Projects at Computer Science
All taught programmes have a final project/ dissertation module, in which students carry out a substantial research project on a specific topic, which may be set by an external industry partner, for example via the Industry Exchange Network, or carried out in conjunction with another department in the university.
Each project will have a Project Supervisor who will advise the student in relation to the process of carrying out a project/ dissertation.
Project modules are not delivered in the same way as taught modules; there is no regularly scheduled teaching. Instead, students will meet with their Project Supervisor on a regular basis for advice and guidance, but are expected to self-organise and direct their own work.
Each programme has its own project module/s and will have particular arrangements in place for students to select from available projects or to submit their own ideas for project topics. Details of the project modules are available either via the module's Moodle page or via project guidlines that will be provided.
Undergraduate project modules:
- COMP3091 - Individual Project (BSc CS)
- COMP3096A - Research Group Project (BSc CS)
- COMPM091 - Individual Project (MEng CS; MEng MC)
Postgraduate project modules:
- COMPGA99 - Thesis (MSc InfoSec)
- COMPGC99 - Individual Project (MSc CS)
- COMPGI99 - Individual Project (MSc ML; MSc DSML)
- COMPGM98 - Individual Project (MSc CSML)
- COMPGM99 - Individual Project (MRes CSML)
- COMPGS98 - Research Project in Software Engineering (MSc SSE)
- COMPGS99 - Group Project in Software Engineering (MSc SSE; MSc FSE)
- COMPGV99 - Individual Project (MSc CGVI)
- COMPGX98 - MRes Robotics Dissertation (MRes Robotics)
- COMPGX99 - Robotics and Computation Dissertation (MSc RC)