SGN-1996 Signal Processing Thesis Seminar Presentation
Docent Alpo Värri
Time and place
The seminar is held in TB224/TB222 on Fridays at 9-11. The titles of the
presentations are updated weekly to the
The student makes a presentation of his/her own Master's Thesis topic
area for a target group of advanced undergraduate students in the
Faculty of Computing and
Electrical Engineering. Usually a teacher from the institute to which
the thesis has been made attends the seminar, too.
The regular amount of presentations in a seminar is four in a two hour
seminar. This means that
each presentation should not last longer than 15-20 minutes.
- The course can be passed by giving one's presentation in
an acceptable way. The audience can ask questions about the
presentation and the thesis.
- A maturity test is also related to the seminar presentation. The
student must prepare a three-page document about the topic area of
his/her thesis and deliver it to the supervising professor and Alpo
Värri at least one week before the seminar presentation. The three
pages should not contain illustrations or tables but only plain essay
- Presentation times can be reserved from the supervisor of the
thesis (he/she has updating access to the seminar list) or the office
of the Department of Signal Processing, Kaisa Eerola
- The course is compulsory to those international students whose
Diploma Thesis is made for the Department of Signal Processing
- The seminar room has an overhead projector and a video projector
but no computers which means that the student should bring a laptop
computer in order to use the video projector. It is adviced to
study the use of the video projector together with the laptop in
advance of the seminar. Otherwise it will be more embarrasing to study
it in front of a waiting audience during the seminar.
Alpo Värri 12.11.2010