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Attn.: 2nd year EFE students PDF Print E-mail

On  the 20th June  2012 at the European Faculty of Engineering the second  Seminar devoted to presentation of students projects  was held. The seminar was organized for students of 2nd year of all teaching profiles of EFE, who presented results obtained during the 4th semester specializing projects. The Seminar programme contained  10 presentations (see Seminar  programme).  Projects were presented by the following students:

 

  1. Mateusz Łaskawiec – student of  CMS teaching profile
  2. Vardan Karapetyan – student of  BT teaching profile
  3. Przemysław Ozner – student of  BT teaching profile,
  4. Samet Nak    - ERASMUS student,

Each presentation was followed by the evaluation of the project contents presented by project supervisor, then the questions time  followed, which enabled students to answer questions asked by members of Evaluation Jury. Evaluation Jury was as follows:

  1. Dr inż. E. Moryń – Kucharczyk, deputy Director of EFE and Seminar chair,
  2. Prof. S. Drobniak –  Director of EFE,
  3. Dr Maciej Marek  – CMS project supervisor
  4. Mgr Łukasz Kowalczyk – CMS project supervisor
  5. Mgr Paweł Niegodajew – CMS project supervisor

 

All multimedia presentations were delivered in English and the final grade reflected both the evaluation of project results, given by project supervisor  as well as the the grade for the presentation quality, evaluated by Jury. Members of  Evaluation Jury not only were asking questions concerning the contents of the project but also pointed out the deficiencies of presentations and indicated possible ways for future improvements. After the completion of Seminar the evaluation meeting took place and members of  Evaluation Jury agreed on the grades which are given in the separate link (evaluation). The Jury decided to grant a distinction to following students:

  1. Mateusz Łaskawiec – 1st prize for in – depth research and excellent presentation
  2. Vardan Karapetyan  – 2nd prize for excellent presentation and brisk  answers during the discussion

Photos taken during the seminar   may be found in the link (photo gallery).  Members of  Evaluation Jury formulated the following conclusions:

  1. EFE students presented a very good proficiency in English, which allowed them for fluent presentation and efficient discussion, the active participation and determination of students was also pointed out, that allowed to achieve interesting and valuable results, nicely presented during the

 

  1. The outcomes of the Seminar clearly revealed, that projects are an important part of profiling the students knowledge that in turn  enables students to become familiar with most important issues concerning their future specialization

 

  1. The experience gained so far indicates that  project  seminars motivate students to improve not only their knowledge but  also helps students to learn the more efficient means of presenting their knowledge,

 

 

More information about the seminar, summary of grades  as well as selected project  presentations may be found at the following links (seminar  programme, evaluation, presentations, photo gallery)

Dr E. Moryń – Kucharczyk

Prof. S. Drobniak

 



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