Give a brief description of the industry partner is also appropriate in this section.
Need to write a detailed project plan report. Instruction on how to write the plan report is attached with the name WIL template. The project is about modelling Nitrogen processes in wetlands to support catchment modelling for the great barrier reef. the code attached is a one layer model of nitrogen transformation. The project is to modify this code to develop a two layer model of nitrogen transformation. attached is the python code. Please note that only a plan is required at this point. not the final report.
This section must provide a discussion of the background of the project / placement being undertaken as part of Work Integrated Learning. It should also clearly outline your role in the project / placement being undertaken. This may include a brief outline of the social, economic, environmental or organisational justification for the development of the project /placement. You should provide a brief background about what is already known about the topic, including some review of relevant literature here. A brief description of the industry partner is also appropriate in this section.
It is expected that the WIL Plan will require no more than eight (6) ± 10% A4 pages of text, not including the title page, table of contents and references. The electronic copy of the full submitted document must not exceed 5.0 MB. Files which exceed the size limit will not be marked until they are reduced in size to 5.0 MB. Delays resulting from reduction in the size of the final report will incur standard penalties resulting from late submission of assessment items.
Projects / placements which involve the use of University-provided software must state on the front of all deliverables, including the WIL Plan, the following statement.
“This project was created using software provided by Griffith University. Use of, or commercialisation of the product created pursuant to the project is not permitted under the terms of the license agreement governing Griffith’s use of the aforementioned software. The project and the product created there under is provided only on the basis that any use of or commercialisation of the product is replicated through appropriate commercial software.”
Purpose of the Project / Placement:
This section of the report should clearly identify the focus and purpose of the WIL project / placement. It should also clearly identify the scope, aims and objectives of the project / placement.
Expected Project / Placement Tasks:
This section must provide a description of the expected outcomes and deliverables (i.e. outputs) that will be produced from the project / placement. It is important to discuss here how these outcomes or deliverables are related to the objectives of the project and how this relates to the specialist body of knowledge appropriate to the project (i.e. learning outcomes). Deliverables for the WIL project / placement relates to measurable outcomes or products that will be delivered. You are encouraged to keep your academic supervisor informed of your progress through regular milestone reports. However, these milestone reports should only be considered as deliverables from the project / placement where they will be directly submitted as an outcome or product from the project / placement.
Project / Placement Tasks and Schedule:
Briefly describe the approach and tasks you will undertake. This methodology should focus on the project / placement, research or other tasks and strategies you will adopt to achieve these outcomes. Some review of literature would be expected to support the adoption of your methodology here.
You should also provide a work breakdown, or task list for the project being undertaken, including the deliverables from each task. A suitably labelled Gantt chart must be included in this section of the report which identifies the critical path for the project, while demonstrating the concurrent processes involved in the project. This must be in a readable form, either contained on one A4 sheet, or on sheets suitably attached so they can fold out and the chart can be clearly read on one page. A software program such as Microsoft Project can be used to produce the Gantt chart. Google “Gantt chart” for advice on the various ways these can be developed. It is also appropriate to use Excel to create your Gantt chart.