Due to continuing COVID-19 restrictions in the Institute of Computer Science (and the University at large), all teaching, including lectures, labs, and exams, will be conducted online (via Zoom, BBB, and Panopto videos) until end of June 2021.
Course Responsible / Lecturer:
- Dietmar Pfahl (dietmar.pfahl at ut dot ee) - room: 3007 (Delta)
Lab Supervisors (TAs):
- Ezequiel Scott (ezequiel dot scott at ut dot ee)
- Alejandra Duque Torres
- Karoliine Holter
- Alex Viil
- Hina Anwar
Lectures (begin in week 24 of the academic year, on 11-Feb-2021):
- Thursday 10:15 - 12:00, Narva mnt 18 - r1037 (Delta building)
Labs (practice learning; begin in week 25, on 16/17-Feb-2021):
- Group 1: Tuesday 10.15 - 11.45, Delta r2034 - Ezequiel Scott
- Group 2: Tuesday 10.15 - 11.45, Delta r2045 - Alejandra Duque Torres
- Group 3: Tuesday 12.15 - 13.45, Delta r2034 - Karoliine Holter
- Group 4: Tuesday 12.15 - 13.45, Delta r2045 - Alex Viil
- Group 5: Wednesday 12.15 - 13.45, Delta r2034 - Ezequiel Scott
- Group 6: Wednesday 12.15 - 13.45, Delta r2045 - Hina Anwar
- Quizzes are open after each lecture from Friday (9:30 am) to Monday (17:30 am). Quizzes are managed in Moodle.
Exams (dates still subject to change):
- Exam 1: Thursday, 20-May-2021 at 10:15-11:55, online via Moodle - capacity limit: none
- Exam 2: Thursday, 27-May-2021, 10:15-11:55, online via Moodle - capacity limit: none
- Retake Exam (resit): Monday, 14-June-2021 at 16:15-17:55, online via Moodle - Please note that you must register for the retake exam at the latest 3 days before the exam date. You must also register for one of the regular exams (i.e., exam 1 or 2). -- The resit will not take place because no student registered for it.
Note: The exam duration is 100 min! In order to get started in time, please arrive a few minutes before the exam starts. More information about the exam can be found in the Assessment and Grades section.
Components of course grade:
- Active participation in labs and associated assignments/reports (homework) - work individually or in pairs (60% of course grade)
- Quizzes - individual (10% of course grade)
- Participation in final exam - individual (30% of course grade)
Admission requirements for exam:
- You must have at least 33% of the maximum possible marks of the homework assignments.
- You must be registered for the exam that you wish to take.
How plagiarism and cheating is handled:
Since 60% of the final grade depends on the homework assignments, it is important that you solve the homework problems independently. If we have a suspicion that complete solutions of homework assignments have been passed on to other students and then largely copied, then we inform you and allow you to clarify the issue in writing and in a follow-up face-to-face meeting. If you have passed on your work to course mates or you copied from your course mates' work, you will get a penalty. In addition, you will be reported to the Vice Dean Academic Affairs. This procedure applies also in the case of cheating during the final exam. The official university rules can be found here: (pdf-document)
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First lab sessions take place this week (via BBB - link is in Moodle). Please make sure to attend the lab sessions for which you signed up in SIS. You can only change your lab after receiving consent from the lab supervisors of the affected lab groups (i.e., the one you want to leave and the one you want to join).
First lecture takes place on Thursday, 13-Feb-2019, at 10:15 virtually (via BBB - link is in Moodle). First lab sessions take place in the following week (week 25 of academic year).