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1st Exam - Marks

17 Janeiro 2020, 01:08 Francisco Correia dos Santos

Dear Network Science students,


Please find the marks of your 1st and 2nd projects in sections Project 1 and Project 2, respectively.  

The marks of yesterday's exam (see column, "1ª época") and the "Final" (provisory) marks of the course can also be found at the section "Marks". 

Please let us know if you find any error. Many thanks in advance. 

As you will see, the marks are fantastic. Congratulations to all! We are super happy with this outcome. Thank you for all your effort. This said, please remember that everyone is welcome for the 2nd exam. We will only consider the best mark. 

We will be available on Monday (Jan 27) for anything you need (15h, room 01, Building "Informática III", next to the computer science dep. central services). In the meantime, good luck with all the other exams!

Best wishes,
Francisco & Alexandre


1st exam

10 Janeiro 2020, 15:40 Francisco Correia dos Santos

Dear Network Science students,


All our best wishes for the New Year!!

Please do not forget that on Jan 15 we will have our first exam. The registration for the exam is still open for those interested. 
The exam will follow the discussions we had during our lectures. We also suggest that you take a look at our problem sets and last year’s exam

Also, please let us know if we can be of any help. For those interested, we will be available this Monday, Jan 13, at 16h30, at “Gabinete/Office 1” (2nd floor, DEI, Alameda, next to the central services of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering). Also, please drop us an email if you have any question you believe we may answer by email. 

Hope it helps!

Best wishes, 
Francisco and Alexandre.


Presentations, Monday Dec 9 [today] --> Friday Dec 13

8 Dezembro 2019, 23:01 Francisco Correia dos Santos

Dear Network Science students,


Given that we have only a couple of groups interested in presenting their project on Monday Dec 9, we believe that it would be better for everyone if these presentations would occur in one of the free slots of this Friday afternoon. 

Thus, the presentations of this afternoon would be moved to the next session. We're sure that, in this way, we would guarantee a sizable audience. As a result, today (Monday 9), we won't have NS classes. We suggest that you may this Monday also for the preparation of your presentation.

Finally, please feel free to bring any friend you believe may be interested. The presentations are open to everyone. 

Hope it helps!! Thank you in advance!!

Kind regards,
Francisco



Today's classes [Dec. 2]

2 Dezembro 2019, 11:11 Francisco Correia dos Santos

Dear Network Science students,


The classes today will be dedicated to two main points:
a) At 14h, Alexandre Francisco will offer you a small overview of community finding algorithms. This a world in itself, but it's nice that you get a glimpse of the problems associated with this topic.
b) Afterwards, until 18h30, our classes will be dedicated to helping you with your second assignment. Thus, those that have already submitted can, of course, use this time for other assignments, or check the lab exercises and the final presentation. Please feel free to use this time in the way the best suits your needs. 

Many thanks!!

Kind regards,
Francisco


News (Nov 25 and Nov 29)

24 Novembro 2019, 15:35 Francisco Correia dos Santos

Dear Network Science students,


Tomorrow (Monday, Nov. 25, 14h-15h30), we will not have a regular class; instead, we decided to dedicate our class to help you with your 2nd assignment. So, please feel free to stop by room EA5 if you believe one can help in any way. Similarly, our labs (15h-18h30) will also be devoted to the 2nd project. 

Next Friday (Nov. 29, 14h, FA1), we will have our invited lecture of the semester, by Prof. Pedro T. Monteiro (IST-UL and INESC-ID). Pedro will be kind enough to tell us all about one particular area of network science, called Boolean Networks, and how we can use it to model gene regulatory networks and other biological complex systems. Like all our other classes, this lecture is open to everyone outside the course.

See you soon!

Kind regards,
Francisco and Alexandre