1. Source Code:
Python source files (upload .zip file in case of multiple files) containing your code only (no test data needed) and ReadMe.txt file (template provided) describing how to run your code. Note that we will NOT debug your code. If your code does not execute as described in ReadMe.txt, you will receive a zero grade.
2. Presentation Slide:
One slide only in PPT/PPTX/PDF format to be used during the oral presentations (see below). If you submitted file spans more than a page, we will extract the first page for the oral presentation
Everyone is required to deliver 3 minutes flash presentation accompanied by the submitted slide following the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) format, with additional 2 minutes for Q&A:
1. Your presentation should at least contain methods (i.e., implementation), results (e.g., output), and conclusion.
2. Having appropriate graphics and visuals (e.g., figures, plots) in the presentation slides to help illustrate key concepts or results will be positively graded.
3. Any additional scientific insights and/or challenges faced and/or limitations of your implementation and/or
efficiency analyses and/or comparisons with alternative approaches will be positively graded.