Courses - Winter Term 2

Grad courses for term 2 start on January 3, 2018 and end on April 6, 2018. Students should check the web page before classes start to ensure that there are no last minute changes.

UBC policy on Courses with Variable Credits (i.e. topics courses): Some courses are listed with a choice of credit value. In all cases, the maximum credit value is that which may be obtained by a student during the complete program of study (i.e. students cannot earn more than 6 credits for the same topic course). For detailed information, please visit the UBC Calendar.

Topics Courses are not considered breadth courses unless it is specified with the phrase "Breadth course" in the title.

Term 2 (January - April)

CRSSECTITLEDAYTIMEROOMINSTRUCTOR
507 201 Software Engineering TR 11:00-12:30 DMP 101 Reid Holmes
521 201 Parallel Algorithms & Architecture (Breadth Course for Systems) MW 10:30-12:00 DMP 101 Mark Greenstreet
522 201 Artificial Intelligence II TR 14:00-15:30 DMP 101 David Poole
530P 201 Topics in Information Processing: Sensorimotor Computation MW 13:30-15:00 DMP 101 Dinesh Pai
532L 201 Topics in AI:  Multimodal Learning with Vision, Language and Sound TR 11:00-12:30 ICCS 246 Leonid Sigal
532R 201 Topics in AI: Graphical Models TR 15:30-17:00 DMP 101 Siamak Ravanbakhsh
536E 201 Topics in Algorithms and Complexity: Graph Drawing TR 9:30-11:00 DMP 101 William Evans
540 201 Machine Learning
Tutorial:
T2A M 17:00-18:00 DMP110
MWF 16:00-17:00 DMP 110 Mark Schmidt
542G 201 Topics in Numerical Computation: Scientific Computing (Breadth Course for Scientific Computing) TR 9:30-11:00 ICCS 246 Chen Greif & Uri Ascher
554K 201 Topics in Human-Computer Interaction: Designing for People Project
Start: Wed 3 Jan, 2018
End:   Term 1 of Summer 2018
W 12:00-2:00 FSC 2330

Mike Van der Loos
Karon Maclean

554Y 201 Topics in Human-Computer Interaction: Multimodal Interaction TR 2:00-3:30 FSC 2330 Dongwook Yoon

 

THESIS #SECTITLECREDITS
548 201 Directed Studies

Directed Study (CPSC 548) is a course that allows students to study a topic that is typically not part of the regular curriculum under the direction of a faculty member.  The student and faculty member submit a proposal for the course outlining the course content to the Graduate Program Coordinator (poon@cs.ubc.ca) prior to the start of the course.

Course content more appropriate for the student's thesis work (CPSC 549A, CPSC 549B) or essay (CPSC 589) is not appropriate for Directed Study.

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549A 201 MSc Thesis 6
549B 202 MSc Thesis 12
589 201 MSc Major Essay Breadth Master 3
649 201 PhD Thesis 0

  

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9:00-9:30 9:00-10:30
9:00-10:30
9:00-10:30
9:30-10:00 9:30-11:00 536E
9:30-11:00 542G
9:30-11:00 536E
9:30-11:00 542G
10:00-10:30 9:30-11:00 536E
9:30-11:00 542G
9:30-11:00 536E
9:30-11:00 542G
10:30-11:00 10:30-12:00 521
9:30-11:00 536E
9:30-11:00 542G
10:30-12:00 521 9:30-11:00 536E
9:30-11:00 542G
10:30-12:00
11:00-11:30 10:30-12:00 521 11:00-12:30 507 / 532L
10:30-12:00 521 11:00-12:30 507 / 532L
11:30-12:00 10:30-12:00 521 11:00-12:30 507 / 532L
10:30-12:00 521 11:00-12:30 507 / 532L
12:00-12:30 12:00-1:30 11:00-12:30 507 / 532L
12:00-2:00 554K 11:00-12:30 507 / 532L
12:00-1:30
12:30-1:00
12:30-2:00 GRAD SEMINAR 12:00-2:00 554K 12:30-2:00 DEPT MEETING
1:00-1:30 12:30-2:00 GRAD SEMINAR 12:00-2:00 554K 12:30-2:00 DEPT MEETING
1:30-2:00 1:30-3:00 530P 12:30-2:00 GRAD SEMINAR 1:30-3:00 530P
12:00-2:00 554K
12:30-2:00 DEPT MEETING 1:30-3:00 
2:00-2:30 1:30-3:00 530P 2:00-3:30 522 / 554Y
1:30-3:00 530P 2:00-3:30 522 / 554Y
2:30-3:00 1:30-3:00 530P 2:00-3:30 522 / 554Y
1:30-3:00 530P 2:00-3:30 522 / 554Y
3:00-3:30 2:00-3:30 522 / 554Y
2:00-3:30 522 / 554Y
3:30-4:00 3:30-5:00 532R
3:30-5:00 532R
4:00-4:30 4:00-5:00 540 3:30-5:00 532R
4:00-5:00 540 3:30-5:00 532R
4:00-5:00 540
4:30-5:00 4:00-5:00 540 3:30-5:00 532R
4:00-5:00 540 3:30-5:00 532R
4:00-5:00 540 

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