TST-01606 Demola Project Work, 5-10 cr
Notes to Finnish students:
* Huomaaa, että muissa tiedekunnissa on myös Demola-kursseja, joten varmista, että ilmoittaudut oikealle kurssille
* Kurssille osallistumisen edellytyksenä on valinta projektiin Demolassa (ks. www.demola.net/tampere)
* Demolaan ja opintojakson toteutuskerralle ilmoittaudutaan erikseen
* Ennen projektin alkamista, ota yhteyttä pääainetta edustavan laitoksen vastuuopettajaan (ks. luettelo alla.)
* Please note that other faculties have Demola courses too, so see that you have selected the correct course for you
* In order to participate on the course, you need to apply and be selected to a Demola project (in www.demola.net/tampere)
* You sign in separately to Demola (www.demola.fi), and to the course implementation (TUT POP system)
* Before signing to TST-01606 please contact Susanna Ketola (room TD211, email: firstname.lastname@example.org) and after that, your assigned teacher (one of the list below).
The teachers at the departments are:
* Pervasive Computing (Software Systems): lecturer Tero Ahtee, email@example.com, professor Kari Systä, firstname.lastname@example.org
* Signal Processing: university lecturer Sari Peltonen, email@example.com
* Electrical Engineering: professor Pekka Verho, firstname.lastname@example.org
* Department of Electronics and communications engineering: professor Lauri Sydänheimo, email@example.com
The course is only intended for degree students
Hannu-Matti Järvinen, Sari Peltonen, Tero Ahtee, Marko Hännikäinen, Pirjo Kuhanen, Lauri Sydänheimo, Pekka Verho, Thomas Olsson, Mikko Valkama, Susanna Ketola, Kari Systä
LessonsImplementation 1: TST-01606 2015-01
Implementation 2: TST-01606 2015-02
Accepted project work and demo or prototype. Working time reports, project plan, weekly blog. Accepted written project and report including other needed documentation and reporting and oral presentation. Acceptable team work and adherence to Demola process. Feedback survey is mandatory. Detailed definition will be done annually.
Further information about the projects at http://www.demola.net/tampere .
Completion parts must belong to the same implementation
After the course, the student is able to participate in a professional role in a team that creates a demo or a prototype of a product, service or other innovation, using agile development practices, design and product research methods. Team working skills are especially emphasised as the course comprises of an assignment carried out by a group of students having different backgrounds and skill sets. By writing a project report the student will learn to summarize, rationalise and explain the findings and ideas developed during the project. Oral presentation skills will also be learned as the students present and explain their findings in a project presentation.
Instructions for students on how to achieve the learning outcomes
Evaluation scale passed/failed will be used on the course.
Evaluation scale passed/failed will be used on the course
|TIE-21106 Software Engineering Methodology||Mandatory|
Additional information about prerequisites
Software Engineering Methodology is compulsory prerequisite course for those who have their major studies at Department of Pervasive Computing. It is required that before starting the project work necessary prerequisite theoretical knowledge on the topic has been acquired. The course is recommended for the master level students.
Correspondence of content
|TST-01606 Demola Project Work, 5-10 cr||TST-1206 Demola project work, 5-10 cr|