Module 06-07954 (2015)
Second semester mini-project
|David Galindo||Semester 2||30 credits|
Each student undertakes a piece of research work that can be seen as a preparation for a possible final summer project under the supervision of a research-active member of academic staff. Supervision and the written report should address the development of skills in defining aims, objectives and plans; project and time management skills; systematic literature searching and written and verbal communication skills. There is no requirement for a mini-project to include development of a program. Projects are either negotiated from a list of academic staff's interests or are developed from a student's original idea.
The aims of this module are to:
- allow the student to deepen their knowledge of an area of computing through individual, supervised study
- learn and develop research skills appropriate to their chosen area of computing
On successful completion of this module, the student should be able to:
- define aims and objectives for a research project and propose feasible working plans to accomplish the work
- manage their project and their time
- search the literature of their topic in a systematic fashion
- demonstrate good written and verbal communication
- 06-06991 - Research Skills
Student work, supporting supervisions
Contact Hours: Variable
Sessional: continuous assessment (report) (100%).
Supplementary (where allowed): None; the module can only be repeated.