Welcome to Computer Science Demonstrating duties Postgraduate Research Student Induction Talk Timetable Demonstrator talk LF15, Kilburn Building. Demonstrator duties ‘WWWWH[W]’ W ho, W here, W hy, W hen, H ow, [ W hich] . Synopsis,. Outline,. Demonstrations – location
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
Postgraduate Research Student Induction Talk Timetable
LF15, Kilburn Building
Demonstrator duties ‘WWWWH[W]’
Who, Where, Why, When, How, [Which].
Basics of what we will talk about.
All PhD and MPhil studentscan undertake demonstrating.
Overseas students in receipt of a fees waiver award
Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) students [http://cdt.cs.manchester.ac.uk/]
and examples class.
In order to be a Demonstrator You MUST attend a
“Graduate Teaching Assistant” training sessions
As part of your postgraduate
training you may undertake
Demonstrating in Labs and Practical Classes
The next available GTA session is on ? as the ? session is now full.
The full schedule below:
Demonstrating in Labs and Practical Classes [on] ?
Hence email: email@example.com
For more details contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Alex Hinchliffe | Researcher Development Assistant |
Tel: +44 (0)161 306 4188
Fax: +44 (0)161 306 4163
Demonstrator Hour: CS tries not to exceed 8 hours per week.
Formal Methods: Context-Free Grammars
Formal Methods: General concepts
Formal Methods: Z
Graphics: 3D Computer Graphics
Grid Software (e.g. UNICORE)
Logic: Description Logics
Logic: Logic in Databases
Logic: Modal Logic
Logic: Predicate logic
Logic: Tarski's world
Maths: UG Degree at least 50% Maths
OS: Operating system concepts
OS: Windows (applications)
Parallel Distributed/Stream/Sensor/P2P Databases Parallel overheads analysis Parsing and Compilation Presentation of experimental results
Programming: Assembly language
Programming: Imperative programming
Programming: Java Swing/GUI
Programming: Object oriented programming
Programming: Parallel Programming
User Requirements Elicitation
Web standards/protocols (WDSL/SOAP)
XML and related standards
AI: Machine Learning
AI: general concepts
Algorithms and data structures
Databases: EER modelling
Databases: General concepts
Databases: Oracle (SQL)
Databases: Query Optimization/Evaluation
Engineering: Electronics (Communications)
Engineering: Logic design
Formal Methods: Automated Reasoning
Formal Methods: B Tool
NOTE: Once you have filled in your ‘skill set’ an administrator allocates
the hours according to your skill set and what's required by the academics.
School funded demonstrators are required to be available during teaching (including Introduction Week).
Requests from school funded demonstrators to take holiday during teaching time will probably be rejected.
In the event of unforeseen absence (e.g. compassionate leave) please contact email@example.com immediately.
It is [Correctly] TOP OF THE LIST.
PLEASE note: the form is open and you can begin submitting immediately;
Local administrator contact details [If any queries or enigmas]
Name: Iain Hart