Computer Laboratory

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Computer Science lecture-list timetables 2016-17

Parts IA, IB and II of the Tripos

Changes will, in general, be notified to students by e-mail by the Student Administrator.

Timetables can also be accessed in a digital form at Timetables for the 2016-17 academic year will be available from 21 September.

Alternatively, there is the famous concise lecture list summary and an explanation to help you decode it, and an Overview of all the lecture courses.

For Part IA CST students taking Computer Science with Mathematics Mathematics lecture lists for 2016-17

For Part IA CST students taking Computer Science with Psychology PBS Paper 1 guide and e-learning

Important: avoid clashes with Computer Science practical sessions

Computer Science Tripos, Part IA, see your individual timetable
Natural Sciences Tripos, Part IA (Computer Science) and Psychological and Behavioural Sciences Tripos, Part I (Introduction to Computer Science option):
It is essential that you do not arrange supervisions, Natural Sciences Tripos practical classes, or any other activities, on Thursday afternoons.

In the event of any last-minute changes to lectures, notification will be placed here:

Part IA and IA NST and PBS : Lent term Hardware labs are all on Thursdays- morning and afternoon. Easter term: CST only- no Software Engineering and Security lecture with Ross Anderson on 1st May.

IA(75) only. Lent term: MLRD lectures and practical are on Mondays and Fridays starting at 2pm in LT1.

Part IB : There will no Computer Networking lectures with Andrew Moore on 3, 6 and 8 February. These lectures will instead take place on 2 Feb, 13 and 15 March, all at 11am in LT1. The group project meeting time on Thurs 2 Feb has moved to Fri 3 Feb, still at 11am. The final Compiler Construction lecture with Dr Tim Griffin will take place on Monday 27 February.

Part II : Lent term: There will be no Computer Systems Modelling lecture with Prof Ian Leslie on Friday 3 February.

MPhil and Part III of the Tripos