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Template for Final Year Project Report

To: All Final Year Project Students completing projects in Summer 2015/16

 

Standard template for the report cover and sample report (Please remember to update the supervisor code and project code as required on the cover):

  1. Report contents should strictly follow the right order as below:
    1. The standard cover template having information of your name, ID no, major programme, supervisor and assessor
    2. The Student Declaration Form
    3. Turnitin Originality Report
    4. Abstract
    5. Acknowledgements
    6. Contents
    7. List of Figures
    8. List of Tables
    9. Introduction
    10. Background
    11. Methodology
    12. Results
    13. Discussion
    14. Conclusion
    15. Appendix
    16. References
  1. All project reports should be in plastic cover with ring binding.

Standard template and sample for report contents and sequence:

Template for report cover:

BECE               BENG2-CE
BENG3-CE      BENG4-CE
BENG3-ECE    BENG4-ECE
BENG3-INFE   BENG4-INFE

Sample of Turnitin Originality Report

Report Sample (whole report)

On-line resources for report writing:  http://www.literacyinthedisciplines.org/

 

Submission of Final Year Project Reports

To: All Final Year Project Students completing projects in Summer 2016

 

Submission Schedule:

All final year project students should submit TWO hard copies of their project reports.  Hard copies submission is on 26 August 2016 according to the following schedule:

Date:  26 August 2016 (Friday)
Time:  11:00am – 12:00nn
Venue:  P1624, EE Laboratories (Building: AC1)

 

Please make sure that you have arranged the project demonstration with your supervisor and assessor on or before 26 August 2016, and be reminded that late submission of hardcopy and/or softcopy of FYP report will be subjected to penalty of lowering one sub-grade per day.

Submission Guidelines:

Please observe the following guidelines for your FYP report submission.

A/ Hard Copy Submission

  1. Two hard copies are required; one for your project supervisor and one for your project assessor. 
  2. There are a standard template for the report cover and a report sample which you may download from the FYP InfoNet http://proj.ee.cityu.edu.hk/eefyp/student/stindex.php
    Please remember to update the supervisor code and project code as required on the cover.
  3. Report contents and sequence should strictly follow the right order as below:
    1. The standard cover template having information of your name, ID no, major programme, supervisor and assessor
    2. The Student Declaration Form
    3. Turnitin Originality Report
    4. Abstract
    5. Acknowledgements
    6. Contents
    7. List of Figures
    8. List of Tables
    9. Introduction
    10. Background
    11. Methodology
    12. Results
    13. Discussion
    14. Conclusion
    15. Appendix
    16. References
  4. All project reports should be in transparent plastic cover with ring binding.

B/ Soft Copy Submission

The soft copy of report should be submitted through Canvas in PDF format with your Student ID as the filename.   In case of any queries, please contact Mrs Sandy Cheung at 3442 7134.  Her email address and office location is eesandy@cityu.edu.hk and P1624.  The important reminder for “FYP Report - Plagiarism Check before hard copy submission on 18 July 2016” is appended below.

S H Leung

27 July 2016

FYP Report - Plagiarism Check before hard copy submission on 26 August 2016

To: All Final Year Project Students (projects to be presented in Summer 2016)

 

At this stage, most of you should be preparing the project reports for submission on 26 August 2016 (Fri).  You must refrain from plagiarism, i.e. failure to properly acknowledge the use of another person's work.  Students who have committed plagiarism will be subjected to penalty that includes lowering of grade, course failure, or even termination of study.  In 2008/09, a student was terminated by the University as a result of committing a serious act of academic dishonesty by plagiarizing others' work from the internet in her FYP report.

Important Reminders for Plagiarism Check/ Softcopy/ Hardcopy Report Submission

  1. To help you and your supervisor identify texts copied without acknowledgement, all students MUST submit your reports to the Turnitin System for checking on or before 23 August 2016 (Tue).
  1. The Turnitin Originality Report may require days to generate. Its printout should be attached to your Project Report in hard copy submitted to the General Office on 26 August 2016 (Fri).  
  1. All softcopy submissions should be done online via your CityU’s Canvas under “Assignment”. You are required to submit your report in PDF format for department’s record and assessment. Similarity index of your report will be generated on the system with your PDF submission.  The system is accessible starting from 9 August 2016 at 9:00am.  Students failing to submit PDF format to the Canvas by 23 August 2016 will be subjected to penalty that includes lowering of grade or course failure.
  1. The Turnitin Originality Report will show the Overall Similarity Index and the related copied texts (without acknowledgement) found in your reports, facilitating the supervisors’ and assessors’ judgment on whether you have committed plagiarism. Though unlimited submissions are acceptable by the Turnitin system, please be mindful of the deadline set to 23 August 2016.  

Should you have any queries on the above, please contact the FYP Coordinator Dr S H Leung at 3442 7784.

Andy CHAN

18 July 2016

Briefing session - Plagiarism Check

To: All final year project students completing projects in Summer 2016

 

In order to help students understand more about Plagiarism Prevention and how to use the Plagiarism Check System before FYP report submission, a briefing session is scheduled as follows:

Date:  16 August 2016 (Tue)
Time:  6:00pm – 6:50pm
Venue: G5-134 (Building: AC1)

All FYP students completing projects in Summer 2016 must attend!

S H Leung

12 July 2016

Supervisor's Comments on Final Year Project

To: EE FYP Students (presented in Sem B, 2015/16)

 

This is to provide a summative comment on the student’s final-year-project performance by the supervisor.  Please download the “Supervisor's Comments on Final Year Project” during the period 20 – 26 January 2016.

1.  Login to FYP Student Infonet at http://proj.ee.cityu.edu.hk/eefyp/student/stlogin.php
2.  Click  “Get supervisor's comment report (pdf format)" to get the pdf file

General enquiries:  Sandy Cheung 3442 7134 / email at eesandy@cityu.edu.hk
Login enquiries:  Billy Au-yeung 3442 9857 / email at eeeeay@cityu.edu.hk

S H Leung

17 June 2016

Congratulations to FYP Competition Winners

To: All EE Staff and Students

 

I am pleased to announce the following winners for the FYP Competition in 2016.


Champion

Student Name:  LAI Chun Tak 

Programme-Major:   BENG3-ECE

Supervisor:  Prof Henry Chung

Project Title:   Smart Charger

 

1st runner-up

Student Name:  DEBARUN DHAR 

Programme-Major:   BENG4-CE

Supervisor:  Dr Ray Cheung

Project Title:   Automatic Posture Keypoints Detection using Convolutional Neural Networks

 

2nd runner-up

Student Name:  WAQAS Mahmood

Programme-Major:   BENG3-ECE

Supervisor:  Dr Leanne Chan

Project Title:   Wireless Power Transfer for Biomedical Application

 

Discovery & Innovative Project Award

Student Name:  LAI Chun Tak 

Programme-Major:   BENG3-ECE

Supervisor:  Prof Henry Chung

Project Title:   Smart Charger

 

Best Industrial Project Award

Student Name:  WONG Yiu Cheung

Programme-Major:   BENG3-INFE

Supervisor:  Mr K T Ng

Project Title:   Shopping loyalty tracking using computer vision

 

Best Project Award of BEng Computer Engineering

Student Name:   DEBARUN DHAR 

Supervisor:  Dr Ray Cheung

Project Title:  Automatic Posture Keypoints Detection using Convolutional Neural Networks

 

Best Project Award of BEng Electronic and Communication Engineering/ Electronic Engineering

Student Name:   LAI Chun Tak 

Supervisor:  Prof Henry Chung

Project Title:  Smart Charger

 

Best Project Award of BEng Information Engineering

Student Name:   LIN Ruiyuan

Supervisor:  Dr Andrew Leung

Project Title:  Image completion with alternating direction method of multipliers

Thanks to all staff and students who took part in the competition and congratulations to the winners.

S H Leung

6 June 2016

Call for Nominations -- The Pan-Pearl River Delta Region (泛珠三角地區) University IT Project Competition 2016

To: All EE FYP Students

 

The Pan-Pearl River Delta Region (泛珠三角地區) University IT Project Competition 2016 is going to be held in its 11th year. The competition is organized by the Guangdong Province Federation of Computers (廣東省計算機學會) with iProA as the co-organizer for the Hong Kong region. The Department was invited to nominate three IT-related final year projects of 2016 for the competition. Good projects selected by the panel will enter a judging round held in Hong Kong in June. Then, four outstanding project teams from universities will be short-listed to represent Hong Kong in the final round of the Competition held in Macau in July. More details about the competition are as below:

Aims
This project aims to recognize the academic achievements of ICT (Information and Communication Technology) projects in the Pan-PRD region, including Fujian, Jiangxi, Hunan, Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Sichuan, Guizhou and Yunnan (nine provinces) in China, Hong Kong SAR, Macao SAR and Taiwan. Through participation in this event, the following goals are to be achieved:

-Encouraging academic exchange, fellowship establishment and collective improvement
-Promoting internal and external collaboration between Hong Kong and the Pan-PRD region
-Bridging market needs with computer applications
-Catering to society’s need on computer talents
-Providing opportunity to discover and recruit computer talents through exposition

Key Dates
Good nominated projects will enter:
Coaching and briefing session:  4th June 2016(Sat)
Judging round in Hong Kong: 11th June 2016 (Sat)

Four outstanding projects from universities shortlisted to represent Hong Kong:
Final round in Macau: 3rd-6th July 2016 (Sun – Wed)

More details
Website: https://www.facebook.com/iproayouth
Poster:    as attached
Online Application form: http://bit.ly/1USlY5Z (Deadline 27 May 2016 23:59 )
Should you participate in the competition, please indicate your interest to Mrs Sandy Cheung by email at  eesandy@cityu.edu.hk .  Her contact number is  3442 7134.

Regards,

S H Leung


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發件人: Alex Hung <info@crossover-int.com>
日期: 2016/4/27 11:12 (GMT+08:00)
收件人: XUE Quan <eeqxue@cityu.edu.hk>
主題: Call for Nominations of Final Year IT Projects for the China Pan-Pearl River Delta Region (泛珠三角地區) University IT Project Competition 2016

Dear Friends,

Call for Nominations of Final Year IT Projects for the China Pan-Pearl River Delta Region (泛珠三角地區) University IT Project Competition 2016 

I am glad to have the chance to send this invitation to you and hope you can nominate your students and refer to the right contact persons for us. I was one of graduates in Computer Science and I understand the importance of having the chance to have exchange of our IT-related FYP among students among different institutions. Also, we can introduce both new technologies and our good students to the industry and general public. It is the 11th year for us and iProA to hold this meaningful event. On behalf of Internet Professional Association (iProA), we would like to invite you to nominate the best three IT-related final year projects (FYP) from your department/faculty to participate in the Pan-Pearl River Delta Region University IT Project Competition 2016 (https://www.facebook.com/iproayouth). Outstanding FYPs will be invited to participate coaching and briefing session on 4th June 2016(Sat) and judging on 11th June 2016 (Sat) in Hong Kong.

Website: https://www.facebook.com/iproayouth
Poster: as attached
Online Application form: http://bit.ly/1USlY5Z (Deadline 27  May 2016 23:59 )

The Competition is organized by the Guangdong Province Federation of Computers (廣東省計算機學會) with iProA as the co-organizer for the Hong Kong region.

This project aims to recognize the academic achievements of ICT (Information and Communication Technology) projects in the Pan-PRD region, including Fujian, Jiangxi, Hunan, Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Sichuan, Guizhou and Yunnan (nine provinces) in China, Hong Kong SAR, Macao SAR and Taiwan. Through participation in this event, the following goals are to be achieved:

-  Encouraging academic exchange, fellowship establishment and collective improvement
 - Promoting internal and external collaboration between Hong Kong and the Pan-PRD region
 - Bridging market needs with computer applications
 - Catering to society’s need on computer talents
 - Providing opportunity to discover and recruit computer talents through exposition

Four outstanding project teams from universities will be short-listed to represent Hong Kong in the final round of the Competition, which is held on 3rd-6th July 2016 in Macau. Selected project teams will be offered free transport, meals and accommodation to compete with the representatives from more than 250 universities from the Pan-PRD region, Macao and Taiwan.

Being the 11th Anniversary of this cross-border competition, tremendous public attention has been attracted over the years. Last year, the Competition attracted over 250 undergraduate students from 12 local universities and institutions. It will be an excellent opportunity for your students to demonstrate their ingenious projects in front of the regional ICT business leaders which will bring them insight, experience and career opportunities from such a high-profile event. Employers from the I.T. discipline will also be invited meet potential graduates for the hiring opportunity.

For interested parties, please fill in the online application form on and before 23:59 of 27 May 2016 http://bit.ly/1USlY5Z. Any late submission would not be considered.

For more details of the event, please visit our website https://www.facebook.com/iproayouth. Should you need further information, please contact Mr. Chan at 28696603 (Mon – Fri, 1000 – 1830) or e-mail to 2016panprd@gmail.com.  We would be grateful if you could pass on the related information on this Competition to the students.
We look forward to receiving your nominations very soon.

Yours sincerely,
Mr. Alex Hung,

Vice-President, Internet Professional Association
Chairman of Pan-Pearl River Delta Region 
University IT Project Competition (Hong Kong Region)

17 May 2016

Reminder: Scholarships and Awards related to Final Year Project 2015-16

To: EE FYP Students

 

Reminder:

Please note that the following award is added on the listing of scholarships and awards related to FYP.  Details are provided as attached.

Scholarship Title

Amount of Award in HK$

Eligibility

ASM Technology Award

20,000-50,000

  • 2016 final year undergraduates of Engineering or related Engineering fields  
  • Final year project or equivalent by individual/group

 

From: Department of Electronic Engineering by way of Sandy Cheung [mailto:eesandy@cityu.edu.hk]
Sent: Monday, January 25, 2016 4:41 PM
To: Students completing Final Year Projects in 2015/16
Cc: FYP Supervisors
Subject: Scholarships and Awards related to Final Year Project 2015-16

From:    Department of Electronic Engineering
To:         Students completing Final Year Projects in 2015-16
Date:     25 January 2016

Scholarships and Awards related to Final Year Project 2015-16

Every year, in order to recognize the good work of students in their Final Year Projects (FYP), various scholarships and awards related to FYP are offered to students. At this stage, the details of the following awards and scholarships have been announced:

SFA No.

Scholarship Title

No. of Awards for 2015-16

Amount of Award in HK$

Selection Criteria

Not applicable

ASM Technology Award

Details as attached

20,000-50,000

  • 2016 final year undergraduates of Engineering or related Engineering fields  
  • Final year project or equivalent by individual/group

001103

Info Tech Job Market Driven Scholarship
資訊科技職場導向獎學金

2

12,000

Full-time UGC-funded local undergraduate students with outstanding performance in Final Year Project related to Information & Communication Technology (ICT); To be awarded, potential candidates must demonstrate competence in the application of at least one of the following areas in the FYPs:

-Java Development
-C#.Net
-Mobile App Development
-Internetworking
-Information Security

00936

Wong Kam Fu Outstanding Innovation Awards
黃金富傑出創意學生獎

2

10,000

Full-time UGC-funded local undergraduate students with outstanding performance in the final year project with an innovative idea/concept or production formation which could lead to the betterment of the community

00150

The S. H. Ho Foundation Ltd. Student Project Scholarship

1

10,000

Full-time undergraduate student selected to conduct a final year project.

For details, students are welcome to visit the “Scholarship and Financial Aid Catalogue" under AIMS. Nominations will be made when students completed their FYP in Semester B, 2015-16. Projects completed in Semester A, 2015-16 will also be considered. Furthermore, it is expected that more awards and scholarships related to FYP might be announced at a later stage when details are confirmed by the donors. In 2014-15, we had a total of six different awards and scholarships related to FYP.

First-layer Selection Criteria – EE Final Year Project Competition

Nominations of the above scholarships will NORMALLY be selected from the projects shortlisted for EE Project Competition. The 2016 round will be held on 31 May 2016 and 2 June 2016. The objectives of the competition are:

1) To promote the quality of student projects and strengthen winning students' resume.
2) To enhance students' presentation skills
3) To cultivate a positive learning atmosphere and uphold the good tradition of the Department
All entrants will be judged based on the merit of the projects and their presentation skills. There are a total of eight prizes


Awards

Selection Pool

Best Project Award of IE/ ECE/ CE awarded to projects of highest mark in each programme/ major

All projects

Champion

Shortlisted projects entering competition

First runner up

Second runner up

Innovation and Discovery Award

All projects

Best Industrial Project Award

All IPS projects

Important Dates for Project Competition
Deadline for student enrollment: 18 May 2016 (Wed)
Project Competition - Qualifying (project demonstration): 31 May 2016 (Tue)
Project Competition - Final (project presentation): 2 June 2016 (Thur)
Thank you for your attention.

Department of Electronic Engineering

Attached file:

- Information Sheet - ASM Technology Award 2016

17 May 2016

Reminder: EE Project Competition 2016

To: All FYP students completing projects in Sem B, 2015/16

 

Reminder

Important Dates:
Deadline for student enrollment: 18 May 2016 (Wednesday)
Deadline for staff's recommendation: 20 May 2016 (Friday)
Announcement of short-listed entrants and competition schedule: 26 May 2016 (Thursday)
Project Competition - Qualifying (project demonstration): 31 May 2016 (Tuesday)
Project Competition - Final (project presentation): 2 June 2016 (Thursday)
(Time & venue to be confirmed)

 

From: EE FYP Co-ordinator by way of Sandy Cheung [mailto:eesandy@cityu.edu.hk]
Sent: Tuesday, April 05, 2016 4:59 PM
To: EE FYP Supervisors / Assessors; All FYP students completing projects in Sem B, 2015/16
Cc: Ms. Jenny LIM; Mr. LAU Man Tung Newman; Billy Au Yeung
Subject: EE Project Competition 2016

From:   EE FYP Co-ordinator
To:       EE FYP Supervisors / Assessors, All Final Year Project Students
Cc:       Jenny Lim, Newman Lau, Billy
Date:    5 April 2016

EE Project Competition 2016

The annual EE Project Competition 2016 will be held on 2 June 2016 (Thur) after the Semester B Examination.  Students are encouraged to join the competition by returning the completed enrolment form to P1624 on or before 18 May 2016 (Wed).  Participants will be short-listed based on supervisors' and assessors' recommendation.  Meanwhile supervisors and assessors will also be invited to recommend students to join the competition after marking the project reports.  Please note that nominations of various scholarships and awards related to Final Year Project (details attached) will NORMALLY be selected from the projects shortlisted for EE Project Competition.  Details of the competition are given below:

Objectives:
1) To promote the quality of student projects and strengthen winning students' resume.
2) To enhance students' presentation skills
3) To cultivate a positive learning atmosphere and uphold the good tradition of the Department

Judging Criteria:
All entrants will be judged based on the merit of the projects and their presentation skills. There will be two rounds, a qualifying, that will be judged by a panel of EE academic staff, and a final. Winners of the qualifying round will be selected to proceed to the final that will be judged by 3 academic staff from the EE department.

Panel of Judges:
Qualifying: A panel of academic staff of EE Department (4-7 academic staff)
Final: 3 academic staff

Prize:
A total of eight prizes with categories as below:


Awards

Selection Pool

Prizes

Best Project Award of IE/ ECE/ CE awarded to projects of highest mark in each programme/ major

All projects

A book coupon ($1,000) and a certificate for each Best Project Award

Champion

Shortlisted projects entering competition

A shield, a book coupon ($2,000) and a certificate

First runner up

A shield, a book coupon ($1,000) and a certificate

Second runner up

A shield, a book coupon ($500) and a certificate

Innovation and Discovery Award

All projects

A book coupon ($1,000) and a certificate

Best Industrial Project Award

All IPS projects

A book coupon ($1,000) and a certificate


Prizes will be presented at the EE Annual Congregation Reception in front of all graduates and parents. 

Important Dates:
Deadline for student enrollment: 18 May 2016 (Wednesday)
Deadline for staff's recommendation: 20 May 2016 (Friday)
Announcement of short-listed entrants and competition schedule: 21 May 2015 26 May 2016 (Thursday)
Project Competition - Qualifying (project demonstration): 31 May 2016 (Tuesday)
Project Competition - Final (project presentation): 2 June 2016 (Thursday)
(Time & venue to be confirmed)

S H Leung

Attached file:

- Scholarships and Awards related to Final Year Project 2015-16

- Enrol form

 

17 May 2016

Final Year Project Allocation Exercise, 18 May 2016

To: FYP Pre-registered students who have not secured FYP (FYP to be commenced in Sem A or Sem B, 2016/17)

 

All EE undergraduate students who have pre-registered for Final Year Project starting in Sem A or Sem B, 2016/17 are reminded to participate the Final Year Project Allocation Exercise except students who have already secured an industrial final year project OR a student proposed project OR staff’s project during the matching exercise.  Pre-registered students who have not secured FYP must join this lottery exercise which is the last chance to choose a project to be started in the coming academic year (2016/17) or else you have to wait for another year.

Details of this year’s FYP Allocation Exercise are as follows:
 
For BENGU2-ECE BENG2/3/4-ECE –EE4182


Date

:

18 May 2016 (Wednesday)

Time

:

4:00 pm

Venue

:

P4704 (Building: AC1)

For BENGU2-CE BENG2/3/4-CE – EE4282


Date

:

18 May 2016 (Wednesday)

Time

:

4:20 pm

Venue

:

P4704 (Building: AC1)

For BENGU2-INFE BENG2/3/4-INFE – EE4382


Date

:

18 May 2016 (Wednesday)

Time

:

4:30 pm

Venue

:

P4704 (Building: AC1)

S H Leung

9 May 2016

Extension of Project Matching Period to 6 May

To: FYP Pre-registered students (those not yet matched projects)

 

Dear Students,

Final Year Project (FYP): Extension of Matching Period to 6 May 2016

After the close of project matching in April, the FYP Infonet has now been reopened to supervisors for uploading more projects until 6 May 2016 (this Friday) at 5:00p.m.. Not many new projects are expected but it provides a good and last opportunity for those who have not yet matched with any projects.

Students who already got a project in last matching round are not allowed to make change to their projects.

Thanks and regards,

S H Leung

4 May 2016

Final Year Project Presentation in Sem B, 2015/16

To: All EE undergraduate students

 

All undergraduate students are welcome to attend the EE Final Year Project Presentation to be held as follows:

Project Presentation Sessions

Date

Time

Venue

11 Apr 16 (Mon)

9:00am - 12:30pm

G6302

2:00pm - 5:30pm

G6302

Innovation Centre (P1402)

12 Apr 16 (Tue)

9:00am - 12:30pm

G6302

Innovation Centre (P1402)

2:00pm - 5:30pm

G6302

Innovation Centre (P1402)

13 Apr 16 (Wed)

9:00am - 12:30pm

G6302

2:00pm - 5:30pm

G6302

14 Apr 16 (Thu)

2:00pm - 5:30pm

G6302

Innovation Centre (P1402)

15 Apr 16 (Fri)

9:00am - 12:30pm

G6302

Innovation Centre (P1402)

2:00pm - 5:30pm

G6302

 

 

The detailed schedule for each session can be assessed through the EE FYP InfoNet
http://proj.ee.cityu.edu.hk/eefyp/student/stpresentindex.php

S H Leung

6 Apr 2016

Submission of Final Year Project Reports

To: All Final Year Project Students completing projects in Sem B, 2015/16

 

Submission Schedule:

All final year project students should submit TWO hard copies of their project reports.  Hard copies submission is on 22 April 2016 (Friday) according to the following schedule:

Time

Programme

Venue

9:30 – 10:30am

BENG3-ECE, BENG4-ECE

G6302

11:00am – 12:00nn

BECE, BENG2-CE, BENG3-CE, BENG4-CE

G6302

3:00 – 4:00pm

BENG3-INFE, BENG4-INFE

G6302

Please make sure that you have arranged the project demonstration with your supervisor and assessor on or before week 13, and be reminded that late submission of hardcopy and/or softcopy of FYP report will be subjected to penalty of lowering one sub-grade per day.

Submission Guidelines:

Please observe the following guidelines for your FYP report submission.

A/ Hard Copy Submission

  1. Two hard copies are required; one for your project supervisor and one for your project assessor. 
  2. There are a standard template for the report cover and a report sample which you may download from the FYP InfoNet http://proj.ee.cityu.edu.hk/eefyp/student/stindex.php. Please remember to update the supervisor code and project code as required on the cover.
  3. Report contents and sequence should strictly follow the right order as below:
    1. The standard cover template having information of your name, ID no, major programme, supervisor and assessor
    2. The Student Declaration Form
    3. Turnitin Originality Report
    4. Abstract
    5. Acknowledgements
    6. Contents
    7. List of Figures
    8. List of Tables
    9. Introduction
    10. Background
    11. Methodology
    12. Results
    13. Discussion
    14. Conclusion
    15. References
    16. Appendix
  4. All project reports should be in transparent plastic cover with ring binding.

B/ Soft Copy Submission

The soft copy of report should be submitted through Canvas in PDF format with your Student ID as the filename.   In case of any queries, please contact Mrs Sandy Cheung at 3442 7134.  Her email address and office location is eesandy@cityu.edu.hk and P1624.  The important reminder for “FYP Report - Plagiarism Check before hard copy submission on 30 March 2016” is appended below.

S H Leung

5 Apr 2016

Final Year Project Presentation Schedule for Sem B, 2015/16

To: All Final Year Project Students completing projects in Sem B, 2015/16

 

Please be informed that the FYP Presentation Schedule has been uploaded to the FYP InfoNet.  For details, please click http://proj.ee.cityu.edu.hk/eefyp/student/stindex.php.  All students are required to note the time and venue for their assigned presentation sessions and arrive the presentation venue at least 15 minutes before the commencement of the session.  Students who need to download files should preferably arrive 30 minutes before the session starts.  Please be reminded that presentation is an essential element in FYP assessment.  Students not delivering final presentation cannot pass the project course.

Please note that the following facilities are available to students during Final Year Project Presentation in Week 12 (11 – 15 April 2016):
- Computer / Notebook with CD ROM Drive
- LCD Projector
- Microsoft Office 2013 Professional
- Adobe Reader
- Windows Media Player

Note:
- Students are not advised to download massive presentation materials through Internet during sessions. Network performance cannot be guaranteed all the time.
- Provision of other AV equipment not mentioned above is not guaranteed.

If you have further queries, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Sandy Cheung at 3442 7134.  Her email address and office location is eesandy@cityu.edu.hk and P1624.

S H Leung

1 Apr 2016

FYP Report - Plagiarism Check before hard copy submission on 22 April 2016

To: All Final Year Project Students (projects to be presented in Sem B, 2015/16)

 

At this stage, most of you should be preparing the project reports for submission on 22 April 2016 (Fri).  You must refrain from plagiarism, i.e. failure to properly acknowledge the use of another person's work.  Students who have committed plagiarism will be subjected to penalty that includes lowering of grade, course failure, or even termination of study.  In 2008/09, a student was terminated by the University as a result of committing a serious act of academic dishonesty by plagiarizing others' work from the internet in her FYP report.

Important Reminders for Plagiarism Check/ Softcopy/ Hardcopy Report Submission

  1. To help you and your supervisor identify texts copied without acknowledgement, all students MUST submit your reports to the Turnitin System for checking on or before 19 April 2016 (Tue).
  1. The Turnitin Originality Report may require days to generate. Its printout should be attached to your Project Report in hard copy submitted to the General Office on 22 April 2016 (Fri).  
  1. All softcopy submissions should be done online via your CityU's Canvas under 'Assignment'. You are required to submit your report in PDF format for department's record and assessment. Similarity index of your report will be generated on the system with your PDF submission.  The system is accessible starting from 5 April 2016 at 9:00am.  Students failing to submit PDF format to the Canvas by 19 April 2016 will be subjected to penalty that includes lowering of grade or course failure.
  1. The Turnitin Originality Report will show the Overall Similarity Index and the related copied texts (without acknowledgement) found in your reports, facilitating the supervisors’ and assessors’ judgment on whether you have committed plagiarism. Though unlimited submissions are acceptable by the Turnitin system, please be mindful of the deadline set to 19 April 2016.  

Should you have any queries on the above, please contact the FYP Coordinator Dr S H Leung at 3442 7784.

W S Chan

30 Mar 2016

FYP Student Proposal Form

To: EE Undergraduate Students

 
Click Here to get the form

17 Mar 2016

Briefing session - Plagiarism Check

To: All final year project students completing projects in Sem B, 2015/16

 

In order to help students understand more about Plagiarism Prevention and how to use the Plagiarism Check System before FYP report submission, a briefing session is scheduled as follows:

Date:  21 March 2016 (Monday)
Time:  6:00pm – 6:50pm
Venue: LT-10 (Building: AC1)

All FYP students completing projects in Sem B, 2015/16 must attend!

S H Leung

13 Mar 2016

Final Year Project Schedule in Sem B, 2015/16

To: All FYP students completing project in Sem B 2015/16

 

Final year project students completing their final year projects in Sem B, 2015/16 are requested to note the following for immediate actions:

   1.    Confirmation of Final Year Project (FYP) title on or before 11 March 2016 (Friday)
            (WEB site open from 7 March 2016 at 5:00 pm to 11 March 2016 at 4:00pm)

   2.    Upload the FYP abstracts to the FYP InfoNet on or before 25 March 2016 (Friday)
            (WEB site open from 7 March 2016 at 5:00 pm to 25 March 2016 at 4:00pm)

The FYP Presentation will be held from 11 - 15 April 2016 (Monday to Friday).  Your presentation schedule will be available by the end of Week 10.

Submission of FYP reports
- Two hard copies to General Office (G6302) on 22 April 2016 (Friday)
- Soft copy submitted through Canvas in PDF format on or before 19 April 2016 (Tuesday)

You are required to read the notice for action as soon as possible.  Should you have any queries, please call Mrs Sandy Cheung at 3442 7134.  She can be reached at P1624 (Lab Support Unit).

S H Leung

1 Mar 2016

Final Year Project (FYP): Registration and Selection

To: All Undergraduate Students

 

Eligible EE undergraduate students who wish to start EE4181/  EE4281/  EE4381 / EE4182 / EE4282 / EE4382, the Final Year Project (FYP), in Semester A (or Semester B), 2016/17 MUST read the following message carefully and refer to the project allocation section in The Guidelines for Final Year Project .


A.  PRE-REGISTRATION PERIOD (29 February 2016, 5:00pm - 11 March 2016, 5:00pm)

Both full-time and part-time students wishing to take the FYP in Semester A (or Semester B), 2016/17 MUST pre-register their FYP between 29 February - 11 March 2016. Those without prior project pre-registration will NOT be allocated a project.  Please take the following steps:

     Go to Student Page at EE Homepage
     Click Final Year Project leading you to the Student InfoNet
     Click FYP Pre-registration, enter your student name, student number and programme code

Pre-registration of FYP will then be done by the Academic Regulations and Records Office.


B.  WHO ARE ELIGIBLE TO TAKE FYP IN 2016/17? 

Pre-requisites for students to start Final Year Project in Semester A, 2016/17 (or #Semester B, 2016/17)
#: applicable to students starting FYP in Semester B, 2016/17

EE4181 / EE4281 / EE4381
Undergraduate students (for 2010 cohort and before) having earned 43 CUs of Level 2 or above core/technical elective courses by the end of Sem B, 2015/16(or # Sem A, 2016/17) (excluding language courses, CCIV, OOD and GE courses).

EE4182 / EE4282 / EE4382
-BENG4 students having earned 54 CUs of the major requirement, college requirement, and college-specified courses by the end of Sem B, 2015/16 (or # Sem A, 2016/17) (excluding gateway education and language requirement courses).
-BENG3 students having earned *39 CUs of the major requirement by the end of Sem B, 2015/16 (or # Sem A, 2016/17) (excluding gateway education and language requirement courses).
-BENG2 students having earned *36 CUs of the major requirement by the end of Sem B, 2015/16 (or # Sem A, 2016/17) (excluding gateway education and language requirement courses).
*Credits of exempted courses are counted regardless of the completion time of replacement courses


C.  WHO ELSE ARE REQUIRED TO ENTER THIS ROUND? 
Industrial Placement Scheme (IPS) Students
Students engaged in IPS and will start your project in 2016/17 should complete the pre-registration for your FYP. For allocation details, you will be informed by the IPS Coordinator at a later stage.

Advanced Standing (AS) Students
ASI/II students who plan to start your FYP in 2016/17 are also required to complete your FYP pre-registration process.


D.  FYP MATCHING AND ALLOCATION SCHEDULE

Please refer to the attachment for the details.


E.  BRIEFING SESSION

A briefing session with Q&Awill be held for students who want to start their projects in Semester A (or Semester B), 2016/17.  Details are as follows:
Date:  29 February 2016 (Monday)
Time:  6:00pm - 6:50pm
Venue:  LT-6 (Building: AC1)


2016/17 Final Year Project Matching and Allocation Schedule

Week 7-9
Students are encouraged to propose their own projects to Programme Leaders and be approved by the end of week 9 (18 March 2016). Guidelines and Proposal Form for Student-Proposed Projects can be downloaded from the InfoNet.

Week 9-11
EE Academic staff will be asked to input around 5 - 6 projects for students in the FYP Student InfoNet.

Week 12-13 (10-day period)
Free matching
Both staff and students may view the consolidated project list in FYP InfoNet and approach each other for 'Matching Projects'.

Project Allocation by Lottery
Students who cannot match a project with an academic staff are required to attend the project allocation session. During the session, students will draw lots to determine their order in the selection of available projects. 

Project Allocation Exercise
Date:  18 May 2016 (Wednesday)
Time and Venue: to be advised

25 Feb 2016

Briefing Session with Q&A for Final Year Project Students

To: EE Undergraduate Students
- those intending to start FYP in Sem A or Sem B, 2016/17
- those taking EE4181,EE4182, EE4281,EE4282, EE4381, EE4382

 

Please note that a briefing session with Q&A for final year project students will be held on:

Date: 29 February 2016 (Monday)
Time:  6:00pm – 6:50pm
Venue: LT-6 (Building: AC1)
All final year project students completing FYP in Sem A of 2016/17 or students intending to start projects in Sem A or Sem B in 2016/17 must attend.

S H Leung

19 Feb 2016

Scholarships and Awards related to Final Year Project 2015-16

To: Students completing Final Year Projects in 2015/16

 

Every year, in order to recognize the good work of students in their Final Year Projects (FYP), various scholarships and awards related to FYP are offered to students. At this stage, the details of the following awards and scholarships have been announced:

SFA No.

Scholarship Title

No. of Awards for 2015-16

Amount of Award in HK$

Selection Criteria

001103

Info Tech Job Market Driven Scholarship
資訊科技職場導向獎學金

2

12,000

Full-time UGC-funded local undergraduate students with outstanding performance in Final Year Project related to Information & Communication Technology (ICT); To be awarded, potential candidates must demonstrate competence in the application of at least one of the following areas in the FYPs:

-Java Development
-C#.Net
-Mobile App Development
-Internetworking
-Information Security

00936

Wong Kam Fu Outstanding Innovation Awards
黃金富傑出創意學生獎

2

10,000

Full-time UGC-funded local undergraduate students with outstanding performance in the final year project with an innovative idea/concept or production formation which could lead to the betterment of the community

00150

The S. H. Ho Foundation Ltd. Student Project Scholarship

1

10,000

Full-time undergraduate student selected to conduct a final year project.

For details, students are welcome to visit the “Scholarship and Financial Aid Catalogue" under AIMS. Nominations will be made when students completed their FYP in Semester B, 2015-16. Projects completed in Semester A, 2015-16 will also be considered. Furthermore, it is expected that more awards and scholarships related to FYP might be announced at a later stage when details are confirmed by the donors. In 2014-15, we had a total of six different awards and scholarships related to FYP.

First-layer Selection Criteria – EE Final Year Project Competition

Nominations of the above scholarships will NORMALLY be selected from the projects shortlisted for EE Project Competition. The 2016 round will be held on 31 May 2016 and 2 June 2016. The objectives of the competition are:

1) To promote the quality of student projects and strengthen winning students' resume.
2) To enhance students' presentation skills
3) To cultivate a positive learning atmosphere and uphold the good tradition of the Department
All entrants will be judged based on the merit of the projects and their presentation skills. There are a total of eight prizes


Awards

Selection Pool

Best Project Award of IE/ ECE/ CE awarded to projects of highest mark in each programme/ major

All projects

Champion

Shortlisted projects entering competition

First runner up

Second runner up

Innovation and Discovery Award

All projects

Best Industrial Project Award

All IPS projects

Important Dates for Project Competition
Deadline for student enrollment: 18 May 2016 (Wed)
Project Competition - Qualifying (project demonstration): 31 May 2016 (Tue)
Project Competition - Final (project presentation): 2 June 2016 (Thur)
Thank you for your attention.

Department of Electronic Engineering

27 Jan 2016

Submission of Final Year Project Planning Chart and Progress Report

To: All Final Year Project Students starting FYP in Sem B, 2015/16

 

Please be informed that all students taking the final year project starting from Sem B, 2015/16 must submit a project planning chart and a progress report to their supervisors:

(i)  a Project Planning Chart submitted to supervisor by Week 4 of Semester B, 2015/16, and
(ii) a Progress Report uploaded on FYP InfoNet on or before 15 April 2016 by 5:00pm (Week 12 of Semester B, 2015/16).

Submission of Progress Report

All students should not submit the reports to their supervisors directly and must upload their Progress Reports on FYP InfoNet on or before 15 April 2016 by 5:00pmOne sub-grade deduction from overall per day will apply upon late submission.  The submission date on FYP InfoNet is crucial for deduction of marks. If students fail to upload their Progress Report to FYP InfoNet, they will receive zero mark. Also, please note that presentation has to be performed alongside the submission of Progress Report, demonstrating the accomplishments obtained by students as of the first semester of FYP.

The Project Planning Chart and Progress Report are attached HERE.  Your supervisor will assess your project taking into account on your performance in these aspects.

You are advised to visit the FYP student InfoNet by clicking http://proj.ee.cityu.edu.hk/eefyp/student/stindex.php from time to time to observe the updated information of FYP.
S H Leung.

22 Jan 2016

Submission of Final Year Project Reports

To: All Final Year Project Students completing projects in Sem A, 2015/16

 

Submission Schedule:

All final year project students should submit TWO hard copies of their project reports.  Hard copies submission is on 27 November 2015 (Friday) according to the following schedule:

  Time

Programme

Venue

  9:30 – 10:30am

BENG3-ECE/ BEngECE (full-time)

G6302

 

  11:00am – 12:00nn

BENG3-CE

G6302

 

  3:00 – 4:00pm

BENG2-INFE/ BENG3-INFE

G6302

 

  7:00 – 7:30pm

BEEEIE

G6302

 

Please make sure that you have arranged the project demonstration with your supervisor and assessor on or before week 13, and be reminded that late submission of hardcopy and/or softcopy of FYP report will be subjected to penalty of lowering one sub-grade per day.

Submission Guidelines:

Please observe the following guidelines for your FYP report submission.

A/ Hard Copy Submission

  1. Two hard copies are required; one for your project supervisor and one for your project assessor. 
  2. There is a standard template for the report cover which you may download from the FYP InfoNet (Please remember to update the supervisor code and project code as required on the cover).
  3. Report contents and sequence should strictly follow the right order as below:
  4. The standard cover template having information of your name, ID no, major programme, supervisor and assessor
  5. The Student Declaration Form
  6. Turnitin Originality Report
  7. Student’s  main project report
  8. All project reports should be in transparent plastic cover with ring binding.

B/ Soft Copy Submission

The soft copy of report should be submitted through Canvas in PDF format with your Student ID as the filename.   In case of any queries, please contact Mrs Sandy Cheung at 3442 7134.  Her email address and office location is eesandy@cityu.edu.hk and P1624.  The important reminder for “FYP Report - Plagiarism Check before hard copy submission on 27 November 2015” is appended below.

S H Leung

----------------------

From:   Associate Head (EE)
To:        All Final Year Project Students (projects to be presented in Sem A, 2015/16)
Cc:        All FYP Supervisors, Jenny Lim, Shirley Ng, Billy Au-yeung
Date:    2 November 2015

Dear Students,

FYP Report - Plagiarism Check before hard copy submission on 27 November 2015

At this stage, most of you should be preparing the project reports for submission on 27 November 2015 (Fri).  You must refrain from plagiarism, i.e. failure to properly acknowledge the use of another person's work.  Students who have committed plagiarism will be subjected to penalty that includes lowering of grade, course failure, or even termination of study.  In 2008/09, a student was terminated by the University as a result of committing a serious act of academic dishonesty by plagiarizing others' work from the internet in her FYP report.

Important Reminders for Plagiarism Check/ Softcopy/ Hardcopy Report Submission

  1. To help you and your supervisor identify texts copied without acknowledgement, all students MUST submit your reports to the Turnitin System for checking on or before 24 November 2015 (Tue).
  1. The Turnitin Originality Report may require days to generate. Its printout should be attached to your Project Report in hard copy submitted to the General Office on 27 November 2015 (Fri).  
  1. All softcopy submissions should be done online via your CityU’s Canvas under “Assignment”. You are required to submit your report in PDF format for department’s record and assessment. Similarity index of your report will be generated on the system with your PDF submission.  The system is accessible starting from 10 November 2015 at 9:00am.  Students failing to submit PDF format to the Canvas by 24 November 2015 will be subjected to penalty that includes lowering of grade or course failure.
  1. The Turnitin Originality Report will show the Overall Similarity Index and the related copied texts (without acknowledgement) found in your reports, facilitating the supervisors’ and assessors’ judgment on whether you have committed plagiarism. Though unlimited submissions are acceptable by the Turnitin system, please be mindful of the deadline set to 24 November 2015.  

Should you have any queries on the above, please contact the FYP Coordinator Dr S H Leung at 3442 7784.

W S Chan

17 Nov 2015

Final Year Project Presentation in Sem A, 2015/16

To: All EE undergraduate students

 

All undergraduate students are welcome to attend the EE Final Year Project Presentation to be held as follows:

Project Presentation Sessions

Date:

18, 19 and 20 November 2015

Time:

2:00pm – 5:50pm

Venue:

G6302

   

Date:

19 November 2015

Time:

7:00pm - 7:20pm

Venue:

G6302

The detailed schedule for each session can be assessed through the EE FYP InfoNet
http://proj.ee.cityu.edu.hk/eefyp/student/stpresentindex.php
S H Leung

17 Nov 2015

Finalizing Final Year Project Title for student completing project in Sem B, 2015/16

To: All Final Year Project Students completing projects in Sem B, 2015/16

 

Please finalize your final year project title by on or before 27 November 2015.  Login to the student final year project InfoNet to make the necessary amendment.  The web-site will be open between 16 November 2015 (Monday), 17:00 to 27 November 2015 (Fri), 16:00You are advised to consult your supervisor prior to the project title change. 

Should you have any queries, feel free to contact Mrs Sandy Cheung 3442 7134.

S H Leung

16 Nov 2015

Final Year Project Presentation Schedule for Sem A, 2015/16

To: All Final Year Project Students completing projects in Sem A, 2015/16

 

Please be informed that the FYP Presentation Schedule has been uploaded to the FYP InfoNet.  For details, please click http://proj.ee.cityu.edu.hk/eefyp/student/stindex.php.  All students are required to note the time and venue for their assigned presentation sessions and arrive the presentation venue at least 15 minutes before the commencement of the session.  Students who need to download files should preferably arrive 30 minutes before the session starts.  Please be reminded that presentation is an essential element in FYP assessment.  Students not delivering final presentation cannot pass the project course.

Please note that the following facilities are available to students during Final Year Project Presentation in Week 12 (18 – 20 November 2015):
- Computer / Notebook with CD ROM Drive
- LCD Projector
- Microsoft Office 2010 Professional
- Adobe Reader XI
- Windows Media Player

Note:
- Students are not advised to download massive presentation materials through Internet during sessions. Network performance cannot be guaranteed all the time.
- Provision of other AV equipment not mentioned above is not guaranteed.

If you have further queries, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Sandy Cheung at 3442 7134.  Her email address and office location is eesandy@cityu.edu.hk and P1624.

S H Leung

10 Nov 2015

FYP Report - Plagiarism Check before hard copy submission on 27 November 2015

To: All Final Year Project Students (projects to be presented in Sem A, 2015/16)

 

Dear Students,

FYP Report - Plagiarism Check before hard copy submission on 27 November 2015

At this stage, most of you should be preparing the project reports for submission on 27 November 2015 (Fri).  You must refrain from plagiarism, i.e. failure to properly acknowledge the use of another person's work.  Students who have committed plagiarism will be subjected to penalty that includes lowering of grade, course failure, or even termination of study.  In 2008/09, a student was terminated by the University as a result of committing a serious act of academic dishonesty by plagiarizing others' work from the internet in her FYP report.

Important Reminders for Plagiarism Check/ Softcopy/ Hardcopy Report Submission

  1. To help you and your supervisor identify texts copied without acknowledgement, all students MUST submit your reports to the Turnitin System for checking on or before 24 November 2015 (Tue).
  1. The Turnitin Originality Report may require days to generate. Its printout should be attached to your Project Report in hard copy submitted to the General Office on 27 November 2015 (Fri).  
  1. All softcopy submissions should be done online via your CityU’s Canvas under “Assignment”. You are required to submit your report in PDF format for department’s record and assessment. Similarity index of your report will be generated on the system with your PDF submission.  The system is accessible starting from 10 November 2015 at 9:00am.  Students failing to submit PDF format to the Canvas by 24 November 2015 will be subjected to penalty that includes lowering of grade or course failure.
  1. The Turnitin Originality Report will show the Overall Similarity Index and the related copied texts (without acknowledgement) found in your reports, facilitating the supervisors’ and assessors’ judgment on whether you have committed plagiarism. Though unlimited submissions are acceptable by the Turnitin system, please be mindful of the deadline set to 24 November 2015.  

Should you have any queries on the above, please contact the FYP Coordinator Dr S H Leung at 3442 7784.

W S Chan

02 Nov 2015

Briefing session - Plagiarism Check

To: All final year project students completing projects in Sem A, 2015/16

 

In order to help students understand more about Plagiarism Prevention and how to use the Plagiarism Check System before FYP report submission, a briefing session is scheduled as follows:

Date:  4 November 2015 (Wednesday)
Time:  6:00pm – 6:50pm
Venue: Room No.1102 (Building: Academic 2)

All FYP students completing projects in Sem A, 2015/16 must attend!

S H Leung

23 Oct 2015

Final Year Project Schedule in Sem A, 2015/16

To: All FYP students completing FYP in Sem A, 2015/16

 

Final year project students completing their final year projects in Sem A, 2015/16 are requested to note the following for immediate actions:

   1.    Confirmation of Final Year Project (FYP) title on or before 23 October 2015 (Friday)
            (WEB site open from 19 October 2015 at 5:00 pm to 23 October 2015 at 4:00pm)

   2.    Upload the FYP abstracts to the FYP InfoNet on or before 6 November 2015 (Friday)
            (WEB site open from 19 October 2015 at 5:00 pm to 6 November 2015 at 4:00pm)

The FYP Presentation will be held from 16 - 20 November 2015 (Monday to Friday).  Your presentation schedule will be available by the end of Week 10.

Submission of FYP reports
- Two hard copies to General Office (G6302) on 27 November 2015 (Friday)
- Soft copy submitted through Canvas in PDF format on or before 24 November 2015

You are required to read the notice for action as soon as possible.  Should you have any queries, please call Mrs Sandy Cheung at 3442 7134.  She can be reached at P1624 (Lab Support Unit).

S H Leung

14 Oct 2015

Briefing Session with Q&A for Final Year Project Students

To: Undergraduate Students - those taking EE4181, EE4281, EE4381, EE4182, EE4282, EE4382

 

Please note that a briefing session with Q&A for final year project students will be held on:

Date:  24 September 2015 (Thursday)
Time:  6:00pm - 6:50pm
Venue:  LT-9 (Building: Academic 1)

All final year project students completing FYP in Sem B of 2015/16 must attend.

S H Leung

10 Sep 2015



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