Details regarding formats of reports and talks/questions are here: https://www.utwente.nl/en/bee/Bachelor_Curriculum/program_3_year/thesis/#format-bsc-thesis-reports.
This year we want to draw up an abstract book again. This will be distributed as a PDF by e-mail.
We would like to receive from all of you:
- abstract 250 words
- a picture of yourself
- a picture of your research, including a short caption (<8 words)
This can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline = June 25th, 12:30 hrs
We will again not organize a joint end conference this year. The date and time of all BSc presentations should be chosen by the committee + student. We advise everyone to finish on Friday 2 July if there has been no significant delay.
Because we expect many presentations on 2 July, and many committee members to be in several committees, we ask everyone to book one-hour sessions, only in full hours, i.e 9.00-10.00, 10.00-11.00, etcetera.
One hour means:
15 min presentation
20 min questions
15 min deliberation / assessment
5 min grade announcement
5 min break before next session
You are free to choose a platform in consultation with your committee members. We advise MS Teams or Zoom (https://utwente-nl.zoom.us). When choosing your platform, also consider whether you like to invite family and friends. If you send us the link of your platform, we can publish it on Canvas, so that others can also join the presentation.
There will be 2 prizes, to be awarded with € 100.-. One for the best scientific work, and the other for a video summary of your work, that can be used for public outreach (open days, website, testimonial etc.). The video must be shorter than 2:00 minutes. This assignment is compulsory. If you want to compete for the prize, you must upload it as an assignment on Canvas before Saturday 26 June 23:59 hrs (https://canvas.utwente.nl/courses/6924/assignments/63713). Prize winners will be announced via Canvas after 2 July.