Dates & Deadlines 2012

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* Projects will be assigned no later than: Thursday, 1. March 2012
 
* Projects will be assigned no later than: Thursday, 1. March 2012
  
* The first session with the supervisors of the will arranged per e-mail
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* The first session with the supervisors will arranged per e-mail
  
 
* ''free working & weekly meetings with supervisors'': until the intermediate meeting
 
* ''free working & weekly meetings with supervisors'': until the intermediate meeting

Revision as of 12:26, 23 February 2012

  • First kick-off meeting: Friday, 24. February 2012 at 9:00 (Spengler Authorium, Pathology building, Bugnon 25)
    • The concept of the course will be explained (~15 min, Micha Hersch)
    • The projects will be briefly presented by the respective supervisors (~15 min for each supervisor)
    • The course wiki will be explained (~15 min, Tim Hohm)
  • Students need
    • to confirm their participation in this course by: Tuesday, 28. February 2012 (midnight),
    • to form study groups of 2-3 students and
    • to announce by e-mail the three projects they are most interested in working on
  • Projects will be assigned no later than: Thursday, 1. March 2012
  • The first session with the supervisors will arranged per e-mail
  • free working & weekly meetings with supervisors: until the intermediate meeting
  • Intermediate report meeting 2012: Friday, 30. March 2012 at 9:00 (room 105 in Bugnon 27)
  • Students will present their projects highlighting
    • the goals they want to achieve
    • the analysis tools they will use
    • potential challenges
    • preliminary results (if any)
  • free working & weekly meetings with supervisors: until end of May 2012
  • Final report meeting 2012: Friday, 1.June 2012 at 9:00 (room 105 in Bugnon 27)
    • Each study group presents their results (Presentations should take no longer than 20 minutes and are the basis for the student evaluation)
    • Feedback on the course in general

(Meetings will be arranged freely between students and supervisors.)