Graduate Programming Courses

These 3-day courses are intended for Graduate students at UCL, and will be of particular interest to First Year Ph.D. students in the Physical Sciences. Teaching takes the form of lecturer presentations interspersed with assisted exercises and, unless otherwise stated, no previous programming experience is assumed. The courses each count 6 "Roberts Points" on the Doctoral Skills Development Programme.

To join a course, please register here.

Courses are offered in Python, C++, Fortran 95 and LabVIEW at various points throughout the academic year. Details of upcoming courses are given below. Numbers are limited to 20 students per course and generally run once per term. For more information, please contact the course co-ordinator, Christian Hill.

Introductory Python

A three-day course on introductory Python ran over Reading Week of Term 1. More details of the course are available here and on the UCL Wiki page (login required). The course lecturer is Christian Hill.

Monday 7 November 2016 9.30am – 5.30pm Bedford Way (26) G11
Tuesday 8 November 2016 9.30am – 5.30pm Bedford Way (26) G11
Wednesday 9 November 2016 9.30am – 5.30pm Bedford Way (26) G11

Advanced Python

No course on Advanced Python is planned for this term.

LabVIEW

A three-day course on LabVIEW ran over Reading Week of Term 1. The course lecturer is Adam Deller. More details to follow.

Monday 7 November 2016 10am – 5pm Physics Teaching Lab 1
Tuesday 8 November 2016 10am – 5pm Physics Teaching Lab 1
Wednesday 9 November 2016 10am – 5pm Physics Teaching Lab 1

C++

A three-day course on C++ programming ran over Reading Week of Term 1. More details of the course are available on the UCL Wiki page (login required). The course lecturer is Andy Maxwell. More details to follow.

Monday 7 November 2016 9am – 5pm Gordon Street (25) 105
Tuesday 8 November 2016 9am – 5pm Gordon Street (25) 105
Wednesday 9 November 2016 9am – 5pm Gordon Street (25) 105

Fortran 95

No course on Fortran 95 is planned for this term.