Administrative information

Administrative course information is available here

The github org for this course is inf-2202-f17

We use the mailing list to send important information. The link is to the list’s website; among other things it has an archive of old emails.

We have a Slack team. Join us and chat about the course and the assignments.

Please ruminate on this page about citation, plagiarism, &c. from the university. Norwegian only.

We have the following rooms and hours:

Refer to the lecture and mandatory assignment plan, and e-mails for which room is used when.


Lecture plan

Lecture Date Subject Lecturer
L1 Fri 18/8 Introduction and practical information. LAB, EH
L2 Thu 24/8 Threads and synchronization primitives; Parallel architectures NB that nothing from slide 39 onward will be on the exam Lars Tiede
L3 Thu 31/8 Parallel programs Slides from pt. 2 (parallel processors from client to cloud, won’t be on exam) available on request from Einar. Lars Tiede
L4 Thu 7/9 Asynchronous and Event-based Programming Dag Brattli
L5 Thu 14/9 Reactive vs Interactive Programming (in Fronter) Dag Brattli
L6 Thu 21/9 Virtual Time Scheduling and Asynchronous Reactive Programming (in Fronter) Dag Brattli
L7 Thu 28/9 Performance evaluation 1 Åge Kvalnes
L8 Thu 5/10 Performance evaluation 2 - Distributed systems and web applications Steffen Viken Valvåg
L9 Fri 29/9 C# and Visual Studio Fredrik Høisæther Rasch
L10 Thu 12/10 Cloud services: Monitoring, data, and analytics (in Fronter) Tor Kreutzer and Jan-Ove Karlberg
L11 Thu 19/10 Getting the most out of cloud service logs (in Fronter) Jan-Ove Karlberg and Tor Kreutzer
- Thu 26/10 No lecture -
- Thu 2/11 No lecture -
L12 Thu 9/11 The Fram Supercomputer Steinar Trædal-Henden
L13 Fri 10/11 Summary lecture LAB
Exam Fri 23/11 Exam  

Mandatory assignments

Project Start Due Subject Presenter
P1 Tue 22/8 Thu 7/9 23:00 Parallel programming using threads EH
P2 Mon 11/9 Wed 4/10 Re:activity - A reactive bike computer DB
P3 Fri 6/10 Fri 3/11 23:00 Techniques for working with cloud-scale datasets JK+TK

Previous exams

Previous exams given in this course are here. The most relevant exams are from 2013, 2015 and 2016.