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Time and Venue

We   have a small lecture room, Lindley Hall 019, reserved for Mondays and Wednesdays, 11:15AM to 12:30PM. But the course will require a considerable amount of hands-on work. Consequently I have booked the Nations Laboratory in the Geology Building, Room 226 (the Ships Cluster, unfortunately, is already booked by someone else), for every Wednesday, 11:15AM to 12:30PM, in the Spring semester (cf. Table 1.1). In summary we are going to have one lecture a week, on Monday, in Lindley Hall, followed by one laboratory class a week, on Wednesday, in the Geology Building.


 
Table 1.1: Time and Venue for B673
Monday lecture 11:15AM - 12:30PM Lindley Hall 019
Wednesday laboratory 11:15AM - 12:30PM Nations Lab, Geology Building, Room 226
 

Table 1.2 has been extracted from the STC Lab Reservation Note.


 
Table 1.2: Reservation Card 7235 for B673, Advanced Scientific Computing, Spring Semester 2000
Reservation Card: 7235
B673 (Section 1421) Advanced Scientific Computing
01/10/2000 to 04/29/2000: 11:15 AM - 12:29 PM
room date from to seats status
GY 226 01/12/2000 11:15 AM 12:29 PM 22 Confirmed
GY 226 01/19/2000 11:15 AM 12:29 PM 22 Confirmed
GY 226 01/26/2000 11:15 AM 12:29 PM 22 Confirmed
GY 226 02/02/2000 11:15 AM 12:29 PM 22 Confirmed
GY 226 02/09/2000 11:15 AM 12:29 PM 22 Confirmed
GY 226 02/16/2000 11:15 AM 12:29 PM 22 Confirmed
GY 226 02/23/2000 11:15 AM 12:29 PM 22 Confirmed
GY 226 03/01/2000 11:15 AM 12:29 PM 22 Confirmed
GY 226 03/08/2000 11:15 AM 12:29 PM 22 Confirmed
GY 226 03/22/2000 11:15 AM 12:29 PM 22 Confirmed
GY 226 03/29/2000 11:15 AM 12:29 PM 22 Confirmed
GY 226 04/05/2000 11:15 AM 12:29 PM 22 Confirmed
GY 226 04/12/2000 11:15 AM 12:29 PM 22 Confirmed
GY 226 04/19/2000 11:15 AM 12:29 PM 22 Confirmed
GY 226 04/26/2000 11:15 AM 12:29 PM 22 Confirmed
 

In summary we should look forward to 15 laboratory classes (we lose a class on the 15th of March due to Spring break), and 13 lectures (we lose a lecture on the 17th of Januray, it's the Martin Luther King Day, and then a lecture on the 13th of March due to Spring break). See the Bulletin Board (section 1.8) for any other information.


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Zdzislaw Meglicki
2001-02-26