to fit in the space allowed or a photo will be taken of them. Blurbs and photos are to be emailed to Bronwyn Webster in the Computer Science office (G.1.21).|
|Handing In:||Project Proposals|
Project Proposals are to be handed in to the course coordinator using the hand in process on Moodle. Please use 'lastname-proposal' as the filename for your electronic file.
After checking by the supervisor students are to submit an electronic version of their Final Report by 4pm of the due date, using the hand in process on Moodle. Please use 'lastname-final' as the filename for your electronic file and make the first page of the file contain the report title only.
If a student holds a key to a Research Lab, then the key must be returned to the Computer Science office (G.1.21) shortly after they have submitted their Final Report.