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Presentation Suggestions

  • Overview of Engineering Biology, followed by short focus on our projects based on zooming in on different parts of one central image of a cell operating a system.--BC 10:15, 9 Dec 2005 (EST)
  • I really like the outline below and the overall approach. Didn't think it would be a great idea to have 5 different people talk though, don't know if that is what's suggested below or what. --JK
  • Covering all this in 10 15 min will require a tight 2 minute spiel on each project. Whether we have one or two people deliver these or all five of us doesn't matter much to me, but I think it would be easier to have all five of us talk. You're worried about going over time or choppy transitions or what? ~ cmc 14:09, 13 December 2005 (EST)

Presentation Outline

Hi gang,

Here's a rough sketch. I think we should try to keep it simple. There's going to be A LOT of information floating around at the meeting, so we just want to give people a flavor.

The flow here goes like this:

  1. "what is a part/what are we trying to do (overview)"
  2. "how do we compose and characterize parts" (Caitlin)
  3. "how do we build and characterize devices out of parts" (Jason)
  4. "case in point: zooming in on new types of transcriptional logic" (Reshma)
  5. "case in point: zooming in on a new type of logic: PTL" (Samantha)
  6. "engineering an organizm to house all this goodness" (Barry)

Slide 1: Overview of some sort

Slide 2: Explaination of what is a part/device, why POPs, etc. (Classic Drew slide)

Slide 3: Part Characterization and composability (Caitlin)

Slide 4: Device design and characterization (Jason)

Slide 5: Transcriptional Logic (Resh-mama)

Slide 6: New types of logic: PTL logic (Samantha)

Slide 7: A house where we all can live (Barry)