[TU Dresden]

CL project group for the sommer semester 2016

Technische Universität Dresden
Institut für Theoretische Informatik
Lehrstuhl für Automatentheorie

Dr. (habil) Anni-Yasmin Turhan

Initial meeting
takes place on April 13th at 11:10 (3. DS) in Room APB-3027. Attending the initial meeting is mandatory for participation in the praktikum.
People who want to participate in the praktikum, but have serious reasons to not attend the initial meeting, please contact Anni-Yasmin Turhan before April 30.

Position in curriculum
modules EMCL-B-P, MCL-P (-/-/8), 12 credits.

Knowledge about the basic lecture regarding the chosen topic is strongly advised.

-There will be an initial meeting (see above) where different topics will be proposed to the students. Students can chose from the offered topics, one to work on.
- Students interested in doing their project, but unable to attend the initial meeting should contact Anni-Yasmin Turhan to discuss possible solutions.
- Each student is assigned a tutor, depending on the topic chosen. During the semester, there will be regular meetings of the student and his tutor.
- The results of the praktikum/project will be presented at the end of the semester in a talk given by the student.

Concerning the final presentations, students may choose to present their work in German or in English.

Participants Duties
The participants are expected to read the relevant literature, and to discuss it with their tutor in order to become acquainted with the topic chosen. The required implementation work (if any) should be carried out in a structured way, and has to be documented appropriately. If a topic is shared by two or more participants, acquiring team-working skills is another goal of the project. The results of the project have to be described in a project paper (~15 pages) and presented in a 30 minutes talk at the end of the semester.

It is also the duty of the participants to reserve enough time for performing the project. The sharp deadline for finishing the project is the beginning of the following semester, i.e. the allowed time for the project is one semester plus the following semester break. Failure to finish the project in time will result in no credits to be given. It is the obligation of the participant to start the project in time, and to make appointments with the supervisor for regular meetings during the semester.

When choosing a topic, please take into account the knowledge you have already acquired. For example, if you'd like to do a project concerning knowledge representation, you are expected to have successfully attended the lecture "Logic-based knowledge representation" before starting the project.
The topics offered this semester can be found here.

Anni-Yasmin Turhan