Format: 15 min presentation + 5 min Q&A. Please practice for this length. You will be given a warning at 12 minutes and cut off at 15.
Submission: You must send your slides in pptx format to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5:00pm on October 20th. We will be running all presentations on a staff computer to reduce delay between presenters.
What to present:
|1||Kais Kudrolli and Raghav Gupta|
|3||Elliot Rosen and Gaurav Srivastava|
|4||Elena Feldman, Ashish Shrestha and Amanda Marano|
|5||Damla Senol and Jeremie Kim|
|2||Dimitrios Stamoulis and Antonis Manousis|
|3||Amirali Boroumand and Minesh Patel|
|4||Jonathan Leung and Madhav Iyengar|
Format: 20 mins in total: presenting slides + discussion + feedback.
Please include a brief summary of everything you have done so far but focus on new results and your progress since the last milestone. Please also include your plan and (potentially revised) goals for the rest of the semester.
Submission: You must send your slides in pptx format to email@example.com by 5:00pm on November 17th.
Location: CIC 4105
|6:30 - 6:50 PM||Damla Senol and Jeremie Kim|
|6:50 - 7:10 PM||Amirali Boroumand and Minesh Patel|
|7:10 - 7:30 PM||Abhijith Kashyap|
|7:30 - 7:50 PM||Elena Feldman, Ashish Shrestha and Amanda Marano|
|7:50 - 8:10 PM||Elliot Rosen and Gaurav Srivastava|
|8:10 - 8:30 PM||Vignesh Balaji|
|8:30 - 8:50 PM||Jonathan Leung and Madhav Iyengar|
|8:50 - 9:10 PM||Dimitrios Stamoulis and Antonis Manousis|
|9:10 - 9:30 PM||Kais Kudrolli and Raghav Gupta|
When: December 14th, 2015 (2:00 - 4:30 PM)
Where: CIC 4th Floor, Panther Hollow Conference Room
Format: 15 mins in total: presenting slides (12 mins) + Q&A (3 mins). Please practice for this length. You will be given a warning at 10 minutes and cut off at 12.
Submission: You must send your slides in pptx format to firstname.lastname@example.org by 11 AM on December 14th. We will be running all presentations on a staff computer to reduce delay between presenters.
What to present:
Presentation Schedule (14th December)
Presentation Schedule (16th December)
When: Tuesday, December 15, 2015 (1:30-4:30 PM).
Where: CIC 4th Floor
We will provide easels, poster boards and pushpins. Light food/beverages will also be provided.
Printing: You'll be individually responsible for printing your poster. The default recommendation is the Fedex Kinko's in the UC. The recommended size is 30x40in. 24x30in is minimum size. Please be aware that printing takes time, so we recommend you submit it for printing at least 24hrs in advance.
You will hand in a report in the conference submission style. Your final report should be formatted and written as if you are submitting the report to a top computer architecture conference. The report should include the following:
The page limit is 10 double column, single-spaced pages. Make sure your document is spell-checked and grammatically sound. You are encouraged to use the LaTeX template above.
Advice: The key characteristic that distinguishes a “good” research paper from a “bad” one is the existence of “clearly explained insight.” I expect the highest quality of writing as well as clear descriptions of the ideas and techniques from the final report. Even if your research results in a “negative result” (not all research ideas pan out to be useful, in fact few of them do) writing it in a very insightful and intuitive manner can make the research very powerful and important. So, please do spend a significant amount of time and effort to ensure that your report is insightful and explains the ideas very clearly (possibly with examples and good analogies).
See the readings throughout this course for examples. Some selected favorites: