MSc in Electrical Engineering

Course Information Package

Course Unit TitleGRADUATE SEMINARS II
Course Unit CodeAEEE596
Course Unit DetailsPhD Computer Science (Postgraduate level courses) - MSc Electrical Engineering (Required Courses) - PhD Electrical Engineering (Postgraduate level courses) -
Number of ECTS credits allocated2
Learning Outcomes of the course unitBy the end of the course, the students should be able to:
  1. Demonstrate graduate studies skills and show possession of research culture.
  2. Perform literature searches, analyze and retrieve information.
  3. Review and critically comment on published research/scientific work.
  4. Develop a structured formal report on research/scientific work.
Mode of DeliveryFace-to-face
PrerequisitesNONECo-requisitesNONE
Recommended optional program componentsNONE
Course Contents

This is the second of a series of two courses (AEEE595 and AEEE596). The main aim of the course is to promote a graduate/research culture among the students of the program. To complete the requirements of this course, students must attend a number of research or scientific events such as seminars, talks and conferences. To satisfy these requirements, the student must attend at least six talks or its equivalent. For the purpose of this course, one-day seminars count as two talks, while conferences count as two talks per day. Students may attend scientific talks in the context of their specialization, organized either by the department, or by other institutions or universities.

Students are expected to submit a logbook identifying each event with an extended abstract outlining the content of the event. Furthermore, they must submit a formal report on one of the events attended, with a detail description and a critical evaluation of the work presented.
Recommended and/or required reading:
Textbooks
    No specific textbook required
References
    Planned learning activities and teaching methodsStudents are expected to attend at least six research or scientific events such as seminars, talks and conferences related to the field of the specialization. Students must maintain a logbook on the events they have attended. Furthermore they must submit a formal report on one of the events attended.
    Assessment methods and criteria
    Events logbook30%
    Events formal report70%
    Language of instructionEnglish
    Work placement(s)NO