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This course is fully booked for autumn 2022.

The course is for maximum 6 students. We prioritize those who do autumn project within related areas. Please contact the teacher before selecting this course.

The course will be in form of a colloquium. We will have a list of papers to read and present to each other. The deliverable from the course will be a 4-page essay, a peer review report for another student's essay, and a presentation.

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Essay presentations

Please note that we have a meeting next week to present the essays. The presentation will count for 20%. The deadline for the final version of the essay is 30. November.

You can find a template here.

I noticed that I had not uploaded the presentation to the site. Sorry for this. You can find the presentation in the files section under Public. Here is a link: TDT11-Oppstartsmote-2022.pdf

Format for the essay

For the final version of your essay we assume that you use IEEE format, and that the text is maximum four pages excluding references. You can find a World template in the Wikipedia link here.

The presentations will be on November 16, 14.15 at room 242 IT-V

Please note that I decided to move the deadline from October 4 to October 11 to give you some more time to work on the draft.

Tirsdag 7. september kl. 15.15.

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Meeting ID: 936 6380 0883
Passcode: 381628

Mandagens leveranse

For mandagen kan dere skrive en epost til meg om hvordan du ser for deg essay skal se ut, hva du har tenkt å bruk som underlag (litteratur, nyheter osv.), litt om tematikken og hvordan du vil vinkle dette inn som en public sector digitalization problematikk.

For tirsdagen vil du få anledning til å presentere dette, enten muntlig eller med PPT. Du velger!

Finner du under file list.

New Covid-9 regulations published today. This means we go for digital.

We start 14:15.


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Meeting ID: 919 4469 5601

Passcode: 244122

Course is full!

It seems like we already have six students assigned to the course. If you are interested please contact Babak directly and we can see if the course is relevant for you.

We will have a first information meeting the coming Wednesday. Location (physical or digital) will be announced when I know how many we are.

Course pages updated

I have added a description of learning goals and activities, deliverable, and a proposed reading list.

Planned deadlines/meetings:

  • October 24: Deadline for draft essay.
  • November 4: Deadline for peer review report.
  • November 23, 13.15-16.00, room 454 IT-vest: Student presentations and discussion.
  • November 30: Deadline for final essay, max 4 pages.

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