1. Required documentation

  • Final report (WORD and pdf version)
  • Webpage (see instructions below)
  • Source code (zip file)
  • Presentation (ppt and pdf version)
  • Any other docs related to the project (database, references, sample images etc)

2. Presentation

Each project has to be presented in an about 20 min Powerpoint presentation. Seminars will be held at the end of each semester, in seminars common with other students. In special cases a presentation may be held at a separate date.

3. Demo

A demonstration of the project shall be prepared (depending on the kind of the project). Links to example demos


  • Get supervisor's confirmation on the report.
  • Schedule final presentation with lab staff.
  • Make sure software code is well documented.
  • Store all documentation in 'hagasha' directory in your account.
  • All the project documentation shall be organized in the students' PC account.
    Example, let's say the students account is 2007w55, then:
    /hagasha   index.html (Project Web page) and images that are included in the homepage
        2007w55-report.doc and 2007w55-report.pdf
    /hagasha /matlab
    /hagasha /demo Demo files, if exist
    /hagasha /images Image files, if exist
    /hagasha /movies Movie files, if exist
    /hagasha /data Other data files, if exist

Instructions for writing report

The report shall be delivered as a WORD doc file and an Adobe pdf file. (Hardcopy is not required! ). The report shall be written in Hebrew or English.
Please use the following templates as front pages for the report: [Front pages]


[How to write a report - internal instructions - ppt document]
[How to write scientific works - Link 1]
[How to write scientific works - Link 2 - pdf document]
[How to write scientific works - Link 3 - pdf document]

Instructions for writing homepage

The homepage has to be in English. It's minimal contents shall be a short abstract of the project.
Please use the lab's following template for building the webpage: [Template]

Examples of already published homepages: projects archive

Good examples of homepages:

Some technical rules:

The web page must contain links to all project documents (report, presentation, software, database, demo, etc).

Do not use or editors which add new html tags automatically (eg. Word or Frontpage) - those build webpages that are not compatible with all types of browsers and with our website.

For those who are not familiar with editing html files, here is a simple way to build your homepage:
Download the template and unzip it into your working directoy. The template contains a styles file "main_style.css", the html file and some images.
Open the html file in a simple text editor like Notebook or Wordpad.
Edit the html file by overwriting the existing text and by deleting or duplicating whole sections.(This way you copy the style definitions for each section without need to understand what they do.)
From time to time open the html file in a browser (click refresh) to make sure that it looks correct.
Click here for detailed instructions on the html code to be used.

(Last update: 28/12/2006)