EE515/IS523: Security 101: Think Like an Adversary
Note that this criteria is applied to both paper/project presentation
- First score evaluation guideline (25 %): Mechanics of Communication
- Did the speaker(s) make effective use of visual aids?
- Was the talk audible from every seat in the room?
- Did the speaker avoid distractive movement and gesture?
- Second score evaluation guideline (25 %): Presentation
- Was the talk well presented? (e.g., no major typos, no slides out of order, good time management?)
- Did the speaker strive to keep the audience's attention? (e.g., eye contact, varying voice and facial expression, movement, humor, mystery, surprise.)
- Was the speaker attentive to the needs of the audience? (e.g., "You might think X, but", "the point of this was", this sounds similar to X, but", "you might misread this chart because", "can you see from the back?")
- Third score evaluation guideline (50 %): Content
- Did the intro make it clear what the talk would be about?
- Did the speaker strive to make subtle ideas simpler?
- Did the speaker minimize the amount of information used to illustrate concepts?
- Did the conclusion summarize the important ideas and results?
- Did the talk effectively summarize research in the area to other members of the class?
- Was there a clear distinction between prior results and any results from this project?
- Q: Can I use Korean in the presentation slides?
- A: No, the content should be written in English.
- Q: Should I give a talk in English?
- Q: How much time do I have for the presentation?
- Q: Any restrictions on the file format?
- A: No, PowerPoint, Keynote, Latex are fine.
- Q: Can I use the slides from authors or google?
- A: Yes. However, you should understand all contents.
- Q: It will be my first conference-like talk, any other advice?
- Q: Do I have to meet professor before having the talk?
- A: Sure. Please send the slides to professor at least 10 days before the presentation. Professor will give some advice and idea for the better talk.