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Technical Paper Presentations Outline of steps and requirements
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Requirements Input required from team 1. List of sources, with suggested chosen source – DUE Thurs 9/11 (email to [email protected] ) 2. Presentation of one paper 3. Feedback on one other team Attendance requirement Your input is desired for the workshop, presentations All team members must be present for all three dates (9/16, 9/18, 9/23) Please inform Francis of extenuating circumstances
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Contents of Presentation Introduction: explain context of paper Fill in gaps for implied information Explain key results from paper Present equations, as needed Present results in figures/tables
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Unformatted text preview: • Critique of contents of papers – Technical shortcomings: lack of clarity, errors, etc – Critical thinking: • Critique authors’ interpretation of context for research • Evidence of simplification or bias • Q&A session at end Dates and Locations • Tues 9/16: workshop day – venues: – Hollister 401: Bike lift – Hollister 423 (my office): Biomass – Hollister 201: New Orleans and solar ovens • Thurs 9/18: Bike lift and Solar present • Tues 9/23: New Orleans and Biomass present • Thurs 9/25: exchange feedback – New Orleans and Solar – Biomass and Bike lift...
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