Bachelor Project Computer Science

2019-2020

Course Objective

— to bring the student in touch with and, if possible, make a
contribution to current research in a branch of computer science
— to learn to independently conduct a research project (albeit under
supervision)
— to present and communicate the established results
— to learn finding, processing, and critical evaluation of relevant
literature, and communicating of research results and ideas.

Course Content

The Bachelor Project is carried out individually. It is meant as a
conclusion of computer science bachelor studies. The actual topic
differs per student and per research group and is determined in concert
with the supervisor. A student can select from an assortment of topics
offered, or suggest his/her own topic. Part of the project consists of
the study and review of literature.

Teaching Methods

After an orientation meeting, the student selects a supervisor and a
topic. The work, carried out on an individual basis, results in a
written
report (thesis) and an oral presentation.

Method of Assessment

Individual evaluation on the basis of performance (executed work (50%)),
final
report (thesis (40%)), and oral
presentation (10%).

Target Audience

3CS

Additional Information

More detailed information is offered in the Bachelor Project manual.
Read it carefully for an overview of the project itinerary. Students
should have completed (almost) all other courses within the bachelor
programme.

Recommended background knowledge

Students should have completed (almost) all other courses within the
bachelor programme.

General Information

Course Code XB_40001
Credits 15 EC
Period Ac. Year (sept)
Course Level 300
Language of Tuition English
Faculty Faculty of Science
Course Coordinator dr. A. Bhulai
Examiner
Teaching Staff prof. dr. F.A.H. van Harmelen
dr. J. Gordijn
dr. V.N. Stebletsova
dr. A. Bhulai

Practical Information

You need to register for this course yourself

Last-minute registration is available for this course.

Teaching Methods Lecture
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