Students will learn how to search for open research problems derived from a literature review, including their classification, assessment of their importance, and existing methods for starting to tackle identified problems.
It is harder to ask a research question than to answer one. Often-times, a large part of the contribution of a research project is the question that it asks or the way in which it addresses a topic. This workshop will investigate what makes a good research project. Even more importantly, it will teach you concrete brainstorming techniques for coming up with a good research idea.
The grading will depend on the participation in the classroom and the assignments.
Documentation used can be downloaded from: https://www.dropbox.com/s/uoyz8m8rgo72eu4/Research%20problems.pdf?dl=0