After your FYP is finished, you get to tell others about it. For your oral presentation, you have 40 minutes to explain your project, give a brief demonstration (live or with a video) and answer questions from your advisor and the second reader. (FYTs may be given 45-60 minutes.) Five keys to success are adequate planning, preparation, practice, practice and practice.
To help you prepare, dozens of previous presentations have been filmed, and the videos have been uploaded to YouTube. In addition, dozens of possible questions have also been collected. These examples and questions have been categorized according to research area and other issues, and links are provided below.
|Computer Games and Game Editors||Presentations||Questions|
|Data, Knowledge and Information Management||Presentations||Questions|
|Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining with Big Data||Presentations||Questions|
|Mobile and Wireless Computing||Presentations||Questions|
|Motion Control and Gesture Recognition||Presentations||Questions|
|Networking and Computer Systems||Presentations||Questions|
|Theoretical Computer Science||Presentations||Questions|
|Vision and Graphics||Presentations||Questions|
|HKUST Related Software||Presentations|
|RFID and NFC||Presentations||Questions|
|Shortest Path Algorithms||Presentations||Questions|