• Reminder: Invitation to Thesis showcase 2023

    Posted by Chun Tung Chou Wednesday 06 December 2023, 07:40:22 AM.

    Dear Thesis B Students,

    Each year we organise a Thesis Showcase where outstanding Thesis C students will show off their work to the School staff, their fellow students and a wider community. We are delighted to invite you to attend the Showcase for 2023 where 21 students will be presenting their work in an in-person interactive poster and demonstration session. Two students, who will have left Australia, will take part remotely.

    The Showcase will at 4-6pm on Thursday, 7 Dec 2023, in the Innovation Central Sydney located in the basement of Building K17.

    A up-to-date list of students who will be taking part is at:

    Please do come and support your fellow students!

    Chun Tung Chou
    CSE Thesis Coordinator

  • Reminder: Submission of your demo slides

    Posted by Chun Tung Chou Friday 24 November 2023, 11:38:30 AM.

    Please be reminded that you need to submit your Thesis B demo slides to the Thesis Management System ( by 10pm this Sunday (26 Nov). If you cannot find a suitable time to do the presentation in Week 11, you MUST still submit your slides by the due date. Otherwise, you will get the late penalty . The only exception is that if you have been granted an extension to submit your slides by the Thesis Coordinator or Thesis Admin.

  • Thesis B Demo Slides Submission

    Posted by Jing Hsu Thursday 16 November 2023, 10:41:11 AM.

    Dear Thesis B Students,

    In Week 11, you are required to give a demo of your thesis project. Please schedule a time in Week 11 for the demo with your supervisor and assessor. Although no other attendees are required, it is good to have relevant people who are interested in your project, to attend your demo so that you can get more feedback.

    You can do the demo online or face-to-face. We recommend Microsoft Teams which is included in UNSW office 365 and can be login by using your zpass.

    You can also discuss with your supervisor and assessor to choose another online meeting software, such as skype, google meeting, and zoom…

    Key facts about your demo:

    • Worth 5% of your final thesis result.
    • Please follow the Marking Rubric and Assessment Components to prepare your demo.
    • Organise the time/date yourself with supervisor and assessor
    • A 45-minute demo about the progress of your thesis (including talk/demo, Q&A, debrief with supervisor/assessor)

    Submit the demo slides in TMS by 10pm 26th Nov Sunday Week 11 (firm). If you cannot submit it by the deadline due to some valid reasons, contact me for an extension ( supervisor approval email must be provided ).

    If you cannot find a suitable time to do the demo in week 11, you can do it later, but you MUST submit your slides by the due date. Otherwise, you will get the late penalty.

    If you have further information to be included, please let me know. Thanks.


    Dr. Jing Hsu, CSE Thesis Administrator

  • Starting Thesis B

    Posted by Chun Tung Chou Thursday 07 September 2023, 08:02:31 PM, last modified Thursday 07 September 2023, 08:03:23 PM.

    I hope you had a good break and are ready to get Thesis B started. Please send an email to your supervisor to find a regular meeting time so that you can resume your Thesis work.

    There is only one deliverable for Thesis B: demo in week 11. Some useful resources at the Thesis B website are: marking criteria for Thesis B demo, sample Thesis B demo slides, etc.

    Also, a reminder for the "How to write a good thesis" seminar for 11am on Friday 8 Sept.

    All the best for your Thesis B!

  • Welcome to Thesis B / "How to write a good thesis?" talk

    Posted by Chun Tung Chou Monday 04 September 2023, 08:02:50 AM, last modified Monday 04 September 2023, 08:03:15 AM.

    Welcome to Thesis B!

    I hope you had a good break and are ready to start your Thesis B.

    I would like to remind you that the talk "How to write a good thesis?" will talk place this week (Week 0) at 11am on Friday 8 Sept. The talk will be given by Prof. Heiser who is an award winning professor from CSE and his work has been used in billions of devices worldwide.

    The talk will be in hybrid format but I will encourage you to attend in person. The physical location is Room 113 in Building K17. For online attendance, the Zoom login details are here on the WebCMS3 Thesis B site (zPass login required).

    I look forward to seeing you in the talk. The talk will be recorded and made available.

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