2021/22 Timetable

First Term

September to January (morning)

Timetable of Master's degree subjects taught during the morning in the first term
12:00 13:00
Monday Computer Security
Tuesday  
Wednesday  
Thursday Intelligent Virtual Environments: Technologies, Architectures and Applications
Friday  

September to January (afternoon)

Timetable of Master's degree subjects taught during the afternoon in the first term
15:00 16:00 17:00 18:00 19:00 20:00
Monday Knowledge Discovery in Databases Scientific Method Scientific Research and Advanced Topics
Scientific Research and Advanced Topics
Tuesday Challenges of Accessible Computing for People with Functional Diversity 21st Century Challenges for Software Engineering Scientific Research and Advanced Topics
Scientific Research and Advanced Topics
Wednesday New Trends in Distributed Systems Geographic Information Systems on the Web Scientific Research and Advanced Topics
Thursday Services Oriented Computing Software Verification and Validation Critical Software
Scientific Research and Advanced Topics
Friday Management Strategies And Non-classical Software Development Methodologies Scientific Research and Advanced Topics

Second Term

February to April (morning)

Timetable of Master's degree subjects taught during the morning in the second term
12:00 13:00
Monday  
Tuesday Image Processing and Analysis
Wednesday Image Processing and Analysis
Thursday  
Friday  

February to April (afternoon)

Timetable of Master's degree subjects taught during the afternoon in the second term
15:00 16:00 17:00 18:00 19:00 20:00
Monday Concepts, Practice and Research Challenges in Data Mining Scientific Research and Advanced Topics
Tuesday Advanced Numerical Computation Experimentation in Software Engineering Scientific Research and Advanced Topics
Wednesday Concepts, Practice and Research Challenges in Data Mining Correctness by Construction Scientific Research and Advanced Topics
Thursday Experimentation in Software Engineering Advanced Numerical Computation Scientific Research and Advanced Topics
Friday Scientific Research and Advanced Topics

Lecture Theatre

Master's activities (classes, seminars and exams) will be held mainly in the classroom 6102 (building 6, first floor). Nevertheless, other classrooms can also be used (see the subject webpage).

Attendance shifts

Due to the pandemic, face-to-face shifts have been established for Master's students, so that one week the classes will be face-to-face and the other week will be taught on-line. Students can consult their shift which, for this Master, is shift 1.

The days of presence in the classroom for shift 1 and on-line for shift 2 are:

  • 20-24 September
  • 4-8 October
  • 18-22 October
  • 2-5 November
  • 15-19 November
  • 29-3 December
  • 13-17 December
  • 10-14 January

The rest of the weeks correspond to the presence of shift 2 and, therefore, those of shift 1 will be online.