Submitted by Betty Savka on March 20, 2009 - 9:40am
Advanced Topics in Intelligent Systems
ISSP 2020-2030 is a fall-spring course sequence, one credit per semester. It is required of all first-year ISP students. It is based on the ISP bi-weekly forum talks. A forum session typically consists of two research talks given by ISP faculty, ISP students, or guest speakers. Students enrolled in ISSP 2020 or ISSP 2030 are required to attend all but two forum sessions per semester, and should attend all talks in a given session. ISSP 2020 and 2030 students are required to write a 1-page paper about each talk attended, stating what they found to be most interesting about the talk and why. The papers should be mailed to the course-coordinators within a week of the talk. For ISSP 2030, taken during the spring term, students should carry out their proposed projects, write a paper about the project, and present a talk about the project during an ISP forum toward the end of the spring term. Final grades will be assigned by the course coordinators, with significant input from the project advisor.
ISSP 2020, permission of instructor.
This course is usually offered in the spring term.