FACULTY OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
B.Sc. I.T. (Hons.) in Artificial Intelligence
FINAL YEAR PROJECT IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (ICT3909)
The final year project is the largest single piece of work assigned to students throughout their degree. It is intended to develop skills in independent critical thinking, scientific report writing & oral communication, investigation & analysis and scientific research in the area of Artificial Intelligence.
There are two phases which a student must go through in a Final Year Project -
Phase 1 is the Preliminary Stage where students start discussions with potential supervisors and exploring possible Final Year Project titles / areas to be undertaken.
Phase 2 is the Commencement Stage where students, following confirmation by the Board of Studies on the project selected, will start working on their Final Year Project.
Both phases are subjected to deadlines to which students will be asked to adhere to.
STUDENTS FOLLOWING A B.SC. I.T. (HONS.) IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE DEGREE, WILL BE REQUIRED TO ATTEND THE STUDENTS' ANNUAL PROJECT EXHIBITION, WHICH NORMALLY TAKES PLACE SOMETIME DURING THE FIRST TWO WEEKS OF JULY.
For further information in relation to a Final Year Project in Artificial Intelligence, please refer the links below:
To assist students and to provide guidance for conducting research, report writing, avoiding common pit-falls, and presentation skills, a slide presentation titled "How to Write a Literature Review", by Dr Christopher Staff, can be attained from hereunder.