The project and the relevant results will be documented in a form of a conference paper. This should be a 6-8 page document (double column, 9 pt font). In case you are doing the project in a pair the page count is 8-10 pages. The conference papers will be peer-reviewed by other students. The important dates for the final paper are the following.
|27.11.||Deadline for the draft
|4.12.||Deadline for the peer-review comments on the draft
|13.12.||Deadline for final paper
The draft of the paper should include at least some preliminary results (e.g. on coarse grids).
The formating of the paper should follow a specified style. I have provided a template for this at the end of the page.
You will present your project in a final seminar to be held on the second exam period on 7th-11th of December. We will agree on the exact date of the seminar during the course. You will each have a 20 minute slot, out of which 10 to 15 minutes is reserved for the presentation and the rest for questions and comments.