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Techies in ITEC1001-11

Final Presentation Topics


  • You will be working in teams (existing teams)
  • Select your own topic latest by 10th April. The sooner you decide your topic, more time you will have for preparing your presentation. Also you will have more choices
  • If you don't pick a topic by the 10th, one will be assigned to your team
  • Presentations on the 24th of April 2008
  • Topic can be from the list provided or your own. ALL topics need to be approved first
  • All team members should present and each team member should for present approximately 5 minutes
  • Some techniques for making a good presentation can be found here
  • This project will be graded based on the content and presentation skills
    • Ideally you should be clearly addressing issues like: introduction (what is it and how it works), applications, pros and cons and more
    • Make it as interesting as possible (Do everything that you expect from other presentations). I may ask your peers to grade you.

List of Topics

  • Timeline of Programming Languages (History and future)
  • Mac OS X (Leopard) Brittany and Kevin
  • Semiconductors and Integrated circuits
  • Quantum computers
  • Optical computers
  • DNA computing
  • Careers in computing Kaine, Esther and Elizabeth
  • Software/System Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
  • Face animation
  • Character animation
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Cryptography
  • How search engines work
  • Augmented reality
  • Caching (cache memory)
  • Holographic Environments
  • Application Service Provider
  • Digital cash David and Fariba
  • Second life
  • Google earth Candis and Jennifer
  • Timeline of Storage Media (History and future)
  • Timeline of Computing (History and future)
  • ITEC1001 concepts that apply to Facebook
    • This is an interesting topic. See me if you are interested, I can guide you
  • Collaboration tools
    • You can discuss one tool in detail or you can talk about multiple tools

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