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  • At 21/6/20 "יום פרוייקטים" will take place.

    Each Team, of all Project Types, Should Prepare A Poster Describing their Work (You Don't Have to Finish the project yet). Instructions can be found Here.

  • Development & Research should continue with the Instructor.
  • Project Submission is due only At Aug-Sep 2020.

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General Guidelines

  • The Project will be conducted by 1-4 Team Members and supervised, after approval, by an Instructor.
  • You can find a subject of your own OR apply for one of the projects any of the Instructors suggests.
  • If you suggest topic of your own, you must find an instructor willing to guide the process.
  • A project Has 5 Stages (detailed Below) with precise artifact submission & due dates.
  • Please Follow those landmarks to successfully complete project without grade penalties.
  • Each project must be monitored by computer science faculty member. This also Implies to projects originating from the industry (accompanied also by an external instructor) or from other departments in Ariel.
  • A team will meet Weekly/Twice a Month with the instructor, discussing issues and reviewing progress
  • At the end of each stage the team will submit the appropriate artifact to the instructor that will grade it according to his best judgment, with the exception of project's day and final substitution, in which appointed committee will evaluate and grade the artifacts.
  • Research Oriented projects must originate from one of Ariel’s computer science faculty member appearing in This List.
  • Activities starts at 27.10.19 with the “preliminary stage”: Students should group as a team (2-4 students) or decide to work solo, selecting a project and finding an instructor until 30.11.19.
  • Last date to complete the “preliminary stage” is 20.12.19 (including the option to replace previously selected project).
  • Students not completing the “preliminary stage” until 20.12.19 will have a project & team assigned by the department.
  • All other project stages are detailed below. At the start of Each stage a meeting/lecture describing methodological aspects will take place.
  • All artifacts & documentation will be written in English only.
  • Project Time Table:
Date Phase\Event Goals\Remarks
27.10.19 Start of Preliminary Stage Establish Team, Select Project, Find Instructor
6.11.19 Project Opening Session Time & Place will be published in advance – participation is mandatory
25.12.19 Last chance selecting or replacing a project  
31.12.19 Submission of Project Vision Statement document Template can be found Here.
8% of final grade.
8.1.20 Inception Stage Session Time 18:30, Place:Auditorium 60.3.5 – Participation is Mandatory
21.1.20 Submission of Software Requirements Specification Template can be found Here.
12% of final grade.
22.1.20 Design Stage Session Meeting will take place at Wed 22.1.20, 18:30, Auditorium 60.3.5
17.3.20 Submission of Software Design Document. Template can be found Here.
20% of final grade.
18.3.20 Implementation Stage Meeting Meeting will take place at Wed 18.3.20, 18:30, Auditorium 60.3.5 – participation is mandatory
26.5.20 Deployment & Testing Staged Meeting Time & Place will be published in advance – participation is optional. Instructor will evaluate the quality of those aspects.
10% of final grade.
21.6.20 Projects Presentation Day. Each team must prepare Poster describing the project.
10% of final grade.
5.8.20 Early project Submission 40% of final grade.
9.9.20 Second & Last Date for project Submission. 40% of final grade.
* Research oriented projects will have custom time table & and artifacts preparation determined by the instructor

  • There are three types of projects as follows:

Research-Oriented Projects

  • Geared Toward Computer Science Research
  • Theoretical in nature
  • Should yield new Scientific knowledge or Algorithm
  • Intended for students registered to the excellence track
  • Second year students can also participate
  • Must adhere to accepted Research rules & Scientific Methodologies
  • Final Paper will have standard scientific format and will be written using Latex editing software.
  • Hopefully will lead to journal/conference publication
  • May evolve to masters degree thesis

Research & Development Projects

  • Geared toward innovation
  • Innovation can manifest in many forms including computational, functional, new approach to solving challenges, System Design etc.
  • Intended for students registered to the excellence track as well as others
  • Optionally can also yield scientific publication
  • Final outcome must be a framework, library or prove-of-concept system

Information System Projects

  • Geared toward Implementing Business Requirements excelling
    in software design & Human Engineering Aspects.
  • Intended for all students wishing to practice in translating Real-World Requirements to fully functional, first grade System.
  • Can be accompanied by external instructor from other faculties or from the industry

Project Stages:

  • To Be Defined

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Testing & Deployment
  • To Be Defined

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