CS 197 Freshman Honors Seminar
Spring 2002 Schedule
Meeting place, date, and time:STON 217 Thursday 8:30-9:20am
Office Hours: CS 172 Th 9:30-10:30am
|1/10||Introduction to the class
Research project descriptions
|Students: Please form teams of 3 each. Select a team, leader. Fill out the team preference form and email to me by 5pm on Monday January 14, 2002.
Sample areas (not an exhaustive list): Bioinformatics, Computing in Drug design, Quantum computing, Molecular Computing. All research areas must be interdisciplinary with CS as one discipline.
|1/17||History of Computing||Lecture+(possibly) video|
|1/24||Summary presentations-I||Each team delivers a 5 minute presentation on the topic they would like to research during this spring. Sample presentation is here.|
|1/31||Summary presentations-II||Summary presentation continued for the remaining teams.|
|2/7||Progress Presentations-I||Each team delivers a 10minute presentation summarizing the work done so far and their findings.|
|2/14||Progress Presentations-I||Presentations continued|
|2/21||Critique of work done so far||Each team writes a short 1-2 page report on two of the presentations they have seen so far.The postive and negative comments as well suggestions for improvements made for each project will be shared by the instructor with the entire class without mentioning names of who critiqued whom.|
|2/28||Professor David Nolte, Department of Physics, Purdue University||Quantum Computing|
|3/7||Progress Presentations-I||Topic to be decided.|
|3/14||Class does not meet||Have a safe and enjoyable Spring break!|
|3/21||Progress Presentations-I||The instructor will use this hour to discuss the format of the final report and presentations. Any questions from the class will also be dealt with in this hour.|
|3/28||In class review||Each team makes a 15 minute presentation on their findings|
|4/4||Final presentations-I||Teams 1 and 2|
|4/11||Final presentations-II||Teams 3 and 4|
|4/18||Final presentations-III||Teams 5 and 9|
|Final Presentation IV 1-3pm Room to be announced.||Teams 6, 7, 8, and 10|
|4/25||Class does not meet in lieu of 4/20.
There is NO final exam for this course. Grades will be based on attendance and performance in team research.
|Each team writes a short 1 page report on one presentations they have seen so far.The positive and negative comments as well suggestions for improvements made for each project will be shared by the instructor with the entire class via the class web site.
Mail report to the instructor by 4/25.
Last update:Wednesday October 7, 2009.
Based on input from Alice Blair