DM819 - Computational Geometry
Fall 2018
Kim Skak Larsen


Final deadline for obligatory assignments to qualify for the oral examination. 3/12 2018
This is an announcement for students who have not had their obligatory assignment approved. The last chance for handing in the obligatory assignment (parts 1 and 2) if you want to participate in the oral examination in January 2019 is December 16, 2018, at 23:59. Due to administrational deadlines, there will be no further retries after that (before the regular oral examination date). Thus, if your hand-in at the December 16 deadline is not of sufficient quality, you will not be eligible for the oral examination.

There will of course be an oral reexam, which is scheduled for March 25, 2019. If you want to qualify for that exam, contact me (in person or by email) regarding obligatory assignments as early as possible, and no later than during January 2019.

Classes canceled in week 44. 22/10 2018
Please note that classes are canceled in this course in week 44, i.e., on the dates October 29-30.

I recommend that you use this opportunity to get a good start on part 2 of the project. Thus, if you haven't made a contract already, I recommend that you see me as soon as possible to get that handled such that you can safely work on the project.

The lecturer's comments to the midterm evaluation. 9/10 2018
The lecturer's comments to the midterm evaluation are now available.
Part 2 of the project. 9/10 2018
The deadline for part 2 of the project is Friday, November 30, 2018, at 12:00 (noon).

Via your student email account, I have sent my evaluation of your work on part 1 today.

On making the professor happy... 20/9 2018
If you have decided that your goal this semester is to make me really happy, it could be useful to read my examples of issues that did not make me particularly happy last I taught this course. I wrote some comment on manuals, input formats, and program execution.
Kodecafe - programming advice, help with debugging, etc. 17/9 2018
If you come with another background and are following the course with less programming experience than the students with a bachelor from here, you may be interested in the "Kodecafe" - The Code Café. Here, older Ph.D. or MS students can advise you on solving programming problems. You can find them every Tuesday and Thursday, 13:00 - 15:00, in "Office 42" (Ø18-511b-2).
Part 1 of the project. 14/9 2018
The deadline for part 1 of the project is Friday, October 5, 2018, at 12:00 (noon).
Schedule and first meeting time 2/8 2018
The schedule of elective courses has been finalized and this course is scheduled for Mondays at 8:15 and Tuesdays at 12:15. The first class is Monday, September 3, at 8:15 in IMADA's seminar room.
The Textbook 27/6 2018
In case you prefer the textbook in print, it is now available for purchase in the university bookstore.
Pizza Meeting Presentation. 15/5 2018
Are you considering this course? Though it's not designed for stand-alone viewing, maybe you can get something out of the presentation from the pizza meeting. If you have questions, feel free to drop by my office - I'm usually here from before 7:30.


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