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Office of Graduate Studies Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering University of Toronto GUIDE SHEET FOR THE PREPARATION

OF MEng PROJECT

Please also refer to the Thesis Information and Microfilming at: http://www.sgs.utoronto.ca/current/thesis/index.asp. General A Thesis (Ph.D., M.A.Sc.) or Project Report (M.Eng.), summarizes a "best scientific effort of its author". Accordingly, special care is called for in its preparation and presentation. All theses and project reports prepared by graduate students in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (UTMIE) must be set in double-spaced typescript on one side of good quality, standard letter-size paper. Pages should be properly numbered, and provided with adequate margins (left-hand margin at least 1-1/4" and remaining three margins at least 3/4") to allow for microfilming and binding. The title page should conform in content and layout to the attached sample where proper distinction should be drawn between "Thesis" and "Project Report" Students ready to commence the write-up of their research are encouraged to inspect sample copies of theses or project reports which are on display at the UTMIE Graduate Studies Office. Binding Requirements The binding of theses and project reports should be good quality buckram hard-cover, with gold lettering. The particular UTMIE-format of the imprints of front cover and spine (known at U of T Press as Jones-style) is portrayed by the attached sample. Students should complete the corresponding form-sheet in all necessary detail to facilitate the binding and imprinting process. In this, special attention should be paid to the UTMIE colour-scheme, viz. blue for Ph.D. Theses, red for M.A.Sc. Theses, and orange for M.Eng. Project Reports. For all theses and projects, it is important to remember that all official copies (see page two) must contain the properly completed "Authority to Distribute Form" which is available from the UTMIE Graduate Studies Office. Thesis requirements Upon completion of the examination process, a specified number of copies of theses and project reports are to be delivered to the UTMIE Graduate Studies Office. The requirements are the following:

Ph.D. Theses 1 unbound copy (with National Library of Canada Licence, UMI Subject Categories and Authority to Distribute' forms) delivered to the Ph.D. Examinations Office at SGS A binding fee to the Cashier, Room 103, School of Graduate Studies, 63 St. George Street . 1 bound copy (with 'Authority to Distribute' form) to the MIE Graduate Office 1 electronic version of the thesis on archival media in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) or Hypertext (HTML) to the MIE Graduate Office. If desired, the Candidate may include other electronic formats, e.g., Word (DOC). o 2006 media: CD/DVD 1 bound copy to the supervisor M.A.Sc. Theses 1 unbound copy (with 'Authority to Distribute' form and 'National Library of Canada') delivered to the Registrar's Office at SGS A microfilming fee to the Cashier, Room 103, School of Graduate Studies, 63 St. George Street. 1 bound copy (with 'Authority to Distribute' form) to the MIE Graduate Office 1 electronic version of the thesis on archival media in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) or Hypertext (HTML) to the MIE Graduate Office. If desired, the student may include other electronic formats, e.g., Word (DOC). o 2006 media: CD/DVD 1 bound copy to the supervisor M.Eng. Project Report 1 bound copy (with 'Authority to Distribute' form) to the MIE Graduate Office 1 electronic version of the report on archival media in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) or Hypertext (HTML) to the MIE Graduate Office. If desired, the student may include other electronic formats, e.g., Word (DOC). o 2006 media: CD/DVD 1 bound copy to the supervisor Students should also visit the School of Graduate Studies website, http://www.sgs.utoronto.ca/current/thesis/index.asp, for further information regarding Thesis Information and Microfilming. UTMIE Clearance Form All graduate students upon completion of their program must obtain a UTMIE `Clearance Form' to certify that there are no outstanding items for which they are responsible. These forms must be signed by all parties concerned before the student's degree recommendation will be sent to the School of Graduate Studies. Deadlines It is the student's responsibility to be informed about all regulations pertaining to his or her academic venture. Accordingly, he or she should consult the SGS calendar and the UTMIE Graduate Studies Office to ascertain applicable deadlines.

effective September 1, 2006

FORMSHEET FOR COVER AND SPINE IMPRINTS


Spacing is approximate. Text on Spine should be centered

LAST NAME

TITLE

NAME

TITLE

Ph.D. THESIS M.A.Sc. THESIS M.Eng. PROJECT REPORT

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL AND INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

Ph.D. YEAR M.A.Sc. YEAR M.Eng. YEAR

YEAR

THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO LIBRARY MANUSCRIPT THESIS MASTERS AUTHORITY TO DISTRIBUTE


NOTE: The AUTHOR will sign in one of the two places indicated. It is the intention of the University that there be NO RESTRICTION on the distribution of the publication of theses save in exceptional cases.

a)

Immediate publication in microform by the National Library is authorized.

Author's signature - OR b) Publication by the National Library is to be postponed until: (normal maximum delay is two years)

Date

Date

Author's signature

Date

This restriction is authorized for reasons which seem to me, as Chair of the Graduate Department of , to be sufficient.

Signature of Graduate Department Chair Date BORROWERS undertake to give proper credit for any use made of the thesis, and to obtain the consent of the author if it is proposed to make extensive quotations, or to reproduce the thesis in whole or in part. Signature of Borrower Address Date

C-1 (1993)

SAMPLE OF TITLE PAGE


(NOTE: Spacing is approximate on 8 1/2" x 11" page) (2" FROM TOP OF PAGE) THIS AREA IS RECOMMENDED FOR THE THESIS TITLE ONLY (1 1/2" ) by (1 1/2") Jane Ann Doe (2") A thesis submitted in conformity with the requirements for the degree of (state degree) Graduate Department of (state department) University of Toronto (1 1/4") Copyright by Jane Ann Doe (state year of graduation) (1 1/4" FROM BOTTOM OF PAGE)

Title Name

CD Label Template http://www.mie.utoronto.ca/grad/Fil es/CDLabelTemplateMIE2006.doc

Degree Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering University of Toronto Year