Final Year Project/Thesis
Each student is required to complete a final-year project. Each must synthesize the theory and experimental work they learned during the first two years in order to complete the project. The faculty supervisor will suggest supplementary reading and one-on-one, or small-group, tutoring as the need arises. With the help of the faculty supervisor, the student must plan, and acquire the necessary equipment, material and parts to complete his/her project. Under the supervision of the faculty supervisor, the student must design, execute, document, and then present the work. To be eligible for taking FYP, the student must have completed at least three out of four 2000 level courses and one 3000 level course, and demonstrate capability and basic background knowledge for the project.
(accessible to internal students and staff only)
The HKUST ECE MakerSpace is a student-run maker space where MakerClub students can collaboratively engage in any projects ranging from research and classes to hobbies and gifts. The resources (equipment and software) in the space enable MakerClub members to learn and excel in their projects. Community events like tutorials, seminars, and workshops organized by senior members foster the sharing of ideas and best practices while equipping junior members with hands-on problem-solving skills.
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