Work in assigned groups.
The objective of this project is to write a paper and do a
presentation summarizing the important points from a published paper on
an emerging technology.
NOTE: Use the Project Report Template .
IN NO CASE may code or files be exchanged between students, and
each student must answer the questions themselves and do their own
plots, NO COPYING of any sort! Nevertheless, students are
encouraged to collaborate in the lab session.
- Last day of class:
- The project ieee-format report is due in class: worth 1/2 project grade BONUS POINTS
- NO HARDCOPIES in 2020: Hardcopy turned in
- pdf of report submitted in canvas
- See required content for your report on the webpage of the assignment
- Several key equations with description
- LEGIBLE snapshots of several key figures from the paper, with appropriate caption (with citation in caption!)
- Final Exam Period:
- MAKE SURE THAT YOU HAVE SOFTWARE TO CREATE AND VIEW MP4 VIDEOS.
- Video upload of a powerrpoint presentation of your project and peer review:
- Video upload: worth 1/4 project grade BONUS POINTS
- Before 5 PM of the night before final exam,
upload a video of a powerrpoint presentation of your project to canvas
- The name of the video file must be "wavesGroupXX.mp4"
- where XX is your group number or the last name of one of the students
- The first slide and beginning of video must show:
- names of all students on the first slide
- Each group must submit their 5-minute video presentation (
- 5 minutes maximum video length!
- IMPORTANT: Only upload one video per group, NOT one per student
- Other instructions are on the canvas website
- Peer review: worth 1/4 project grade BONUS POINTS
- Within first 90 minutes of beginning of final exam period, conduct your peer reviews as assigned
- Instructions are on the canvas website
WARNING !! ====================================
- **** WARNING **** YOU MUST USE
THE PROJECT REPORT TEMPLATE :
- See the Project
Report Template at the webpage of the assigned tasks noted above
- A well-written report/paper is
- STRONGLY RECOMMEND that you read IEEE
authorship series: How to Write for Technical Periodicals
- Clearly describe everything, including:
- variables in block diagrams
- variables in formulas
- units of variables kHz, pF, nH, m, s,
- all traces on plots
- all curves on plots
- all results in any tables
YOU MUST ADD CAPTIONS AND FIGURE
NUMBERS TO ALL FIGURES!!
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