Successful completion of first and second semester CIMET courses.
Eligible only for third semester CIMET students.
Expected learning outcomes
The student will join the color related industrial project work which will be done in groups. Students will learn group working, in which the group members are possibly in different universities. The topic of the project work is defined every year separately, and it is evaluated at the end of the 3rd semester by the evaluation board. After the industrial project, students have basic skills on project work, experience on industrial oriented topic, and they have applied the course contents from CIMET semester 1 and 2 to a real industrial problem.
The topic for the industrial project is decided by the CIMET consortium. The topic will be from real industrial field, and the consortium and its associate members are used to negotiate on the topic. Topic is given to students at the latest at the beginning of 3rd semester. At the end of semester 3, the evaluation of the project works is done. Check points of the project will be organized by the course instructor.
Teaching Methods (additional text)
Project work may include laboratory measurements.
Form(s) of Assessment
Evaluation of Project(s)
Form(s) of Assessment (additional text)
At the end of 3rd semester, each group will submit a written project report. It must consist of the following chapters: Introduction, Methods, Experiments, Results, Discussion, and References. In addition, the developed software must be returned in digital form, to be tested by the evaluation board. After the final report submission, the groups will present their project work and results as oral presentation. This will be organized by video conferencing.
The grading of the project contest is based on the following parts: the report, solution of the project task and final presentation.
Alphabetical Scale, A(best) – F (fail)
The project will be evaluated by an evaluation board which includes at least three faculty members of CIMET partner institutions.
No re-sit offered
Oral presentation of the project, where all project members contribute, and where videoconferencing or similar equipment is used if requested by the course responsible.
Students are expected to do literature survey and find help by contacting researchers in the field.