2.2.1 Oral Proposal
Description: The oral proposal addresses the same major points as your
written proposal. The proposal should demonstrate your understanding of
the issues and present the approach you are proposing to take to achieve
stated objectives. The proposal should include sufficient detail about
the critical elements of the project to afford your primary audience the
opportunity for offering constructive criticism.
Introduction: Slides Video
Statement of motivating problem; identify key technical
issues (need); statement of objective.
Body: Slides Video
End: Slides Video
- Overview of technical approach and appropriate theoretical background
with references to applicable theory, analytical models, hypotheses, or
previous pertinent work
- Experimental methods and test design
- Data acquisition: Description of data that will be taken
- Methods of data analysis: how data may answer to the motivating need
- Time schedule (Gantt chart): Task v. time (in weekly increments for
both semesters; also indicate important milestones)
- Required facilities and resources (including a proposed budget).