Master in Software and Systems

2016/17 Examination Timetable

First Term

2016/17 Master's degree first-term examination timetable
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This table lists the subject, date and time of each first-term examination for the 2016/17 academic year

Subject Date Time
Independent Study with Adviser 16-January 9.00-12.00
Directed Study with Adviser 16-January 12.00-15.00
Knowledge Discovery in Databases 16-January 15.00-17.00
Scientific Method 16-January 17.00-19.00
Reading Group on Basic Analysis of Non-Functional Global Properties 17-January 11.00-13.00
Weekly Presentation Series: Fall Term 17-January 13.00-15.00
Challenges of Accessible Computing for People with Functional Diversity 17-January 15.00-17.00
Programming Paradigms 17-January 17.00-19.00
Intelligent Virtual Environments: Technologies, Architectures and Applications 17-January 19.00-21.00
Computer Security 18-January 11.00-13.00
Image Processing and Analysis 18-January 15.00-17.00
Service-Oriented Computing 18-January 17.00-19.00
Rigorous Software Development 18-January 19.00-21.00
Foundations for Programming Languages 19-January 11.00-13.00
New Trends in Distributed Systems 19-January 15.00-17.00
Software Verification and Validation 19-January 17.00-19.00
Software Construction: Analysis of Requirements 20-January 9.00-12.00
Software Construction: Architecture and Interface Design Issues 20-January 12.00-15.00
Non-classical project management strategies and development methodologies 20-January 15.00-17.00

Second Term

2016/17 Master's degree second-term examination timetable
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This table lists the subject, date and time of each second-term examination for the 2016/17 academic year

Subject Date Time
Reading Group on Advanced Analysis of Non-Functional Global Properties 18-April 9.00-11.00
Advanced Topics on Computer Security 18-April 11.00-13.00
Advanced Numerical Computation 18-April 15.00-17.00
Software Engineering Experimentation 18-April 17.00-19.00
Formal Methods for Concurrent and Reactive Systems 19-April 11.00-13.00
Data Mining Concepts, Practice and Research Challenges 19-April 15.00-17.00
21st Century Challenges for Software Engineering 19-April 17.00-19.00
Abstract Interpretation 20-April 11.00-13.00
Analysis of Concurrent Systems 21-April 11.00-13.00
Software Construction: Implementation Issues 12-June 11.00-13.00
Weekly Presentation Series: Spring Term 12-June 13.00-15.00

Deferred/referred examinations

Master's degree deferred/referred examination timetable
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This table lists the subject, date and time of each deferred/referred examination for the academic year

Subject Date Time
Computer Security 3-July 9.00-11.00
Advanced Topics on Computer Security 3-July 11.00-13.00
Non-classical project management strategies and development methodologies 3-July 15.00-18.00
Software Engineering Experimentation 3-July 18.00-21.00
Independent Study with Adviser 4-July 9.00-11.00
Directed Study with Adviser 4-July 11.00-13.00
Advanced Numerical Computation 4-July 15.00-18.00
Data Mining Concepts, Practice and Research Challenges 4-July 18.00-21.00
Foundations for Programming Languages 5-July 11.00-13.00
Analysis of Concurrent Systems 5-July 13.00-15.00
New Trends in Distributed Systems 5-July 15.00-18.00
Programming Paradigms 5-July 18.00-21.00
Software Construction: Implementation Issues 6-July 9.00-11.00
Weekly Presentation Series: Spring Term 6-July 11.00-13.00
Image Processing and Analysis 6-July 15.00-18.00
21st Century Challenges for Software Engineering 6-July 18.00-21.00
Formal Methods for Concurrent and Reactive Systems 7-July 9.00-11.00
Weekly Presentation Series: Fall Term 7-July 11.00-13.00
Challenges of Accessible Computing for People with Functional Diversity 7-July 15.00-18.00
Rigorous Software Development 7-July 18.00-21.00
Software Construction: Analysis of Requirements 10-July 9.00-11.00
Abstract Interpretation 10-July 11.00-13.00
Service-Oriented Computing 10-July 15.00-18.00
Software Verification and Validation 10-July 18.00-21.00
Software Construction: Architecture and Interface Design Issues 11-July 9.00-11.00
Reading Group on Basic Analysis of non-Functional Global Properties 11-July 11.00-13.00
Scientific Method 11-July 15.00-18.00
Knowledge Discovery in Databases 11-July 18.00-21.00
Reading Group on Advanced Analysis of Non-Functional Global Properties 12-July 11.00-13.00
Intelligent Virtual Environments: Technologies, Architectures and Applications 12-July 15.00-18.00