Guidelines for presentation and seminar report are in Moodle. See below a latex template for seminar report. This is the same as for Master's theses, so please adjust appropriately to suite the purpose.
The following elements are required:
- Giving a preliminary topic presentation (~5 min) during period III
- Giving a seminar presentation (~40 min) on your topic during period IV
- Acting as an opponent to one other student
- Active participation in the seminar meetings
- Writing a seminar report (~15 pages) on your topic to accompany the presentation
- Peer-reviewing of seminar reports of two other students
- Revising your seminar report based on the reviewers' comments
Grading (at scale 1-5) is based on an overall assessment of all the required components.
Master's Programme in Computer Science is responsible for the course
- Discrete Algorithms course package CSM12100
- Module in Discrete Algorithms CSM22100
- Algorithmic bioinformatics LSI310
The course is available to students from other degree programmes, especially from the Life Science informatics / Algorithmic Bioinformatics study track
The topics of the course are related to recently lectured courses in discrete algorithms. One should have taken at least one earlier discrete algorithms course to attend the research seminar.
To continue with a Master's thesis in computer science related to the topic of the seminar.
Academic writing courses
An ability to give scientific presentations. An ability to peer-review and give feedback on written work and on presentations. Improved scientific writing skills on discrete algorithms topics. In-depth theoretical understanding of an advanced topic in discrete algorithms and/or experience in implementing and experimentally evaluating an advanced discrete algorithm.
After or during a course covering discrete algorithms topics.
The course is offered annually in the Spring term.
The topics of the course are related to recently lectured courses in discrete algorithms.
Grading is 1..5. Presentation and written work of the seminar part are evaluated with a common grade. The 2-cr project part can be evaluated also as pass/fail.
The final grade is a weighted average of the parts.
The course is separated into a 3-cr seminar part and a 2-cr implementation project part, which can be taken independently. The seminar part includes a presentation and written work. The project is an implementation of an algorithm and its evaluation, reported as a (poster) presentation and short report.