Material Science

Term Papers (Fall 2004)


Due Date

Select three (3) topics and list them in priority order. The topics can be selected from the list of topics given in our course outline. You may select topics outside the list, that may be related to your job (subject to instructor's approval). Submit the topics along with your name. (You may submit this information by email no later than the due date)

October 7, 2004

Students will be informed about the approved topic of their interest.

October 14, 2004

Term Papers are due

December 2, 2004

Oral Presentations

December 2, 2004


The following is the format that should be used for the term paper :

1. Cover page

Should include : The topic, name of the student, date the paper is submitted, name of the instructor.

2. Explain the following:

3. References (List the author, title, publisher of all the sources you used for the preparation of your term paper. If you used internet sites, you may include the URL of each site) 

Term papers must be typed. Handwritten papers will not be accepted.

Oral presentation should be minimum 10 minutes and maximum 15 minutes.

There is no limit for the written part of the term paper. The important criteria is how well your topic is explained both in the written part and the oral presentation.