Project Conference (I)
The project conference is a chance for you to present your project to the course, to share your progress, and to collect feedback.
Ideally, you would structure your presentation to hit the following major points:
- What's your project's pitch? (Remember that your classmates have not seen the project proposal.)
I find it helpful to structure a one minute pitch by answering the following three questions in 3-4 sentences:
- What problem are you addressing?
- Why is it important?
- What is your solution, and what's the key idea to make it work?
- How are you realizing your solution? What's your approach, architecture, or preliminary design?
- How far along are you with the implementation? What problems or hurdles, if any, did you encounter?
- Are there any chances (expected or unexpected) that you made to your plan or design?
Each project team will have 6 minutes to present. You may use slides, draw on a virtual whiteboard, or just talk.
Order of presentations
- Actionable GDPR Information on Internet Trackers (Sam Boger)
- Dataflow Assertions in gRPC (Jonathan, Yingjie, Akshat)
- Impact of GDPR Compliance on Machine Learning Models (Sam Thomas, Nam)
- Visualizing Web Trackers (Hyun, Rebecca)
- GDPR Compliance by Construction (Kinan)
- DELF-style DDL and API (Mary)
- Cross-website Tracker Visualization Extension (Ragna, Aryan, William)
- Multiverse PostgreSQL (Casey)
- Framework for Data Tracking across Controllers and Processors (Zhiyuan, Yanzhi, Atlas)