Showcase of MSc Research Projects Thursday 20th June2019 June 18
9.00 a.m. - 9.10 a.m. An Introduction to the Showcase of MSc Dissertations
9.15 a.m. - 11.00 a.m. Showcase of MSc Dissertations in the O'Reilly Institute
At this Showcase, guests will have an opportunity to engage informally with MSc students who are expected to graduate in September 2019. The posters will be catalogued under four disciplines:
Augmented & Virtual Reality
This event also offers an opportunity for industry to interact with academics and researchers identifying possible future collaborations.
Students have been invited to present examples of work-in-progress research that they are conducting within the School’s new MSc in Computer Science programme. In order to have made it to this stage, students must have first successfully completed two semesters of intense coursework and examinations between September and April.
During this time they undertake core modules such as Machine Learning, Research Methods and Innovation, as well as a number of specialized modules specific to the strands of the MSc including Data Analytics, Scalable Computing, Computer Vision, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, and many others.
Each MSc student then engages in a full-time research project that requires a commitment of 600-750 hours of work over the remaining academic year, culminating in the submission of a dissertation in mid-August.
These research projects are expected to deliver novel results that address some of today’s cutting-edge technological challenges.
This is a free ticketed event with limited space. Please register here.
Further information on this event can be found at:
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