The 3rd midterm will be on Friday, January 27th, it will be in classroom Ω/Γ at 13:30. Remember to enroll via SIFA).
Both the last two lectures will be hands-on sessions, Monday January 16th will be in classroom Ω from 1pm as usual. Tuesday, January 17th will be in classroom Γ from 11:30 to 13:00.
Due to the high number of enrollments to the 2nd midterm, this is moved at 10:00 in room δ and λ, still on Monday December 19th.
The 2nd midterm will be on Monday, December 19th, it will be in classroom Ω (remember to enroll via SIFA).
Monday 5th and Tuesday 6th of December there will be no class.
Monday November 28th, we will have the fourth hands-on session, it will be in classroom Ω.
Monday November 21st, we will have the third hands-on session, it will be in classroom Ω.
Due to the high number of enrollments to the 1st midterm, this is moved at 10:30 in room δ and λ, still on Monday November 14th.
The 1st midterm will be on Monday November 14th, it will be in classroom Ω at 12:30 (note that you have to enroll through SIFA).
Monday October 24th, we will have the second hands-on session, it will be in classroom Ω (note the change in the room).
Monday October 10th, we will have the first hands-on session, it will be in classroom δ.
Lectures will start on Monday, October 3rd at 1pm in room 304. On Mondays the lecture will always start at 1pm; on Tuesdays the lecture will always start at 2pm.
|Date and Time
|November 14, 2022 h10:30-12:30
|December 19, 2022 h10:00
|January 27, 2023 h13:30
Remember to enroll to the midterm through SIFA/UNIMIA.
|Date and Time
|February 1, 2023 h9:30-13:30
|February 15, 2023 h9:30-13:30
|June 20, 2023 h9:30-13:30
|July 18, 2023 h9:30-13:30
|September 5, 2022 h9:30-13:30
Remember to enroll to the exam through SIFA/UNIMIA.
Note. the exam sessions will be defined time after time in agreement with the professor and not more than 5 a year.
Since January the office hours will be on appointment and on discord.
Exercises to do in the hands-on lessons (room Ω).
Note, the solutions to the exercises I did in the recorded hands-on sessions are available in a SVN repository accessible at:
The credentials to access the repository are the same you use to access the password protected content on this page.
The exam is written (at the computer). Each session proposes three exercises:
In alternative, each exercise can be substituted by a midterm exam. The midterms are three, 1 for every paradigm, and if passed (with a grade of 6 or more) they hold for the whole academic year. The midterms are independent of each other, so if you fail one of them you can do the next one: the failed midterms can be caught up in the exam sessions. You are STRONGLY encouraged to follow and prepare the midterms.