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Schedule for 2012 published

The Lectures page is now updated to reflect the schedule of this year's lectures. We start on Thursday, 27 September 2012 -- see you there!

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Getting ready for the ShanghAI Lectures 2012

Beginning on 1 June, this website will be updated for the ShanghAI Lectures 2012. This means that the 2011 study group pages will be "locked" and students from 2011 will be "converted" into normal users. If you were a student in 2011, you can continue to use the website, post on the discussion boards, etc., but you will not be able to participate in the 2012 exercises and get new points. In case you are a student who takes the class again, please send an e-mail to Nathan Labhart and explain your situation. Thanks!

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GÉANT and the ShanghAI Lectures

GÉANT, the pan-European research and education network, published the case study "GÉANT and the ShanghAI Lectures" (PDF).

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Article about ShanghAI Lectures in SWITCH Journal (March 2012)

An article and interview about the ShanghAI Lectures is available in the March 2012 edition of SWITCH Journal on p. 12–14 in German (PDF) or in French (PDF).

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Call for student participation in panel discussion at the Swiss "eduhub days 2012"

We are inviting students in Switzerland to actively participate in the panel discussion "The Smart Learner's Voice" at the Swiss "eduhub days 2012" -- see here for more information.

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Envolve update -- chat may have disappeared

If you're not seeing the Envolve chat, please clear your browser cache and login again.

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Final exam at UZH and ETH (12 January)

If you are studying at UZH or ETH, please note the AI Lab's course information page. It contains important information about the final exam.

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Exercise 5 is now available

Finally, exercise 5 went online on Monday night. It will yield 80 points and is relatively easy – have fun!

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Exercise 5 might be available on Monday morning

Exercise 5 should become available on Monday. It's going to be a "small" exercise, a few days should be sufficient to solve it. It will also serve as a preparation for the final exam (which will take place at some of the participating sites). In case you have received a notification that exercise 5 would be available now and due on Monday, please disregard it! We're sorry for the troubles…

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Bug in the Voting mechanism – please vote again

There was a bug in the voting mechanism that caused votes to be lost if someone changed their mind. The bug has been fixed now – if you have already voted against a group member (or selected to leave a group), could you please vote once again? Thank you! We are sorry for the invonvenience!

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F-O-R competition

In today's lecture, Rolf Pfeifer didn't mention the Frame-of-Reference problem! Tobias Klauser and Jaan Spitz were the first ones to notice… congratulations to the winners of a bottle of champagne!

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Exercise 4 will be distributed on Friday

Exercise 4 will be made available on Friday morning (18 November 2011). Deadline is Monday 28 November, 23:00 CET.

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Important information for Madrid students

Please note that at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, the ShanghAI Lecture on 17 November takes place in room 1.1J12. On 1 December the lecture will be held in Getafe, room 17.2.75.

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Survey points have been assigned

Thanks to all who completed the survey! The points have now been assigned, see the list attached to this news entry (click on "Read more").

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Deadline for online survey extended

The deadline for completion of the online survey has been extended until November 14th. Five extra points will be assigned to the teams in which all members completed the survey. Please note that participation in the research project is a mandatory part of the ShanghAI Lectures. For more information please refer to the Research page.

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