* The goal of the seminar presentation is to give the student
an opportunity to show that he/she is able to present his/her
work in a concise form, within given time limits, and use
appropriate audiovisual aids. At the same time, the student
has an opportunity to get feedback on his/her work.
* The time reserved for the presentation is 20 minutes
(the time is shorter than you may think!).
* The presenter has to make 10 paper copies of the slides
to be distributed at the seminar.
* The material has to be planned for a 20 min presentation.
For completeness, there may be more slides (e.g. curves)
but then all of them are not presented. The slides have to
contain at least the following information:
- the title of the work, the names of the student and the
supervisor, the place where the work was carried out
- outline (table of contents) of the presentation
- the background and the problem studied in the work
- the methods used
- most important results
- conclusions and possible future work
There must be enough text so that the main ideas become
clear also to a person who doesn't hear the presentation.
* The slides are prepared in the format of either a *.pdf
(recommended) or *.ppt file. For the archival and public
display of the slides on the web, the file shall be
given on a diskette in the seminar or sent by email
to email@example.com. Name the file according to the rule:
surname_ddmmyy.pdf (or .ppt), where ddmmyy is the date
of the seminar.