ELT-49506 Graduate Research Seminar in Communications Engineering, 3-6 cr
Suitable for postgraduate studies.
Elena-Simona Lohan, Mikko Valkama, Markku Renfors
|ELT-49506 2019-01||1 - 5||
|For 3 credits: Three oral presentations, acting three times as an opponent in other students' presentations, and attendance in ten seminar sessions.
Additional credits (up to 6 cr) can be obtained through small project(s), e.g., literature studies or simulation exercises.
More detailed info available at the course website.
The target of the course is to help the student to learn to make scientific research in the field of communications engineering. After the course, a student is able to give in-depth presentations about her/his research topic, to participate in scientific discussions, to evaluate objectively her/his reserach results, and to give constructive cricism about colleagues' research, publications, and presentations.
|1.||Presentations by participating doctoral students on their research topics. Discussion of research developments in the theory and practice of communications engineering. Lectures by visiting researchers may also be included.||Practicing for conference presentations|
|2.||The students give three oral presentations during their graduate study process (3-4 years). The presentations, including presentation slides, should have a scientific style and should cover a fairly large entity of doctoral studies. Each student also acts as an opponent for the presentations of three other students.||Learning positive criticism of own work and work of others|
Ohjeita opiskelijalle osaamisen tasojen saavuttamiseksi
The subject and the contents of the presentations should be discussed with the advisor(s) of the doctoral studies. Quality of presentations (including slides), activity as opponent,
Evaluation scale passed/failed will be used on the course
M. Sc. level degree in the field of Communications Engineering is required as a prerequisite.
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