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)
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com or by addressing one of the board members directly. We will be open again from 31th of August.
Have a great summer holidays!
Educational bouquet »
The study adviser of BIT received an educational bouquet!
He has shown exceptional commitment to students. He helped the students very well with transitional arrangements.
Lustrum theme announced! »
It took a while, but the lustrum theme is announced!
The theme is known. Next year will go into the books as a year full of happiness under the theme 'Promising'. The organization of the lustrum year is still working hard, but we can already say something on what the members awaits next year. At the beginning of the academic year, we will open the year with a festive lustrum opening activity. In the dies month (March), the committee will drop some nice, big activities in the framework of the lustrum. To conclude the lustrum year there will be a final party / activity at the end of the year. We wish all members a fantastic Lustrum year!
The 7th Lustrum committee of I.C.T.S.V. Inter-Actief
We want you to organize Pandora! »
We are still looking for members for the new Pandora-committee!
Would you like to organize one of the most epic activities next year? Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student assistents »
Do you know much about computer organisation, computer architecture and operating systems? Sign up as a student-assistent!
Do you know much about computer organisation (data path, Karnaugh diagrams), computer architecture (caches, IO, memory modules) and operating systems (processes, threads, concurrency, deadlocks)?
We are looking for student assistents for the 5th module, Computer Systems for CAO (computer architecture and organisation) and the project. You can schedule by yourself when you want to assist.
In the first 8 weeks, student assistents are needed at Tuesday and Thursday afternoon.
Interested? Send an e-mail to André Kokkeler.
Meeting BIT Master »
Students of the master’s programme Business Information Technology are invited for a discussion about the results of the National Student Survey.
The programme management would like to get suggestions from you for improvements regarding the master's programme.
The fact sheet of M-BIT with the results of the NSE 2015 can be found here. (Download the document for a correct view.)
Time: Wednesday 17 June 2015, 12.45-13.45
Location: Hall B 2F