The project cluster consists of
- a course-like block with lectures and exercises, covering the themes of the course
- a 14 week group project covering the themes and theories in the course.
- a 5 week intensive project period working together with SMU.
- feed back sessions where students give feed back to other students work.
- group meetings with supervisor
- hand-ins with F# assignments
The project cluster will include required reading on distributed project management and teamwork, inter-cultural and cross-disciplinary collaboration.
The project cluster will include required reading on advanced technical subjects including web-services, unit testing, stubs, F#, advanced C# language constructs and various internet technologies.
There will be 6 mandatory hand-ins on F# programming assignments. The hand-ins will be graded before exam but are part of the project report and final grade. The project report must be written in English.
The project cluster at ITU runs through the entire spring semester. The joint subproject with SMU runs mainly in March and April 2012. The ITU students are expected to spend a minimum of time, probably at odd hours, every working day during the joint project period in order to have a continuous communication and negotiation process.
This is a project cluster. Students who sign up for this project cluster will also need to register their specific project in the project base.
The project cluster as such will not be listed in your final exam papers - it will be the project title that is registered in your diploma.
See the schedule here:
link to the time table
The schedule will be available shortly before the beginning of the term.
Additional exam information:
- The mandatory F# hand-ins will be graded during the course. The graded hand-ins are available for censuring together with the project report at the exam. Points collected accounts approximate for 25% of the final grade. A hand-in must be handed in within the given deadline; otherwise it will count as zero points.
- There is only one final grade for the course covering hand-ins, report and the oral project exam.