Information on Tripos Part II projects 2012-2013
The overseeing allocations 2012-2013: ARE HERE.
Information for Overseers: OVERSEERS ONLY.
Information for Supervisors: SUPERVISORS.
- The "Pink Book" or Project Briefing Document (pdf)
- How To Write a Dissertation lecture: Handout - 4 page pdf, Slides - 33 slide pdf, recording of lecture on 13 Feb 2013
- Important dates
- Read this to motivate backing-up files: June issue of Business 2.0 deleted before going to print
- Preliminary Briefing Lecture for Part IB (Tue, 21st May 2013, 10:00am, Lecture Theatre 1)
- CST Briefing Lecture (Thu, 4th October 2012, 10:00am, Lecture Theatre 2)
- The directory demodiss.zip, in zip format, contains a collection of files that constitute a LaTeX version of a project proposal and dissertation
- Submission information (note: electronic submission is required)
Forms and additional sheets:
- You should fill out a Phase 1 Report Form and email it as a plain text message to your overseers by the Monday after the briefing lecture: 8th Oct 2012
- You should attach the Coversheet to the front of your proposal, make sure to only fill in Part 1.
- The resources you intend to use should be declared at the end of your proposal. Requests for Computer Laboratory and MCS resources can be made using the links listed here.
- Evaluation or other experiments involving Human Subjects requires approval by the Department's Ethics Committee. Please read the guidance in Part II projects Experiments using Human Subjects. To apply on-line please see Experiments on Human Subjects. See also Guidance on involvement of human participants in technology research.
- Hardware projects may require a Risk Assessment to be completed. For more information contact any member of the Departmental Safety Committee
- Text of declaration of originality. Please cut and paste the text as shown, then edit the highlighted details to apply to you. (Official statement of the regulation requiring a declaration of originality Reporter)
- Supervisors' Report Form to be submitted with the dissertation.
Note: these are informal suggestions for projects that may not have been checked by the Computer Laboratory (except for the model proposals).
- Model Project Proposals (originally for the Diploma in CS)
These serve to illustrate the style of Project Proposal that the Laboratory expects.
- Informal advice to assist with project selection: Selection Tips.
This year's suggestions (2013/14):
- Project suggestions from Systems Reseach Group.
- Project suggestions from the Security Group.
- Project suggestions from Andy Pitts
Suggestions from last year now follow:
- Project suggestions from Dominic Orchard.
- Project suggestions from Theo Markettos.
- Project suggestions from Simon Moore.
- Project suggestions from Alan Blackwell and Sam Aaron.
- Project suggestions from Jagdish Modi.
- Project suggestions from Tomas Petricek.
- Project suggestions from Chris Town.
- Project suggestions from Jat Singh.
- Project suggestions from Kate Taylor.
- Project suggestions from previous years