University of Puerto Rico
Rio Piedras Campus
College of Natural Sciences
Department of Computer Science
|Monday, Wednesday 10:00 AM - 12:00PM
|or by appointment
This course will give the students of the computer science program a research experience in a topic related to Computer Science. Each student will work independently on a research project under the supoervision of a researcher. There will be weekly meetings to discuss the progress made and approaches to advance the completion of the project. At the end of the semester each student will submit a technical report; in addition will give an oral presentation or will prepare a poster of the research done. The course can be taken more than once with a maximum of 6 credits.
Students work will be evaluated on a 100% basis with the standard curve.
- Participation in lab meetings, 25% final grade
- Technical report, 50% final grade
- Poster or presentation, 25% final grade
REGULATION ON DISCRIMINATION BY SEX AND GENDER IN THE FORM OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE
The University of Puerto Rico prohibits discrimination based on sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity in any of its forms, including that of sexual harassment. According to the Institutional Policy Against Sexual Harassment at the University of Puerto Rico, Certification Num. 130, 2014-2015 from the Board of Governors, any student subjected to acts constituting sexual harassment, must tum to the Office of the Student Ombudsperson, the Office of the Dean of Students, and/or the Coordinator of the Office of Compliance with Title IX for an orientation and/or a formal complaint.
The University of Puerto Rico complies with all state and federal laws and regulations related to discrimination, including “The American Disabilities Act” (ADA law) and Law #51 from the Puerto Rico Commonwealth (Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico). Every student has the right to request and receive reasonable accommodation and Vocational Rehabilitation Services (VRS). Those students with special needs that require some type of particular assistance or accommodation shall explicitly communicate it directly to the professor. Students who are receiving VRS services shall communicate it to the professor at the beginning of the semester so that appropriate planning and the necessary equipment may be requested according to the Disabilities Persons Affairs Office (Oficina de Servicios a Estudiantes con Impedimentos –OSEI) from the Students’ Deanship office. Any other student requiring assistance or special accommodation shall also communicate directly with the professor. Reasonable accommodations requests or services DO NOT exempt the student from complying and fulfilling academic and course related requirements and responsibilities.
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