Educational bouquet for Bodo Manthey »
Bodo Manthey, teacher of the master course "Limits to computing" received an educational bouquet!
Bodo Manthey does invests much time in his course and his students. He is always willing to provide additional explanation when needed. We want to thank him for his commitment and dedication.
Thanks Bodo Manthey!
Information lunch about minors abroad »
DATE CHANGED! Would you like to study abroad during your minor? Come to the information lunch on the 11th of November 2015.
On the 11th of November 2015, there will be an information lunch about studying abroad. During this lunch Jan Schut will explain what you have to do to study abroad. It will be in the lunchbreak (12:30-13:45) in Ra1501. There will be food. To ensure there will not be to many of less food please let us know if you will be there. You can do this by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. This, of course, is not required. There will also be a fair about studying abroad at the 17th of november, for more information go here
Information about 2e semester 2015-2016 »
In the year 2015-2016 you can follow join-in minors in the 2e semester (quartile 3 and quartile 4). The deadline for registration is Monday 23th November 2015.
In the second semester 2015-2016 (quartile 3 and quartile 4) students are given the possibility to follow join-in minors. This offer is an opportunity for students who were not able to take 1 or 2 minors in the first semester to take 1 or 2 minors in the second semester. Students who have already followed 2 minors of 15 EC can only take a minor extracurricular. Information about these minors and the matrix of options can be found at the minor website. Registration for these minors is possible through OSIRIS-student from Monday 19th October up and to including Monday 23th November 2015. Information about the registration procedure can also be found at the minor website. Mail questions to email@example.com
The minor information market for next year minors will be the 30th of march.
Education Week »
It is education week at Inter-Actief. Get an ice cream this week, visit the lunch lecture and barbecue at Tuesday and visit the security cafe at Thursday.
Get your ice cream and stamp card at the Inter-Actief room and visit the fun activities. Tuesday there will be a lunch lecture from TREsPASS and in the evening there will be a BBQ. Thursday you can visit the Security cafe, there will be stands where you can learn about protecting your pc. At Friday, if you have completed your stamp card, you can get a free beer at the friday afternoon drink.
Construction works Educafé »
More information about the upcoming Educafé construction works.
You might have noticed there are construction works in the Educafé. These are, amoung other things, for constructing a Starbucks branch. The construction works will take about 7 weeks to be completed and are suspected to be finished by November 6th.
From the 12th until the 18th of October, the Educafé will be closed. The Inter-Actief-room will be reachable via the fire escape stairs on the side of the Educafé.
For more information about the plans you can read the EWI news article about this.
Exam cookie credit »
Hand in your exams and get exam cookie credit for Inter-Actief.
Already a few exams have taken place. If you still have a copy of the exam, you can give them to me me or put them in my mailbox (labeled as 'onderwijs' in the Inter-Actief room). Digital copies may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every exam you hand in gives you exam cookie credit, which gives you free cookies in the cookie cabinet.
Submitted exams can be found at the summaries wiki of the Inter-Actief site.
Public guest lectures »
On September 21 there will be three public guest lectures on programming: Location: Zilverling, room 2042
9:00-9:45 Dr. M. van Dooren, “Bringing exception handling to the 21st century" 11:00-11:45 Prof. A. Fehnker, "Software Analysis for Students: how to become a great programmer" 13:30-14:15 Dr. M. Habib, "Algorithms: Design, Selection and Evaluation”
Abstract Marko van Dooren: “Bringing exception handling to the 21st century"
Ever since their invention, checked exceptions have been a point of much discussion. On the one hand, they increase the robustness of software by preventing the manifestation of unanticipated checked exceptions at run-time. On the other hand, they decrease the adaptability of software because they must be propagated explicitly, and must often be handled even if they cannot be signalled. In this lecture we will liberate exception handling form the dark ages, and bring it into the 21st century. We will learn how anchored exception declarations give exception handling the same dynamic nature that forms the basis of all modern programming languages. By making exception handling more dynamic, we can still guarantee exception safety without risking massive invasive changes when new exceptions are added.
Abstract Ansgar Fehnker: "Software Analysis for Students: how to become a great programmer"
Software is at the core of many innovations, and programming is an essential skill for any graduate in a technical or semi-technical field. In this talk we will review the core aspect of what it takes to become a great programmer. The starting pointfor this talk is to consider what makes a good program, and how tools can help to create great programs. The will review different techniques and their potential to improve software quality. It will be informed by experience with developing a industry strengthsoftware analysis tool, and experience in teaching programming , and software and systems design at university.
Abstract Mena Habib: "Algorithms: Design, Selection and Evaluation”
We compare different search and sorting algorithms and compute their algorithmic complexity. We also discuss how to evaluate them, and select the best algorithm suitable for a given problem.
The 37th board of I.C.T.S.V. Inter-Actief »
On the 1st of september 2015, the 37th board of I.C.T.S.V. Inter-Actief was appointed.
The board was composed as follows:
- Sander Bakkum (Chairman)
- Arnold Averink (Secretary)
- Antoine Veenstra (Treasurer)
- Ruben Groot Roessink (Internal affairs)
- Thijs Hoefnagel (External affairs)
- Josje van 't Padje (Educational affairs)
Are you going to do the 3TU Cyber Security Master Specialisation in Delft? You need to subscribe in Delft!
To subcribe to the 3TU Cyber Security Master Specialisation in Delft, you need to be subscribed in Delft. The administration can help you to do that. Please contact Pieter Hartel. For this you can send an email to email@example.com.
Deelname aan Bachelorreferaat »
Het vak Bachelorreferaat wordt voor pre-TOM studenten voor het laatst aangeboden in het eerste semester van 2015-2016. Wie wil deelnemen, moet op tijd een track kiezen.
Informatie over de tracks is te vinden op http://referaat.cs.utwente.nl/conference/24/track Inschrijving voor het vak gaat via Osiris. Je kunt dan vervolgens via de Blackboardsite een track kiezen.
Er gelden de volgende voorkenniseisen:
BIT: P + 60 EC's (inclusief minor)
Informatica: P + 60 EC's (exclusief minor) + Technical writing.
Let op: voor sommige tracks is de begeleidingscapaciteit beperkt. Het is daarom aan te raden je zo snel mogelijk in te schrijven en een track te kiezen, want vol = vol. Schrijf je in elk geval in voor 20 augustus, want dan kunnen we nog tijdig controleren of je voldoet aan de voorkenniseisen. Schrijf je je daarna in, dan bestaat de kans dat je pas na de start van het vak te horen krijgt dat je niet voldoet aan de voorkenniseisen.
Study tour committee! »
This is the committee that will organize the next study tour!
Even during the holidays, people work hard at Inter-Actief. Today, the new study tour committee was formed as follows:
Joyce Pebesma - Chairwoman
Max Kerkers - Treasurer
Mart Oude Weernink - External Affairs
Dennis Muller - Research coordinator
Bas Hendrikse - Travel coordinator
Summer holiday »
The summer holiday has started!
This means that most of the time the IA-Room will be closed. From time to time we will be open if board members need to work there. You can still contact us by sending a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by addressing one of the board members directly. We will be open again from 31th of August.
Have a great summer holidays!