Instructions:

  • Use Calibri 12 font, 1.5 page spacing, page margins 1 inch
  • Report should be about 10 – 12 pages excluding cover page, table of contents and references
  • Grading for the project report is as follows:
  • Introduction (4 pts): Here, the students are expected to introduce the project topic, should state the associated clinical problems and should explain the significance of the clinical problem. In other words, the reader should be convinced why the project topic is very important for the relevant clinical conditions. Also in the introduction, a brief historical developments related to the project topic should be summarized. Suggested length for the introduction is 2-3 pages.
  • Detailed explanation of the topic (8 pts): Here, the project topic should be explained in detail with an engineering perspective. For example, working principles, sub components, efficiencies etc, should be clearly presented. Different applications should be explained. Comparisons with similar applications should be done. Advantages and disadvantages should be listed and explained. You need to speak with numbers as an engineer.
  • Future perspective (3 pts): Here, I want you to give a feasible future perspective regarding your project topic. You will need to explain, how you expect the application to advance, how will the disadvantages be overcome etc. . Your assumptions should be based on some facts and also some intuition but not just pure imagination.
  • Your presentation is expected to last maximum 12 minutes and 3 minutes for questions. So total of 15 minutes. All the team members should present and the members will be evaluated accordingly. Total points for the presentation will be 10 points. Both the content of the presentation and how you deliver the content in your talk will be graded.
  • Grading for the presentation is as follows:
  • The presentation should be easily understandable. The audience should grasp the material. There should be limited text in the slides and more visual explanations should be there. Presenters should interact with the audience (eye contact, small discussions etc). 3 pts will be given for overall quality of the presentation and how efficient the presenters delivered their messages.
  • Introduction (2 pts): Here, the students are expected to introduce the project topic, should state the associated clinical problems and should explain the significance of the clinical problem. In other words, the audience should be convinced why the project topic is very important for the relevant clinical conditions. Also in the introduction, a brief historical developments related to the project topic should be summarized. Suggested length for the introduction is 2-3 slides.
  • Detailed explanation of the topic (4 pts): Here, the project topic should be explained in detail with an engineering perspective. For example, working principles, sub components, efficiencies etc, should be clearly presented. Different applications should be explained. Comparisons with similar applications should be done. Advantages and disadvantages should be listed and explained. You need to speak with numbers as an engineer. Suggested length for this part is 6-7 slides
  • Conclusions and Future perspective (1 pts): Here, I want you to conclude your talk, emphasizing important points and also to give a feasible future perspective regarding your project topic. You will need to explain, how you expect the application to advance, how will the disadvantages be overcome etc. . Your assumptions should be based on some facts and also some intuition but not just pure imagination. Suggested length for this part is 1-2 slides

 

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction.. 1
  2. Detailed Explanation of the topic. 1
  3. Future Perspective. 1
  4. References (not to exceed two pages) 1

 

 

 

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