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Group work in the exercises

Maybe a clarification on "group work" is needed -- it seems that in exercise 2, there were several groups submitting identical solutions, because students from one university (but from different groups) solved the exercise together. That is not exactly the idea of the group exercises… while we encourage collaboration among students, we would like to foster the collaboration among students from different universities, i.e., the members of one "Study Group" should solve the exercise together as a team, without "outsiders".

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Volunteers needed for student presentations

We are looking for students who want to give short (5 to 8 minutes) presentations on these topics in one of the next lectures: Brain in a vat; Flocking; Ant simulation with NetLogo. Please write to info@shanghailectures.org if you are interested -- thanks!

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Exercise 3 now online

Exercise 3 is now online. Deadline is Monday 14 November 23:00 CET -- as the simulations may take some time, do begin early! Please note that your "study group" may have changed for the new exercise. Have fun!

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Important information for Madrid students

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

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Webots Licenses for ShanghAI Students

Cyberbotics Ltd. have now upgraded the Webots licenses for students and tutors of this year's ShanghAI Lectures to the full PRO license, valid until 1 May 2012. We hope you find the exercises fun and instructive! And please remember: Deadline for exercise 2 is Monday 31 October 23:00 CET!

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Open letter from Rolf Pfeifer

Hi students and participants in the ShanghAI Lectures

Last week, due to technical problems and due to a relatively long introduction, we were losing quite a bit of time on the first part of the lecture (which is normally taught by myself). Some students suggested doing less switching to other sites in order not to lose too much time. I am happy to do that and give it a try.

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Important information for UZH/ETH students

If you are studying at UZH or ETH, please note the AI Lab's course information page.

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Great lineup of participating universities

This impressive lineup of universities will participate in the weekly videoconference lectures 2011.

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New website

The new ShanghAI Lectures website is now online.

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