Depending on the class enrollment, each student is required to present one or two papers over the course of the semester. Each presentation should be clear, well organized and very technical, and roughly 30 minutes long. The presenter should read the assigned paper in detail and be prepared to effectively lead the class discussion on the paper.
To prepare your presentation, you can use any presentation tool (e.g., Powerpoint, Keynote, LaTex) provided that the tool has options to export the slides to PDF. You are allowed to reuse the material already exist on the web as long as you clearly cite the source of the media that you have used in your presentation. Extra credit will be awarded to those students who also conduct some experiments demonstrating how the method works in practice.
Deadline: You should meet with the instructor 3-4 days before the presentation date to discuss your slides, and the presentation should be submitted by the night before the class.
The presentations will be graded according to this rubric.
In the Spring 2018 semester, we will read and discuss these papers.