BREAKTHROUGH IDEAS FOR DIGITAL MARKETS
2012/2013, Semester 2
School of Computing (Computer Science)
Modular Credits: 4
Course Preview, Enrollment and Preallocation
ENROLLMENT AND PREALLOCATION FOR CS3882, DEVELOPING BREAKTHROUGH IDEAS FOR DIGITAL MARKETS
Professor Juzar Motiwalla will select students for his module, CS3882, on Developing Breakthrough Ideas for Digital Markets. The class is open to undergraduate students from their 2
Year onwards. The number of students to be enrolled for CS3882 is limited.
More details can be found at
The lecturers are Professors Juzar Motiwalla, Pete Kellock and Wong Weng-Fai.
CS3882 is offered in Semester 2 (2012/13), on Wednesdays 9 – 11am. We will also meet several times on another session, both as groups and individually, likely on Friday mornings, which we will work out with the class.
If you wish to sign up for CS3882,
please e-mail directly to Professor Motiwalla (
) by 26
December 2012, 12.00 noon
with responses to the points below in the format shown. It is important that you be diligent in responding, as this course is selective – we want the class to be filled with ambitious and driven individuals. Students with questions about the course may contact Prof Juzar Motiwalla.
The students to be preallocated for the module will be selected by 2
FORMAT FOR REQUEST FOR ENROLLMENT FOR CS3882
Degree enrolled in:
Home Faculty (e.g SoC):
Department (e.g. Computer Science):
Year of Study (e.g. 2
1) Please explain why you wish to take this module.
2) Please list any special achievements (academic and non-academic), interesting activities, internships and attachments, or entrepreneurial experience. Please also let us know if you are a member of any special academic programs, such as the von Neumann Program (vNP) or others in your department.
3) Have you taken CP2201, Journey of the Innovator?
4) Do you intend to enroll for the Innovation Path?
If you wish to enroll in the Innovation Path alongside this application for CS3882, please circle Yes/No.
5) Please describe prior relevant background if you are not SoC students.
This module provides students the opportunity to explore and conceptualize new digital products or services that will impact people and enterprises. Students will cultivate the importance of thinking “design” for the purpose of developing valuable, captivating and usable digital products or services. The module will provide students with insights into the innovation process and case studies of successful innovation. Exposure to ideas from leading companies and serial entreprenurs will motivate ideation. Students will be required to benchmark their ideas for competitive positioning.
Read and passed 80 MCs of modules. Students from Engineering, Science, and FASS with sufficient computing background and have read and passed 80 MCs of module may also apply to read. Student selection process will be enforced.
Workload Components : A-B-C-D-E
A: no. of lecture hours per week
B: no. of tutorial hours per week
C: no. of lab hours per week
D: no. of hours for projects, assignments, fieldwork etc per week
E: no. of hours for preparatory work by a student per week