ES 96/CS 96 Final Presentations
|When:||May 02, 2012 | 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm|
|Where:||Maxwell Dworkin G115 & Pierce 209|
ES 96 is a semester-long team project that provides engineering experience working with clients on real-world problems. Projects provide exposure to problem definition, performance measurement, quantitative analysis, modeling, generation of creative solutions, engineering design trade-offs, and documentation/communication skills.
CS 96, run concurrently, emphasizes cooperative design, development, and testing of a sizable and realistic computer system. Students work as a group with a client on a real-world open-ended problem, and gain experience in problem definition, software development, and system lifecycle issues, and in the area of application. Students work in groups; both student participation in the classroom and effective group cooperation outside the classroom are stressed.
Each section will give a final presentation that will be open to the public and in which each member must speak.
- Section 1, C3 Policing project, will be on Monday, April 30, 11 am-12:30 pm. (reception to folllow)
- Section 2, Harvard Dining Services project, will be on Tuesday, May 1, 3-5pm.
- Section 3, Harvard Library project, will be on Wednesday, May 2, 3-5pm.
|Host:||Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences|
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