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Final Project for Spring 2009-2010

Student-Proposed Projects



Project Teams and Topics

#
Student Names
Project Title
Uses DROID
Proposal
Report
Poster
Code
1
Anthony Corbin
Jian Li
Christopher Juenemann
Robust Door Detection
No
PDF
PDF
PDF
ZIP
2
Max Guise
Smartphone-based Automatic License Plate Recognition
Yes
PDF
PDF
PDF
ZIP
3
Matthew Ho
Ivan Papusha
Real-time Hough Transform for Directional Orientation
Yes
PDF
PDF
PDF
ZIP
4
Huimin Huang
Tian Kai Woon
The "What Could Have Been" Photo
No
PDF
PDF
PDF
PDF
5
Matthew Lew
Scott Hsieh
Automated, Robust Recognition and Extraction of the Double-helix Point Spread Function in Fluorescence Microscope Images
No
PDF
PDF
PDF
NPA
6
John Sandusky
Chroma Upsampling from Motion
No
PDF
PDF
PDF
ZIP
7
Chi Zhang
Yuhong Wang
Sukesh Kaithakapuzha
Implementing a Visual Masking Model
No
PDF
PDF
PDF
ZIP
8
Johan Mathe
Timothy Wong
High Dynamic Range Imaging with the Android Platform
Yes
PDF
PDF
PDF
ZIP
9
Liang Liang
Zhongkai Liu
Guided Jigsaw Puzzle Solver on Smartphone
Yes
PDF
PDF
PDF
ZIP
10
Henry Wang
Andy Lin
Database-assisted Interactive Mobile Image Completion
Yes
PDF
PDF
PDF
ZIP
11
David Knight
James Painter
Matthew Potter
Plant Leaf Classication for a Mobile Field Guide
Yes
PDF
PDF
PDF
ZIP
12
Vijay Harid
Feature Tracking
No
PDF
PDF
PDF
ZIP
13
Sonia Bhaskar
Nicholas Lavassar
Scott Green
Business Card Recognition
Yes
PDF
PDF
PDF
ZIP
14
Tony Hwang
Roshni Cooper
Reviews using Optical Character Recognition on Restaurant Signs
No
PDF
PDF
PDF
ZIP
15
Tina Mantaring
Arthur Alaniz
Real-Time Camera Pose Estimation for Virtual Reality Navigation
Yes
PDF
PDF
PDF
ZIP
16
Bowen Meng
Zixuan Wang
Tao Chu
Image Panorama Using Video Capturing Mode of Android Camera Phone
Yes
PDF
PDF
PDF
ZIP
17
Huizhong Chen
Sherif Halawa
Derek Pang
Fast Video Stabilization for Hand-held Devices
Yes
PDF
PDF
PDF
ZIP
18
Nima Soltani
Mehmet Yilmaz
Using Augmented-Reality on Planar Surfaces for Previewing Decor Changes
Yes
PDF
PDF
PDF
ZIP
19
Guillaume Davo
Kishore Sriadibhatla
Xing Chao
Face Recognition for Mobile Phones
Yes
PDF
PDF
PDF
ZIP

NPA = not publicly available at the request of the project team




Project Poster Session Photos






Project Report Guidelines

Format
Project reports should be written using the IEEE two-column format and be 4-6 pages in length including references. Templates (both Word and LaTeX) of this format are available from the IEEE website. Students in each group should work together to write a single report. The following sections should appear in each report:
  • Abstract
  • Introduction
  • Prior and related work
  • Description of your algorithm or system
  • Experimental results
  • Conclusions
  • Bibliography
  • Appendix listing what each student did within the group
Students can also look at past years' reports on the class website to get an idea of what is expected. An archive of past projects can be found here.

Submission
Project reports and source code are both due at 11:59pm PST on Monday, June 7. Please email the report and code to ee368-spr0910-staff@lists.stanford.edu. The code should be packaged as a single zip file. We will post the code on this webpage so that everyone can learn from each others' projects. If you do not wish for your code to be posted, please explicitly tell us when you submit the code. If the file size exceeds 10MB, please put the file in an online folder (e.g., drop.io or your own Leland webspace) and send us the URL in the email, instead of attaching the large file to the email.





Project Poster Guidelines

Format
Posters will be 3 feet wide by 2 feet tall in size and should provide a high-level summary of the project. A Powerpoint template is available here and some examples are available here. Students in each group should work together to construct a single poster. The following elements should appear in each poster:
  • Title of project
  • Names of group members
  • Introduction or motivation to the problem being solved
  • High-level description or illustration of your methods
  • Experimental results
Each poster should not be just a set of Powerpoint slides grouped together, nor should it be just a set of figures and text copied directly from the report.

Submission
A PDF copy of your group's poster is due at 11:59pm PST on Monday, June 7. This applies to all groups, including groups who are printing the posters on their own. Please email the poster to ee368-spr0910-staff@lists.stanford.edu. If the file size exceeds 10MB, please put the file in an online folder (e.g., drop.io or your own Leland webspace) and send us the URL in the email, instead of attaching the large file to the email. If you send us your group's poster to be printed (details given in the next section), we will automatically count that version as your poster submission.

Printing
The teaching staff will be able to help you print your completed final project poster. If you would like to have your group's poster printed by us, please follow these instructions.
  • Make sure your poster is finalized before sending to us for printing. Check closely for spelling and formatting errors.
  • Please send the poster as an attachment or URL to ee368-spr0910-staff@lists.stanford.edu before 5:00pm PST on Sunday, June 6, to ensure that it can be printed on time before Monday's poster session.
  • Once we receive and can open your Powerpoint file, we will send you a confirmation email. If you do not get a confirmation email from us but are expecting us to print your poster, please contact us as soon as possible.
  • Once the poster is printed, we will send you an email regarding when and where you can pick up the printed poster.
Presentation
The poster presentation session will be held at the following time and location:
Poster Presentations
Monday, June 7, 5:00pm - 7:30pm PST
First Floor Atrium of David Packard Building

(Setup of poster boards will begin around 4:00pm in the Packard Atrium.)

During the poster session, each group will be given a 5-minute slot to present the poster (and accompanying demo, if any). This 5-minute slot includes Q&A with the teaching staff. Students should rehearse their presentation ahead of time to make sure it fits within the time allotted with some Q&A. Since we have 19 groups, 5x19 = 95 minutes should fit within the 150 minutes (2.5 hours) we have reserved overall.

For those requiring Wi-Fi access for a demo during the poster session, note that the network administrator has kindly agreed to provide two additional access points in the Packard Atrium on the day of the presentation. Please look for the "Stanford" or "EE WiFi" network in the list of available Wi-Fi access points. You are also encouraged to test Wi-Fi connectivity at the site of the presentation prior to the poster session.





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Last modified: 06/08/2010