Project Practice 1
IP1 Acad. year 2022/2023 Winter semester 5 credits
- About 10% of students who have successfully completed their first year of study, ie 50-60 students per year, are expected to participate.
- Each year, the departments will be allocated the maximum number of projects they can offer, based on the recalculated number of academic and scientific staff (with a Ph.D. or equivalent) and according to the funding of the department for solved scientific, research and innovation projects.
- Instructors appointed by the head of the department present their projects and certain goals to be achieved by the students in advance before enrolment.
- Students enrol in projects in a similar way as in the bachelor's thesis. A supervisor has the final right to choose. His/her choice will be justified in the written form briefly (e.g. previous practice, achieved grade average).
- A prerequisite for enrollment in the project will be completion of all compulsory subjects of the first year.
- The supervisor is responsible for the regular check of a student's activity.
Language of instruction
- 52 hrs projects
- 100 pts projects
Černocký Jan, prof. Dr. Ing. (UPGM)
Janoušek Vladimír, doc. Ing., Ph.D. (UITS)
Kolář Dušan, doc. Dr. Ing. (UIFS)
Course Web Pages
- Template (use a PP type)
Subject specific learning outcomes and competences
The student will reach an ability to solve autonomously an individual project from a practical range, to describe the solution and individually defend it.
To make talented bachelor students familiar with the basis of research work by participating in different projects conducted by research and development groups under the expert leadership of a project supervisor.
Why is the course taught
It is a course intended for talented students. It allows them to participate in real projects, that are generally only for academics or doctoral students. The talented students can access the state of the art technologies and solutions and they have enough time to get familiar with them. Further, the students will learn how to present their results and defend them.
- Machine Level Programming (ISU)
- Discrete Mathematics (IDM)
- Electronics for Information Technology (IEL)
- Mathematical Analysis 1 (IMA1)
- Mathematical Analysis 2 (IMA2)
- Digital Systems Design (INC)
- Operating Systems (IOS)
- Introduction to Software Engineering (IUS)
- Introduction to Programming Systems (IZP)
- Chris A. Mack. How to Write a Good Scientific Paper. Published: 2018. PDF ISBN: 9781510619142 | Print ISBN: 9781510619135. https://doi.org/10.1117/3.2317707
- Podle zaměření individuálního projektu.
Syllabus - others, projects and individual work of students
- An individual project according to assignments and instructions of a supervisor.
A student works on the assigned task according to his/her supervisor's instructions. It is expected thatthe student will attend regular consultations with the supervisor.
- Continuous consultations with student's supervisor.
- A written report in the extent of at least 10 regular pages.
- 15 minutes presentation and defence at the department seminar.
Before the end of teaching part of a semester, the student will hand in a written report in the extent of at least 10 regular pages. Before the end of the examination period, the student presents his/her results for 15 minutes at the department seminar. The head of the department determines the assessment in the range of 0-100 points on the supervisor's proposal based on the defence and the submitted report. In order to gain a credit, it is necessary to get at least 50 points from a 100. A student must gain at least 70 points or higher to be able to continue in the follow-up course "IP2 - Project practice 2".
Course inclusion in study plans
- Programme BIT, 2nd year of study, Elective
- Programme BIT (in English), 2nd year of study, Elective
- Programme IT-BC-3, field BIT, 2nd year of study, Elective