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Project presentations Master Program in Computer Science and Engineering 2020

14 Dec. 2020, 14:45 - 17:15
Luleå , Online via Zoom
Published: 5 October 2020

The final-year students in the Master Program in Computer Science and Engineering with the specializations Information and Communication Technology and Interactive Systems present the results from their larger project courses D7017E and D7057E.

4 project groups present their work with software development where the goal is for students to practice working on larger projects. This takes place in courses D7017E and D7057E for the specializations Information and Communication Systems and Interactive Systems, respectively.

The presentations are held online via Zoom

Monday 201214 1445 - ca 1715. 

Welcome to listen to the students where each project will be presented for 30 min. The audience also gets a chance to ask questions to the project groups. Here are the students' own descriptions of their projects.

Mathematics with new technology - client: LTU

Our project is about implementing an interactive application for students that teachers can use alongside their mathematical oriented courses to assist the learning process and make it more interesting. To make the application more interesting for students, typical incentives commonly found in online games will be used such as achievements for completing goals, experience bar to monitor progress and statistics about what the user has done so far. Teachers will be able to design assignments using the built in tool which will contain 2D and 3D visualizations of functions, integrals, vector spaces and more. The assignments are then intended to be placed on different levels in different categories for students to solve to learn and unlock more levels.

Supervision - client: Future Ordering 

This project aims to make the process of outputting food less prone to errors, more effective and cheaper. To achieve these goals an automatic order completion system will be implemented using an AI monitoring the order as it is being completed as an aid to the staff. Having an electronic system instead of a system based on receipts would drastically decrease the cost, having an agent monitoring the order completion will help to prevent the staff from making mistakes such as forgetting to add products that were ordered or adding products that were not ordered and the system would also hopefully relieve some stress that the staff needs to face when a lot of orders are coming in.

RPA-Tomorrow - client: Substorm

In the daily life of an office worker it is common to perform repetitive tasks in computer systems, e.g. scheduling meetings, sharing files and sending emails. These are all monotone tasks prone to human errors and consume a lot of valuable time. Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is a growing field that is set out to solve these problems by creating smart software robots. In this project the goal is to create a proof of concept robot using Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language Processing. The user should be able to tell the robot what needs to be done and the task will be performed without the need of further monitoring. 

Where is Peter? - client: Tromb

This project is about creating a mobile application that aims to assist a traveling guide to organize trips. Planning a trip requires keeping track of a multitude of things such as making sure the group is on time to events, but primarily ensure that everyone is satisfied with the trip as a whole. Our belief is that everything about this will be easier if there is an app with all of this information gathered in one place. With functions such as chats between travelers, events based on interests and an agenda for the trip, travelers will be able to focus more on enjoying themselves rather than coordinating activities.


Contact Peter Parnes

Peter Parnes

Peter Parnes, Professor

Phone: +46 (0)920 491033
Organisation: Pervasive and Mobile Computing, Computer Science, Department of Computer Science, Electrical and Space Engineering