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Topics: 9/26/07. did you update your Blackboard email address? assignments due: look at schedule revisit project areas specific teams/projects: discussion with course profs in-class exercise. Fall 2007 Schedule of Due Dates. M/F: due at 3pm in ERC 536 W: due at class time.

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Topics 9 26 07

Topics: 9/26/07

  • did you update your Blackboard email address?

  • assignments due: look at schedule

  • revisit project areas

  • specific teams/projects: discussion with course profs

  • in-class exercise


Fall 2007 schedule of due dates

Fall 2007 Schedule of Due Dates

M/F: due at 3pm in ERC 536

W: due at class time


Electronic professional biography

Electronic Professional Biography

  • make corrections to hardcopy (pick it up Friday 9/28)

  • due Friday 10/5: email electronic bio to [email protected] by 3pm

    • view source for html template

    • download it

    • edit it with a simple editor (e.g., emacs, vi, notepad)

    • do not modify or add any formatting

  • posted on class website


Topics 9 26 07

Professional Biography html Templatereplace lowercase blue text with your own information; email 10/5

<P><B>skills/expertise areas</B></P>

<UL>

<LI>skill 1<P>

<LI>skill 2<P>

<LI>etc.<P>

</UL>

<P><B>areas of interest</B></P>

<UL>

<LI>area 1<P>

<LI>area 2<P>

<LI>etc.<P>

</UL>

<P><B>type of project sought</B></P>

<UL>

<LI>type 1<P>

<LI>type 2 P>

<LI>etc.<P>

</UL>

</TD>

</TR>

</TABLE></CENTER>

</BODY>

</HTML>

<HTML>

<HEAD>

<TITLE>your name</TITLE>

</HEAD>

<BODY BGCOLOR="#FFFFFF" LINK="#800080" VLINK="#000080" TEXT="#000000">

<CENTER><TABLE WIDTH=550>

<TR>

<TD ALIGN=LEFT>

<P><FONT SIZE=+1><B>your name</B></FONT></P>

</TD>

<TD ALIGN=RIGHT>

<P><FONT SIZE=+1>your preferred email address</FONT></P>

</TD>

</TR>

</TABLE></CENTER>

<P><BR></P>

<CENTER><TABLE WIDTH=550>

<TR>

<TD>

<P><B>co-op or other experience and responsibilities</B></P>

<UL>

<LI>(most recent first) your title, organization, location (# quarters):

job activities/responsibilities/accomplishments<P>

<LI> your title, organization, location (# quarters):

job activities/responsibilities/accomplishments<P>

<LI>etc.<P>

</UL>


Project description

Background

Project Description

Problem Statement

  • title

  • background

  • problem statement

  • inadequacy of current solutions

  • overall goal (what will the final product be?)

  • subgoals, if any

  • team members and email addresses, if known

  • background skills/interests


New projects

New Projects

  • Dr. Bosse in Aerospace Engineering

    • surgical robot prototype

    • spacecraft servicing testbed

  • Dr. Beyette in ECE

    • optical bilirubin detector with BME

  • Dr. Schmidt in CS

    • UC Mobile application contest

    • emergency patient care application


Specific teams projects

Specific Teams/Projects

  • Break the class into teams

  • Group remaining unassigned people (just for today)

In-class Exercise

  • brainstorm with your group

  • turn in your ideas (one page, all names on it)


Project team status 1

Project/Team Status (1)

  • Adejumobi: Dr. Schlipf or Dr. Purdy

    • Computation theory, mathematics, software development

  • Almassalkhi, Niehaus: Agrawal, Minai, Fan, Helmicki

    • Motion detection, automatic music generation

  • Artz:

    • wireless technology, networks

  • Auer, Bagnola, Toerner: Klotzkin, Wilsey

    • Flashlight; HVAC automation

  • Beckman, Bell, Hafer: Beyette, Han

    • Solar powered lighting; table top touch application

  • Booher, Carraher, Nasir, Noble: Beyette

    • BME project or biology-related project


Project team status 2

Project/Team Status (2)

  • Butler, Follis, Grissom, Schmidt

    • Communications (?)

  • Carr, Osborne, West

    • Duke Energy

  • Clark, Goyal, Hill

    • MEMS, sensors

  • Collins: Klotzkin, Agrawal, Davis

    • Flashlight, music, Art Machine, AFS social network

  • Combs, Kaizer, Thomas, Wessel: Schmidt

    • Cross platform ssh client


Project team status 3

Project/Team Status (3)

  • Drennan, Herrmann, Merz, Putnam

    • Computer instruction level security

  • Ellis, Peytchev

    • Wireless communication, robotics

  • Fickas, Lavergne: Franco, Agrawal

    • Motion generated music

  • Forry, Hoffman, Nafziger: Vemuri

    • VLSI

  • Hardin, Herman, Metz:

    • DSP, motion generation


Project team status 4

Project/Team Status (4)

  • Hershey, Hurd, Peters, Wietlesbach:

    • RF communications, DSP

  • Kroner, Olton: Cheng

    • Website, database, community

  • Kinsey, Leeper, Nieport

    • Forecasting/planning system

  • Lux, Naufel,Rengering, Wittman

    • RF application

  • Martin, Thorvaldsen: Helmicki, Boyd

  • Maynor, Monnin, Shaw, Stricker:

    • Software development


Project team status 5

Project/Team Status (5)

  • McAtee, Nusbaum, Ulm: Wilsey

    • Backup versioning software

  • McGovern, Siebert

    • Distributed file system

  • Mikulic, Montagne, Vose: Ferendeci

    • Duke Energy

  • Myers, Wolf:

    • Computing outreach project

  • Collins, Shamma, Watson

  • Adejumobi, Artz, Warren


Question 2

  • Question 1:

  • What is the difference between a team and a group?

Question 2:

give at least two differences, write complete sentences

Briefly describe your bad experiences with teams …

  • what were the causes?

  • what could be done to prevent bad experiences?

describe at least three different experiences, write complete sentences

Submit one sheet of paper with your answers per group/team


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