Group Studies - Modultafeln of TU Ilmenau
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|subject properties Group Studies in major Master Research in Computer & Systems Engineering 2009|
|department||Department of Computer Science and Automation|
|ID of group||2235 (Group for Integrated Communication Systems)|
|subject leader||Prof. Dr. Andreas Mitschele-Thiel|
|on-campus program (h)||0|
|exam||alternative examination performance|
|details of the certificate|
The goal of the group studies project is to learn to solve a research problem or development of a task in a team of peers. A team consists of 2-4 members. The performance in Group Studies must reflect about *300* working hours per student (10CP x 30 hours).
For conclusion of Group studies students must prepare a written report and a presentation.
One report must be prepared for each project (per group). Students must use the IEEE template for their report.
Students must present their final results in the Research Group meeting of their supervisor (internal meeting, Dienstberatung). Presentation should take 20-30 min per team + 10 min discussion.
The final grade includes 60% grade from the documentation (report) and 40% from your presentation.
|Signup details for alternative examinations|
|maximum number of participants|
|previous knowledge and experience||Completion of Research Seminar I|
|learning outcome||The course has the following goals|
- learn to solve a scientific problem in a team of peers
- problems are provided by the participating professors
- 8 credits
Individual research topics provided by RCSE professors
|media of instruction|
- individual research - team meetings - presentations and reviews - project documentation - material provided by organizing professors
|literature / references|
|evaluation of teaching|