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Imperial College London 
ACSE-9 Briefing May 13th, 2020 
Course coordinator: Dr Adriana Paluszny 
 
Confirmed Internship/Projects 
Have you confirmed your project? Have you contacted your supervisors? Do this by 
June 1st. Will your internship/project be done remotely? (Have you confirmed this 
with your supervisor?) 
 
First and Second Supervisor 
Have you identified them? One of them should be based at Imperial. 
 
Backup projects 
Do you have an internship? If yes, do you also have a backup research project? 
Everyone should have a backup research project. 
 
Confidential projects 
Will only release the project deliverables to supervisor and designated evaluators. 
Evaluation / Who will evaluate/mark my work? 
 
Survey of Final Project Information 
I will send a survey shortly before the project starts to gather final information. 
 
Dates 
February 10th -- Students submit project preferences (Selection Process starts) 
March 4th -- Preliminary Project allocation announced 
June 1st – Project/Internship Start 
June 26th (17:00 UK time) -- Project Plan submission 
August 28th -- Internship End 
August 28th (17:00 UK time) -- Final Report submission deadline 
September 9-11th -- Project presentations 
 
Writing course 
The writing course will take place on June 15th. You should receive an email about 
this. Please attend! 
 
Objectives of course 
- On successfully completing this module, students should have: 
o Contributed to an active research area 
o Defended research output under critical questioning 
o Effective communication, writing and presentation skills 
o Experience of managing their time effectively 
o Critical analysis techniques and the ability to creatively solve 
challenging problems 
o Developed a significant software project 
 
Description 
This module involves each student in the independent analysis of a technical 
problem for which they will devise, implement, test, modify, validate and 
document a practical computational solution. A range of such problems will be 
provided to students who may opt to solve one of these, to solve a problem of their 
own devising, or to undertake a computational project as part of an external industry 
placement. Self-devised and external projects will require the agreement of the 
project leader. 
 
Professional computational projects are seldom performed in isolation. 
Consequently, students may use whatever resources they can discover to assist in 
their project but must declare their use of such resources in full within a declaration 
accompanying their final report. Students will submit a technical report in the form of 
a users’ and a developers’ guide to their software, and that contains the necessary 
technical background required to understand the initial problem, and the methods 
used to solve that problem, together with appropriate test and validation results. 
 
First actions 
- Meet your supervisor / contact them over email 
- Understand the objectives of your project 
- Understand the data requirements of your project 
- Download and setup your technical framework 
- Schedule regular meetings with supervisors, aim for weekly meetings 
- Read and prepare yourself (you should aim to have read around 15-20 papers 
during the project), Take notes, Prepare for your meetings, Log your meetings 
 
Deliverables 
- Project Plan + Final Report + Code 80% (Split to be confirmed) 
- Project Plan 
o Progress to Date and Meeting Log (10%) 
o Written Report (Introduction, Literature Review, Description of Problem and 
Objectives, Progress to Date and Future Plan, References) 70% 
o Independence and initiative (20%) 
- Final Report + Code 
o Abstract / Introduction / Problem Statement / Literature Review (20%) 
o Software Development Life Cycle / Code metadata / Methodology (30%) 
o Code / Implementation / Results (30%) 
o Discussion / Conclusions / Bibliography (20%) 
- Individual oral presentation and practical demonstration of the software in 
action 20% 
 
Project Plan Report 
- It is a short document. 
- Should be written in Word or Latex, Single Spaced, with equiv. 11pt Arial font. 
- Should include: Introduction, Literature Review, Description of Problem and 
Objectives, Progress to Date and Future Plan, References 
- The submission should also include your Meeting/Contact Log where you will 
summarise your interaction with your supervisor. On a single page, add a 
table with the following entries: Date, Attendees, Type (Email, Voice Call, 
Video Call, Face-to-Face), Subject. 
 
Final Report 
- It is a document. 
- Should be structured as a paper. 
- The project should have a brief literature review, a description of the problem 
and objectives, methodology, results, and conclusions. You should also 
explain your implementation, validation, testing, performance. 
- Two types of focus Research and/or Software. 
- Should be written in Word or Latex, Single Spaced, with equiv. 11pt Arial font. 
- The project report should contain maximum 8,000 words long and should 
have a maximum of 8 images. The reports can be shorter. 
- The project can have an Appendix with further text and images. 
- Will be marked by your supervisors and/or an additional marker. 
- Some of you will have been assigned the same project. Remember that this is 
an independent project. 
- These guidelines may be refined and will be posted in the Github page. 
 
Presentation 
- Presentation Guidelines will be sent closer to the date. You should prepare to 
give a 10-15 min presentation of your work. 
- You should prepare approximately 10 slides. 
- You will be able to present remotely and may be recorded. 
- Your presentation will be evaluated. 
- You will be asked questions about your work and your findings. 
 
Plagiarism 
Plagiarism is not permitted and is severely penalised by the college. Please refrain of 
plagiarising/copying text or code. 
 
Examples of great reports / Examples of failed projects/successful projects 
- Too much time spent classifying data 
- Not code written 
- Not enough code written 
- Findings are not clear 
- Code was not validated 
 
Additional Notes 
- Holidays and Absent periods must be notified to your supervisor. If longer 
than 3 days, you must also notify the coordinator (A Paluszny) 
- Any Covid related delays or impedances should be reported to the supervisor 
and coordinator. 
 
Note: This document is subject to changes. 
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