CS 299
Summer Training I

Description:

Conducted in a company setting with involvement in real projects for a minimum of four weeks (20 working days). Application of knowledge and skills learned at school to solve engineering problems related to computer systems in the real-world. Familiarization with professional and ethical responsibility while working in multidisciplinary teams. Understanding the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental and societal context. Learning to find relevant resources to access information. Observation of the use of contemporary tools, techniques, standards and methods. Preparing technical documentation. Credit units: None. ECTS Credit units: 6, Prerequisite: CS 202.  

CS 399
Summer Training II

Description:

Conducted in a company setting with involvement in real projects for a minimum of four weeks (20 working days). Application of knowledge and skills learned at school to solve engineering problems related to computer systems in the real-world. Familiarization with professional and ethical responsibility while working in multidisciplinary teams. Understanding the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental and societal context. Learning to find relevant resources to access information. Observation of the use of contemporary tools, techniques, standards and methods. Preparing technical documentation. Credit units: None. ECTS Credit units: 6, Prerequisite: CS 299.

Company:

The company where you will do your summer training must be engaged in applications of computer engineering, and the person who guides you must have a computer engineering background.

Report:

Due date: The end of the 4th week of the semester.

Students must register for the related summer training course (CS299 or CS399) in the immediately following semester after the summer training. For example, for a training done during summer 2018, the student must register for the course in Fall 2018 and submit the report in the same semester. The students who register the course but fail to submit their report by the end of the 4th week will get the grade of "U", which stands for "Unsatisfactory" for this course. In that case the summer training must be repreated. The only exception to this rule is the students who are on leave; e.g. for an exchange prognam, during the Fall semester. They must take the course in the first semeters after their leave and submit the report by the end of the 4th week.

The reports must be submitted to the department secretary.

To avoid failure, make sure your report

Frequently Asked Questions: Answers

Guidelines: in MS Word format, in PDF format

Report Template: in Word Open XML Document Template

Technical Writing Style: in MS Word format

Staj Veri Tabanı Öğrenci Girişi

Seminar slides

Status of the Evaluation of Reports for the Current Semester

Summer Training Coordinators: İbrahim Körpeoğlu, Selim Aksoy,