Every FYP group is required to submit three reports: a proposal (due in September), a progress report (due in February) and a final report (due in April). The structure of these reports is almost the same. The proposal is the basis for the progress report, which is the basis for the final report. The CTs can help with all three reports, although they primarily help with the proposal and progress report after these reports are already submitted.
FYP project topics typically follow FYP advisors' research areas of interest. Some FYP advisors have given permission to view some examples of good FYP final reports via this website. Since FYP oral presentations typically include MS PowerPoint presentations that follow the same structure as the final reports, watching videos of previous FYP oral presentations can also be helpful. Thus, some examples of good FYP oral presentations have been collected and uploaded to YouTube. The reports and presentations have been categorized according to research area, and links are provided below.
|Computer Games and Game Editors||Reports||Presentations|
|Data, Knowledge and Information Management||Reports||Presentations|
|HKUST Related Software||Reports||Presentations|
|Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining with Big Data||Reports||Presentations|
|Mobile and Wireless Computing||Reports||Presentations|
|Motion Control and Gesture Recognition||Reports||Presentations|
|Networking and Computer Systems||Reports||Presentations|
|RFID and NFC||Reports||Presentations|
|Theoretical Computer Science||Reports||Presentations|
|Vision and Graphics||Reports||Presentations|