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With highly qualified, skilled and cooperative staff and faculty, people at CS Dept are what make Umm Al-Qura University an internationally-renowned university.
 
The CS Dept. offers 28 exciting Courses that serve society and industry in this era of rapidly changing computer technologies.
 
The range of research activities at CS Dept. is broad and deep. It provides 5 innovative Research Labs.

Student Projects- CS Dept

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Please, visit faculty grad projects at   http://www.uqu.edu.sa/cis/cis2/cs/courses/cs439

Allocated projects   http://www.uqu.edu.sa/cis/gradproject/

 

Research Projects for 1432-1433 (2011-2012) Students

 

Students that will be taking the Research Project/Graduation Project courses next year need to a large project under the supervision of a project supervisor. To help students select a suitable project and supervisor, the faculty members have proposed project ideas, which are shown below (listed in alphabetical order, sorted by faculty surname). In addition to these projects, students can also propose their own projects and try to find a suitable supervisor. Please read the instructions below carefully. We would like to have all students decide their projects and supervisors before the end of this semester.

 

Instructions:

 

General instructions:

  1. 1.Please read through all the available projects below, and make a list that you are interested in. This webpage may be updated with more projects later, so remember to check regularly.
  2. 2.Form a team for each project you like. Teams must be of 4 students or 5 students ONLY.
  3. 3.Email the project supervisor to arrange a suitable time to discuss the project idea in more detail. This is also a chance for the supervisor to get to know you and your team.
  4. 4.You are encouraged to discuss many projects so that you have several options to choose from.
  5. 5.Both the project supervisor and the student team must agree to work together on a project.
  6. 6.If both have agreed, ask the supervisor to email the department stating that he accepts to supervise your team. The names and email addresses of all team members, and the project name, should be included in the email.
  7. 7.After the supervisor sends this email, all team members are locked to the project. Team members are not allowed to leave the team, and you are not allowed to change your project or supervisor. Changes will only be permitted in serious and exceptional cases.

 

Proposing your own projects:

  1. 1.Students are welcome to propose their own projects.
  2. 2.You should find a suitable supervisor for your project. Discuss your idea with faculty members, and see if they are interested in supervising your project. To help you find potential supervisors, use the list of projects below to see the areas of interest of faculty members.
  3. 3.Both the project supervisor and the student team must agree to work together on a project.
  4. 4.If both have agreed, ask the supervisor to email the department stating that he accepts to supervise your team. The names and email addresses of all team members, and the project name, should be included in the email.
  5. 5.After the supervisor sends this email, all team members are locked to the project. Team members are not allowed to leave the team, and you are not allowed to change your project or supervisor. Changes will only be permitted in serious and exceptional cases.