Research proposal at the beginning of the seminar, practical, bachelor, master, or Ph.D. thesis projects
Structure & Content of Documents to Submit
Guidelines about what documents need to be submitted and in which structure
Guideline for documentation of architecture and source code
State of the Art Report Guideline
Guideline for structure and content of state of the art reports
Guideline for giving a presentation about your work
Guideline how to write reviews and rebuttals
What is important to us?
- provide evidence for statements (e.g., by references to literature)
- do proof-reading of documents before submitting them
- write all documents in ENGLISH - give presentations in ENGLISH
- use some kind of diff tool when submitting revised documents to make changes readily visible (e.g., latexdiff)
- show an autonomous and active work style
- provide good and consistent documentation
- provide a good project summary page (HTML)
- keep us updated continuously on the status of the project
- comply with the submission guidelines
- provide a readme file containing most important information about running the program and its parameters
Official guidelines page of the faculty of informatics
(guidelines and templates for diploma thesis, diploma poster, etc.)
Official forms of the Dekanat
(proposal/abstract for diploma thesis and Ph.D. theses, etc.)
Master thesis: Official templates of the faculty of informatics
(master thesis document, poster, etc.)
Bachelor thesis: LaTeX template for bachelor thesis
(based on official master thesis template and adjusted for bachelor theses)
Seminar works: LaTeX template for seminar works
(seminar works, proposals, papers, etc.)
Using SVN in Eclipse
In many projects, it is more practical to work under source control, especially if you are going to work together with other students. This also provides access to a managed version of any codebase we provided and enables us to review your code and help in solving problems remotely. Our repositories are maintained in a secure SVN server.
We use Eclipse for our projects, so here we provide some tips of how to get source control to work under Eclipse:
- Install the latest version of the Subclipse plugin for Eclipse. You can do that from within your Eclipse: goto Help -> Install New Software, click "Add..." and insert the URL of the update site for the Subclipse plugin (you can get the URL for the latest release from the Subclipse download page).
- Goto Window -> Preferences -> Team -> SVN, and set the SVN Client to SVNKit (Pure Java). Click OK.
- Goto Window -> Open Perspective [ -> Other] -> SVN Repository Exploring.
- From the toolbar of the "SVN Repositories" view, click Add SVN Repository.
- Paste the URL we provide you for your project (make sure you paste the whole URL including the "svn+ssh//" prefix).
Student How To (Christian Tominski)
general guidelines for projects and theses
How to Organize your Thesis (John W. Chinneck)
Tips for the structure and content of diploma/master theses
Infos on how to reference scientific literature correctly
Wissenschaftliches Schreiben (Interactive Media Systems Group, TU Wien)
Was ist ein Paper?, Aufbau eines Papers, Aufbau Ihrer Seminararbeit, Schreibstil, Abbildungen und Tabellen, Formatierung, Zitatieren und Literaturliste
Selected TIPS: How to Do Research (Silvia Miksch)
More interesting links about scientific working, writing, presenting, etc.
- ACM Digital Library (Articles accessible within the TU network or using VPN)
- IEEE Digital Library (Articles accessible within the TU network or using VPN)
- Elsevier Digital Library (Articles accessible within the TU network or using VPN)
- Online Katalog Universitätsbiblitohek der TU Wien
- Verbundkatalog Österreichischer Bibliotheken
- Google Scholar
- PubMed: Meta database for biomedical literature
- BibDesk for Mac OS
- Endnote from Thomson Reuters
- SLUB Dresden: Literaturverwaltungsprogramme im Überblick
- Uni Augsburg: Literaturverwaltungsprogramme im Vergleich
154 Presentation Tips and Techniques by David Wilks