Practice Presentations 1

In the first set of practice presentations, every student must give a short introduction to their topic and aims.

Presentation Format

The format of these practice presentations is as follows:

  1. Individual presentations. Each student gives an individual presentation about their project.
  2. Duration: 3 minutes. Each student has 3 minutes to present. Students should aim to talk for exactly 3 minutes (plus/minus 15 seconds): not too long, nor too short.
  3. No supporting material. The student does NOT use a computer, whiteboard or other props. That is, this is NOT a powerpoint presentation. The student simply stands at the front of the room and talks for 3 minutes. Students should not use hand held notes (written or electronic).

Presentation Contents

What should you talk about?

  • Give an introduction to the topic. Explain what it is about.
  • Motivate the topic; explain why the topic is important, relevant and interesting.
  • List your aims. What are you going to achieve in the project?

After your presentation the audience should have a broad idea of what your project is about, why the project is important and what you aim to achieve.

Attendance

Each student must attend the entire session that they will present in (see Schedule below). For example, a student in group A must attend all other presentations in group A. Students are not required to attend presentations from other groups.

Evaluation

One or more faculty members or TAs will be in each session. They will provide scores, and optionally questions/comments, for each presentation.

In addition, every student in the same group must evaluate all other presentations in the same group. For example, a student in group A will give scores to all other students in group A. It is important that these evaluations are fair and thoughtful, e.g.:

  • Give a score based on the presentation, not based on what you know about the student or their project.
  • Be consistent in your scoring across groups.
  • Don't be too generous (or too mean). For example, the top scores should be given to only a few groups, not all groups.
  • Listen to all presentations; don't give random scores.
  • If you miss a presentation for some reason (e.g. bathroom), then no score should be given (don't guess a score). If you miss 1 or 2 presentations, you will not be penalised.

Below is an example of the student evaluation form (right click and view image to zoom in).

Student evaluation form example

The evaluations from faculty, TAs and other students do NOT count towards your grade for Project Development. They are just for feedback. However failure to attend or evaluate most other groups in a fair and thoughtful manner will result in penalties in your grade.

Schedule

This set of practice presentations will be split across two weeks, and in each week two groups (in separate rooms). The groups are:

  • Group A: Monday 8 July 9am-12noon BKD 3207. Faculty: NH.
  • Group B: Monday 8 July 9am-12noon BKD 3509. Faculty: BS.
  • Group C: Monday 15 July 9am-12noon BKD 3207. Faculty: EN.
  • Group D: Monday 15 July 9am-12noon BKD 3509. Faculty: SU.

Presentations will be in the order as listed below.

Presentation Name Group Title
A1 Saowaluk Maruay EN1 Generating Sequence Diagrams from Operation Contracts using Design Patterns
A2 Anusit Treewicha PA2 3D Game Development
A3 Paveena Kamjinda SG1 Personal Network Security Testbed
A4 Abhinut Srimasorn CN1 Game using Microsoft Kinect
A5 Umaporn Jaikham SM4 Phase portrait analysis for segmentation of complex objects in digital images
A6 Jidapa Teerawongsathorn BS1 MedReader II
A7 Thanaphong Sontayasara TT2 Learning Management System
A8 Tanupat Janvanichyanont BS3 Structural Analysis of Concepts in an Ontology II
A9 Daniel Patrick Dye CN4 Classroom Collaboration Platform using Android Tablet
A10 Padcha Ngarmlak NH5 Open Topic
A11 Taweechai Dechpokasup SM1 Generating explicit surfaces from STL (STereoLithography) files
A12 Witchupha Viboonpanuvet BU1 Wordpress Extension Development of Online Testing
A13 Raveekiat Singhaphandu NH2 Dialogue visualization tools
A14 Usa Soontornwarachait GS2 A Mathematics-Inspired Game
A15 Chompassorn Pholthanasak SG3 Peer-to-peer Web Application
A16 Attaphon Ongvisit SU4 Open Topic
A17 Peeravich Peerapol BU3 Medical Image Processing topic
A18 Sawanya Thermthongchai SU2 Service Systems Design Tool
A19 Akkarapong Pinputtikul KW2 Virtual Networking and Cloud-Based Technologies
A20 Oranas Panichpol EN2 RDF/RDFS and OWL Semantic Web Applications
B1 Pornpong Soponsakulrat SM1 Generating explicit surfaces from STL (STereoLithography) files
B2 Piyathida Mora BU1 Wordpress Extension Development of Online Testing
B3 Warot Adivanthanakul BS3 Structural Analysis of Concepts in an Ontology II
B4 Wanchalerm Chuachitrapun BU3 Medical Image Processing topic
B5 Naphat Chiranakorn PA2 3D Game Development
B6 Vitit Suthakitmanat TT2 Learning Management System
B7 Kitisak Karnchanarat SU4 Open Topic
B8 Wirada Ukarapattayakul GS2 A Mathematics-Inspired Game
B9 Pichada Tunjard SG3 Peer-to-peer Web Application
B10 Thiraphong Chawla CN4 Classroom Collaboration Platform using Android Tablet
B11 Apitchaya Wongtrakuljong EN1 Generating Sequence Diagrams from Operation Contracts using Design Patterns
B12 Kanyarat Povorasin NH5 Open Topic
B13 Tanawit Khantee SU2 Service Systems Design Tool
B14 Maythavee Intararit BS1 MedReader II
B15 Ornrampa Sibpadsentong NH2 Dialogue visualization tools
B16 Lalitpat Pornvuthikorn KW2 Virtual Networking and Cloud-Based Technologies
B17 Chaninart Palasai SM4 Phase portrait analysis for segmentation of complex objects in digital images
B18 Alisa Chinkongamnart SG1 Personal Network Security Testbed
B19 Tanya Lertwichaiworawit SM5 Open Topic
B20 Kunapong Unnoi NH1 A comparative study of argument visualization tools
C1 Chayapol Chaijaroensilp NH3 Argument visualization tools in smart phones
C2 Boonyanuch Thongsamui PA1 Improvement of Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
C3 Jakchai Tripipatkul SG4 EduNet: Educational Software for Networking Courses
C4 Suthinee Thaipakdee SU1 Semantic Web based Service System
C5 Thee Sritabtim TT1 Machine Translation Management Enhanced With Statistics Techniques
C6 Thanyathorn Vaikierti GS3 Application of Numerical Optimization
C7 Pavee Udomkarnpaisarn CN3 Web Application for Mathematical Education on Tablet
C8 Tharadhol Tangsritrakul BS4 iLearning Tool for Graph Algorithms
C9 Araya Watthanakaruna SU3 Design and Develop an Organizational Self
C10 Chalanda Suemanotham SM3 Defeating Digital CAPTCHAs using adaptive thresholds for binarization
C11 Tanatat Sombutphanich SG2 Sensor Network Web Application
C12 Nattawut Moonthep BU2 Modern responsive Web Application
C13 Chattanon Saekow NH1 A comparative study of argument visualization tools
C14 Wipawee Amornwat BU4 Pattern Recognition problem
C15 Sasiwimon Nithisansawadikul BS2 Structural Analysis of Concepts in an Ontology
C16 Thanong Tanasap PA3 Making Interactive Educational Website
C17 Sasitorn Janthep GS1 A Music Notation Tablet App
C18 Thanaporn Polkan CN6 Educational Games for Primary and/or High School Students on Andriod
D1 Tachit Tapamart BS4 iLearning Tool for Graph Algorithms
D2 Wanrudee Phuengheng NH3 Argument visualization tools in smart phones
D3 Anuttara Prigsaeng PA1 Improvement of Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
D4 Terawat Suwanyothin SM3 Defeating Digital CAPTCHAs using adaptive thresholds for binarization
D5 Supree Nuritanon CN3 Web Application for Mathematical Education on Tablet
D6 Ukrit Wattanavaekin BU4 Pattern Recognition problem
D7 Patjaya Jiratthitikul BS2 Structural Analysis of Concepts in an Ontology
D8 Pranon Tochit SG2 Sensor Network Web Application
D9 Boonyarit Soonsiripanichkul GS3 Application of Numerical Optimization
D10 Kraisaek Thanapisitikul CN6 Educational Games for Primary and/or High School Students on Andriod
D11 Jakarin Chanpapatpol TT1 Machine Translation Management Enhanced With Statistics Techniques
D12 Salinthip Somphanpae SU1 Semantic Web based Service System
D13 Sayomchai Kaitsayomphu PA3 Making Interactive Educational Website
D14 Tanachon Sodsai SG4 EduNet: Educational Software for Networking Courses
D15 Nattapat Duangkaew BU2 Modern responsive Web Application
D16 Bussaba Funngern SU3 Design and Develop an Organizational Self
D17 Jinnawat Pinchai NH1 A comparative study of argument visualization tools
D18 Kan Teerakanok GS1 A Music Notation Tablet App
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