The four project requirement deadlines are given below.
Please submit the project documents by e-mail to email@example.com.
Initial proposal, due Friday 4/29/11. One page maximum.
The project proposal should be brief, clear and concise. You should start by
providing some background information on your problem (which should be free
from mathematical symbols). Then you should give a clear and simple
mathematical description of your problem. You can also include any baseline
methods that you have tried, and explain how you propose to solve the problem.
Briefly explain the challenges in your problem and any
simplifications/assumptions that you have made.
Revised proposal, due Friday 5/6/11.
Progress report, due Friday 5/13/11. Four pages maximum.
Peer review, due Friday 5/20/11. One page of feedback.
Final poster presentation, Friday 5/27/11, 5–7pm, Packard Atrium. If you
are presenting please come to Packard to collect the board and easel by 4:30pm.
The boards measure roughly 40" by 30".
Final report, due Friday 6/3/11. Maximum six pages, not including
Here are the project guidelines.
Here is some example code you can use for a
Project proposals, reports, and posters
must use , with either our template
or a good alternative.
The final project reports can be found here.