Date: Thurs 5 June
Time: 10:00 - 19:30
Floors 2 & 3
11 Wind Street,
(Entrance opposite Nandos and
WiFi should be available via an event network.
Robert S. Laramee
Maria Moller SAW
Bethan Lauder, SAW
Past Project Selection Fairs:
Every year, final year computer science students dedicate two
semesters to their final year project as part of their degree
Since 2008, these students present the
results of their project to the departmental public as well as
to local IT industry.
This event is organized in conjunction with IT Wales,
Software Alliance Wales, and Technocamps.
The aim of the fair is to provide students with a professional
environment where they:
During the fair, students are by their exhibition space
for discussions with visitors from the entire Swansea Bay
area community. This is a great opportunity to come and meet
our latest group of graduates as well as to network with visitors
from local academia and industry. Prizes are also awarded
on the day.
- Present and defend their final year projects
- See how their own project fits into the context of
the entire year's results
- Network professionally with IT companies.
We are looking for 20-25 volunteers to demonstrate their
project to local school students.
Volunteers are provided with lunch.
Please notify Robert S Laramee if you would like to volunteer.
There are a number of student prizes awarded including:
- Best student project-voted by school students, 20 GBP
Winner 2014: Kieron Jewell for Who's Watching Me? The
Little Brother Concept
- Best student project-voted by IT industry, Sinclair Spectrum
Winner 2014: Ryan Wong for Visual Assessment Boundaries
is sponsoring this year's best student prize
voted for by IT industry. See the photo below.
Thank you Grid Tools.
- Best student project-voted by Academic Staff, 200 GBP
Winner 2014: Matthew Poskitt for
OSMOSIS: A Leap Motion Java Game
Swansea University has a
Print Room you're welcome to try in
order to print your poster. You can also google:
"Swansea poster printing" and you'll find a number of
poster printing alternatives based right here in Swansea.
Set-up of Posters
(compulsory for all student project demonstrators)
| [11:30-11:45] (Technocamps)
A Technocamps Welcome by Professor Faron Moller,
Computer Science, Swansea University |
Tour of Project Fair: Project Demonstrations to School Students
as part of Technocamps by a selection of final year
A filmographer for the College of Science may arrive.
Aimee Bateman of CareerCake.com, Invited Talk,
On Facing the Job Market
Project Demonstrations to Swansea University (compulsory).
Scoring from supervisor and second marker takes place
First and second year students are invited to attend
at this time as well. |
A photographer for the College of Science may be present.
Business and Industry Representatives Arrive / Register
Welcome by Dr Neal Harman, Deputy Head of Department of Computer
Science, Swansea University
Project Demonstrations to IT Industry (compulsory).
Bring an updated copy of your CV to show to
Postgrad students, Masters, PhD candidates, and
Research Assistants are invited to attend at this time.