Monday, January 7, 2008:
Wednesday, January 9, 2008:
Friday, January 11, 2008:
Possible class projects are posted in the projects page.
The class email list (firstname.lastname@example.org) is active.
Saturday, January 12, 2008:
The research paper presentations will be carried with groups of two students.
Each group will present total of three papers throughout the semester
- Those interested in choosing their team partners should email me the names
and email addresses no later than January 16th. Since the class email list
(email@example.com) is already populated, feel free to send email to the list
to find students to team up. The students without teams after January 16th will
be placed in teams by the instructor.
Note that while you are welcome to choose your teammate for the research paper
presentations, the instructor will assign the papers to the teams.
Thursday, January 17, 2008:
The schedule of the research papers are posted.
Monday, January 28, 2008:
The schedule of the research papers are posted along with the presenters' names
added at the end of the paper details.
The class project teams are also complete. If you do not have the title of
your project yet, please let me know by next week.
Tuesday, February 12, 2008:
Note that papers requiring review has text (Review due: ...) at the end of
the paper details. The reviews are due on Friday of the previous week. The TA
will give further instructions on how to submit the reviews. The first set of
reviews are due on February 7th.
For those of you who have already presented, but have not yet send me a link
to the soft copy of the presentation slides, please do so ASAP. Please do not
send file attachments via email. The links will be provided at the end of the
Wednesday, February 13, 2008:
Note that there are no paper reviews for next weeks since we'll have short (5 mins/each) project
progress presentations. This will give you time to get started (if not already)
We will follow the same procedure for the project progress presentations.
Especially, the students who are unable to come to the class should send the
presentation link to the TA ahead of time.
- Your presentation should include the problem statement, your initial
thoughts in providing the solution, identified tasks/milestones with their
expected completion times, expected difficulties, and expected resources
(software, hardware, others).
Note that the paper reviews for the rest of the semester have been posted.
You are welcome to turn in your reviews prior to the due dates.
All the presentation files are linked. Please check your presentation file to
make sure it works, if not, let me know. Also, I have few missing links which
means that those groups have NOT yet send me their link. Those groups missing
the links should send me their links ASAP.