Write a 1-2 page description of your project idea (not counting figures/tables).
Do not write the submission in this online form - instead, please upload a PDF file of your submission using the service at http://20.305.scripts.mit.edu/file_upload/. Then copy and paste the link into the text entry from here. This makes it much easier for your graders. Note that you must include a diagram of the proposed circuit in a graphical abstract for the project.
Clearly motivate your project: why would this analysis be useful?
Carefully define the scope of your project: if you say you will cure cancer we might just hold you to it. It should be feasible for you to complete this project by the end of the semester.
Describe how you will analyze the proposed circuit. Will you be using stochastic or continuous models? What framework will you use for simulations? Are you analyzing the stability of certain states and if yes, will you be doing so analytically or numerically? Are your models temporal, spatial or spatio-temporal?
IMPORTANT: Your project description is due with PS4.
NOTE: Your peers will be grading your submissions to determine grades. Grades will be based on the clarity of the writing and figure, the project motivation (with appropriate references to literature), originality of the project, how defined the scope of the project is, the feasibility of the proposed goals, and how useful/appropriate the proposed analysis is.