The planning has been updated. Next Thursday is an optional paper consult. Please email Inge if you want to drop by.
On Friday, the draft papers need to be submitted. We use Easychair for this, which you can access via: http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=same2011 Everyone needs to register, since we also use this for the peer reviewing.
On Monday, we give a first round of feedback on your papers in a plenary session. After that, the final research presentation sessions are planned.
Exact sent us the picture they took during the excursion:
As discussed today in class, we changed the order of the presentations. Groups 4 & 5 present next Monday and groups 2 & 3 on Thursday.
For the presenting groups: prepare a 15-minute presentation in which you present the progress of your work. Send the paper in advance to all your fellow classmates to the lecturers. Bring a copy of the paper and of your presentation with you to class for Sjaak. Deadlines for sending the papers are:
- groups 4 & 5: Monday at 11.00h
- groups 2 & 3: Wednesday at 18.00h
For everyone: read the paper(s) in advance and prepare one discussion question that you can ask during class.
The schedule has been updated. Groups 2 & 3 present next Monday and groups 4 &5 on Thursday.
On Monday, October 17, the excursion to Exact is planned. Exact expects us at 14.30. Address and directions can be found here.
The presentation of yesterday is online.
Please note that Wednesday, 17.00h is the deadline for handing in your research question and research approach. Also include your introduction/research trigger for as far as this is finished. You can use the paper template of ECIS or RCIS (see yesterday's presentation). You can email the paper to Inge. Don't forget to include your names.
On Thursday, we will be discussing the research questions, research approaches and their feasibilty. Please prepare a short presentation in which you present your research question(s), research approach and planning. Email them to Inge before Thursday, 10.30h.
Finally, we would like to you to email us your first presentations. Again, email them to Inge.
The last missing paper (for next Monday) can now also be downloaded from the schedule.
Papers are added to the schedule.
The course structure concerning the grading (amongst others) has been added to the website. We also present to you the research topic list, which you can download here. You can check the topics in advance and pick your top-3. On Monday we will form groups and divide the topics. Please note that it is also possible to propose your own research topic.
Welcome to the website of Seminar Advanced Method Engineering. The schedule of the course is now published. The course starts on Monday, September 12, 15.15h. in BBL-007.