Final Year Projects/Final Year Theses (COMP/CPEG) 2016-2017

 
Date Event Notes
2016-04-06
(Wednesday)
Information Seminar Download Presentation Slides.
Watch Video Playback.
2016-04-14
(Thursday)
Project Descriptions Released to Students Sign into the FYP Management System site for the details of the project/thesis descriptions.
Check out Getting Started with Your FYP before your start.
Get familiar with the Computing Facilities for FYP.
2016-04-21
(Thursday)
Project Registration Opens Choose a project/thesis by registering online. Note that you are committed to an FYP/FYT once your request is accepted. The earlier commitment is made between you and the project advisor. The earlier the project is closed. You may check FAQ for Note: students who do not have a committed project by the end of Spring Term will not be allowed to register in COMP FYP/FYT course in the Summer Term.
2016-09-22 (Thursday), 5pm Proposal Report Due Read the detailed instructions for your report carefully. Attend Library workshops to learn how to use library and Internet resources. Meet the communication tutors and meet their deadline to improve your English.

Be reminded to prepare the monthly report in Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec & Feb. Download Monthly Report Template (.docx). Submit your reports via the FYP Management System.
2016-10-06
(Thursday)
Proposal Report Graded You can check your grade and comments from your adviser & reader when you sign into the FYP Management System.
2017-02-16 (Thursday), 5pm Progress Report Due Read the detailed instructions for your report carefully. Meet the communication tutors and meet their deadline to improve your English. Submit your report via the FYP Management System.
2017-03-01
(Wednesday)
Progress Report Graded You can check your grade and comments from your adviser & reader when you sign into the FYP Management System.
2017-03-31
(Friday)
Oral Presentation Schedule Released FYP oral presentations will be scheduled on two Saturdays (April 22 and April 29, 2017).
FYT oral defenses should be scheduled individually by the adviser and reader during the period from April 22 to April 29, 2017.
2017-04-06
(Thursday)
Request Demo Equipment from CS System Request special demo machines or equipment. You are required to demo in your assigned classroom unless a special request is approved.
2017-04-20 (Thursday), 5pm Final Report, Self-Assessment Report, and all Monthly Reports Due Read the detailed instructions for your report carefully. Meet the communication tutors and meet their deadline to improve your English. Download Self-Assessment Report Template (.docx). Submit your reports via the FYP Management System.
2017-04-21 (Friday), 5pm Poster Due Read the poster submission guideline (poster templates included). Submit your poster in PDF format via the FYP Management System. See also Poster Gallery.
2017-04-22 (Saturday) to 2017-04-29 (Saturday) Oral Presentation & Demo Oral presentation will be scheduled on two Saturdays (April 22 and April 29, 2017). The schedule will be announced in the beginning of April. All presentations will be video recorded. Each project group has 40 minutes, including Q&A. Overrun is not normally allowed.
2017-05-05 (Friday), 5pm Program Code Due Submit your program codes and binaries on a CD/DVD to the CSE Admin Office (Room 3528, Lift 25/26) by 5pm. Use a permanent marker and clearly write your group and title of the FYP/FYT on the CD/DVD itself, as well as the date.
2017-05-09 (Tuesday) to 2017-05-19 (Friday) Poster Display FYP/FYT poster will be a display for the public to view, as well as second readers to view and grade. (Location: Area outside LTB)
To be announced Video Due for the Best FYP Video Award Details of the award. Submit your video on a CD/DVD to the CSE Admin Office (Room 3528, Lift 25/26) by 5pm. Use a permanent marker and clearly write your group and title of the FYP/FYT on the CD/DVD itself, as well as the date.
List of Best FYP Videos.
  Best FYP Award Also considered for nominations to external competitions!
List of Distinguished FYPs.

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Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs)

COMP4981

The objectives of this course are to:

  1. Provide an opportunity for the student to apply and integrate the knowledge acquired throughout his/her undergraduate study.
  2. Develop the capabilities of a student in analyzing and solving complex and possibly real-case problems.
  3. Develop a student's skills in the systematic development, documentation and presentation of a significant piece of work.

On successful completion of this course, students are expected to be able to:

  1. Develop original solutions to computer science engineering problems of significant complexity.
  2. Utilize prior knowledge, independent research, published information, and original ideas in addressing problems and generating solutions.
  3. Critically evaluate different design concepts, and justify the final choice of design through engineering analysis.
  4. Use software engineering tools to plan, design, implement, validate and maintain a project.
  5. Prepare and deliver a well structured written analysis of a project, as well as an oral presentation.
  6. Establish relationships and implement practices with team members and advisors that will underpin a high level of performance and encourage continuous improvement.

COMP4981H

The objectives of this course are to:

  1. Provide an opportunity for the student to apply and integrate the knowledge acquired throughout his/her undergraduate study.
  2. Develop the capabilities of a student in analyzing and solving complex and possibly real-case problems.
  3. Develop a student's skills in the systematic development, documentation and presentation of a significant piece of work.

On successful completion of this course, students are expected to be able to:

  1. Develop original solutions to computer science engineering problems of significant complexity.
  2. Utilize prior knowledge, independent research, published information, and original ideas in addressing problems and generating solutions.
  3. Critically evaluate different research approaches, and justify the final choice of design through system development, simulation and/or analysis.
  4. Use computational and/or mathematical tools to plan, design and validate an approach if needed.
  5. Prepare and deliver a well-structured written analysis of the project, as well as an oral defense.
  6. Establish relationships and implement practices with advisors and/or local/international researchers that will underpin a high level of performance and encourage continuous improvement.

The FYP/FYT Coordinator