Solved by verified expert:Oral Presentation Option: You are required to submit a written report and make an oralpresentation to the class. Format specifications for the report and presentation is given below. So I just need anyone choose the topic then tell me what topic you going to write is..please read the file which i upload it below, everything will be included there.
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EEL 3472C – EE Science II
Class Presentation; April 15, 17 and 22.
This class presentation is a term project that highlights practical applications of electromagnetic fields.
This project is worth 10% of your overall course grade. You will submit a written report (80% of your score), and
make a short presentation (20% of your score), on your selected topic.
You have two options to complete the term project:
Option 1 – Oral Presentation Option: You are required to submit a written report and make an oral
presentation to the class. Format specifications for the report and presentation is given below.
Option 2 – Video Presentation Option: You are required to submit a written report and create a video
presentation which will be posted to YouTube. Format specifications for the report and the presentation
is given below.
SUBMISSION, TIMELINES & DUE DATES
What to submit
Select research topic
Option 1: In-class presentation
3/25, 5.30 PM
4/22, 5 PM
Where to submit
4/12, 5.00 PM
4/15, 12.30 PM
Wednesday, 4/17, 12.30 PM
4/22, 12.30 PM
Option 2: YouTube video
Link to uploaded video Friday,
4/12, 5.00 PM
Submit your written report (PDF or Microsoft Word format) to the Term Project Report assignment on
Canvas by Monday 4/22, 5 PM
Option 1, In-Class: Submit electronic copy in PDF or PowerPoint format to the Term Project
Presentation on Canvas, by Friday 4/12, 5 PM
Present in class on Monday, 4/15, 12.3 PM, Wednesday, 4/17, 12.30 PM and Monday, 4/22, 12.30 PM
Option 2: YouTube: Submit a link to your uploaded video to the Term Project Presentation assignment
on canvas by Friday 4/12, 5 PM. Make sure that your link is accessible.
MAKE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR LAST NAME IN THE FIRST PART OF THE FILE NAME.
The presentations will be loaded on the computer and ready when you present.
Attendance during the presentations is mandatory, whether you are presenting or not. If you do not
have an excused absence you will have 10% deducted from your overall project score.
Plagiarism of any kind will result in an automatic grade of zero points. Note that simply re-wording
something written by another author IS STILL plagiarism. Extensive quotation from other sources (e.g.,
using an entire paragraph within quotation marks) will not be favorably viewed and graded accordingly.
Electronic copies of your report will be checked for plagiarism.
REQUIRED SELECTION OF TOPICS
Your presentation can be on one of the following general topics and must relate to electromagnetics in some
obvious and direct way
Sensors (wireless sensor networks, electromagnetic sensors, etc.)
New applications of wireless technology (e.g., smart highways, smart grid, RFID)
Energy and/or power (e.g., solar, wireless power transfer, transformers, etc.)
Automotive applications (e.g., radar, intelligent highway transportation systems)
Medical applications of electromagnetism
REQUIRED Selection of Report Topic and Format – You must submit your topic selection and format (presentation
or video) by updating a spreadsheet posted on canvas (see announcements) before class on Monday, November
06. Starting on this date, there will be a 5-point reduction for each day beyond the submission deadline that the
project selection is delayed. Only one student will be allowed to select a given topic, and topics will be approved
on a first come – first served basis (I suggest you select your topic at the first possible opportunity). Approval
status will be updated on the spreadsheet.
REQUIRED sections in the Written Report (Label each section in your report accordingly!):
Abstract (3-5 sentences maximum).
Introduction (what you are going to say; usually 1-2 paragraphs).
Body of report (what you are saying).
Summary and Conclusions (summarize major points of what you said; 1 paragraph).
References (proper credit must be given to information sources).
REQUIRED Format Specifications for the Written Report:
5-point deduction for each format requirement that is not met.
Reports must be typed (word processor) using 12 point Times New Roman font.
A title and your name must appear at the top of the first page.
Use double spacing and 1” margins on all sides.
5 page minimum excluding references (of these 5 pages, no more than 2 pages of illustrations/figures).
All illustrations/figures should be located at the end of the report and have appropriate captions or titles,
and each must be referenced within the body of the report. You can cut/paste figures if needed.
References to a book, article, news story etc. must be indicated by a number in brackets within the body of
the report, and the full reference given at the end of the report (see example on following page). You must
use (not just list) at least two references.
You must provide the source of any figures you acquire, e.g., from the internet. You should put the
reference number in brackets at the end of the figure caption, and include the full citation in the references
section at the end of the report.
Each paragraph needs to begin with a clear topic sentence. The paragraph should build upon this one idea
(or group of related ideas) and not deviate.
A sample report is provided below.
Finding Reference Material:
Go to the library and ask a librarian for assistance finding introductory/basic information on a general
subject area, then perform a literature search.
Use encyclopedias (e.g. Wikipedia) as a starting place.
Search the internet (make sure to give proper credit to any sources that you use).
Option 1 – Oral Presentations:
Each presentation will be strictly timed to be 3 minutes or less and must include only two PowerPoint slides
Submission of your presentation file by the designated deadline making sure to include your last name
in the filename (the first part of the filename so they appear alphabetically): 0 or 5 points.
Quality of Slides: 1-5 points.
Clarity of Presentation: 1-5 points.
Quality of Technical Content: 1-5 points.
Timing: 0 or 5 points (0 if you exceed the allotted time).
Option 2 – Video Presentations:
You must adhere to the following guidelines for your report and video:
Report format – described above/
Video format – Appropriate for YouTube and approximately 2 minutes in length.
On-time submission of the link to your video: 0 or 5 points.
Quality of the Video Material: 1-5 points.
Clarity of the Presentation: 1-5 points.
Quality of Technical Content: 1-5 points .
Timing: 0 or 5 points (2 minutes nominal; 0 points if you exceed 3 minutes).
Abstract – New techniques for drilling teeth using electromagnetic energy have recently been proposed by the
American Dental Association. This report will review the basic electromagnetic fundamentals relevant to this
new technology. The possible advantages and shortcomings in patient care will also be discussed.
This introduction describes the material to be discussed in the report. The original work in this area was
described in .
This section describes the electromagnetic drill. As seen in Figure 1, the electromagnetic drill is comprised of …
POTENTIAL BENEFITS AND PROBLEMS
This section discusses the advantages and disadvantages.
This section summarizes the report.
 J. Goodson, “The Electromagnetic Drill,” CRC Press, 1992.
Figure 1. A conceptual illustration of the
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