EE364b: Projects

Professor Stephen Boyd, Stanford University, Spring Quarter 2013–14

The project requirement deadlines are given below. Please read the project guidelines carefully to understand how the peer reviews work. To do a project, you must submit and pass both the initial proposal and the midterm progress report. You may at any point decide to drop the project and take the final or go Cr/NCr. Do not be shy to utilize the TAs; as soon as you have a project idea, talk to a TA for at least 5 minutes.

The TAs have compiled a list of project ideas here.

Project proposals, reports, and posters must use mbox{LaTeX}, with a style that follows our template.

The final project reports from 2011 can be found here.


  • Initial proposal

    • Sign up, due Sunday 4/20/14, 5pm, here.

    • Send draft to peers, due Monday 4/21/14, 8am.

    • Peer review, due Wednesday 4/23/14, 8am.

    • Initial proposal, due Friday 4/25/14, 5pm.

    • Length, 2 pages maximum.

  • Midterm progress report

    • Send draft to peers, due Monday 5/12/14, 8am.

    • Peer review, due Wednesday 5/14/14, 8am.

    • Midterm progress report, due Friday 5/16/14, 5pm.

    • Length, 4 pages maximum.

  • Final poster presentation, on Friday 5/30/14, 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 24" by 36". You are responsible for printing the poster. We will provide a mbox{LaTeX} template for the posters.

  • Final report, due Wednesday 6/4/14, 5pm.

    • Length, 6 pages maximum.