Subject UPDATES FT2012

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Check the subject updates for FT 2012 by clicking on the appropriate subject card on this page.  These comprise the known changes for subject offerings by the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. For further information about any subject contact the instructor directly.

For further schedule information, including classes, instructors, room reservations, etc. or for information regarding the MIT Bulletin (catalogue), contact Lisa Bella, Room 38-475, 3-4611, isabell (at) mit (dot) edu.

 

6.S077 Design and Development of Web-based Products and Services
Undergraduate; Prereq: 6.170 or permission of Instructor; Coreq: 6.UAT; Units: 3-0-3; Schedule: L TR1:30-3, room 56-154; Staff: Dr. Tony Eng, tleng@mit.edu
6.886 Wireless Networks and Mobile Computing
Graduate H-Level; Unit: 3-0-9; Schedule: F2-5, room 32-155; Computer Systems or Communications EC; Professor Dina Katabi
6.S081/6.S082 Public Speaking Practicum
Undergraduate; Units: 3-0-0; Schedule: L W7-10pm, room 32-044; Staff: Dr. Tony Eng, tleng@mit.edu
6.S196 Principles and Practice of Assistive Technology
AUS or department lab; Undergraduate; Units: 3-4-5; Prereqs: see subject description; Schedule: MWF1, room 3-333, lab W3-5, room 32-044; Instructors: Professor Seth Teller, teller@csail.mit.edu, Co-lecturers: Professors Rob Miller and Nick Roy
6.S080 Introduction to Inference
Undergraduate; Prereq: 6.01 or permission of instructors; Schedule: L MW10, room 56-154, Recitation TR1, room 34-303; TR3, room 34-303; Staff: Professors Gregory Wornell * (gww@mit.edu), Costis Daskalakis, Polina Golland and Lizhong Zheng; - * subject contact; - Enrollment Limited
6.S193 Multicore Programming
Undergraduate; Prereq: 6.005 and 6.006; Units: 4-0-8; Schedule: L MW9:30-11, room 26-168; Staff: Professor Nir Shavit, shanir@mit.edu; This subject qualifies as an AUS.
6.S195 Computer Architecture Laboratory
Undergraduate; Prereq: 6.004; Units: 3-8-1; Schedule: MWF3, room 4-153; Staff: Professors Arvind (arvind@mit.edu), Joel Emer (emer@csail.mit.edu, Li-Shiuan Peh (peh@csail.mit.edu)
6.S898 The Evolution of a Proof: Efficient Proof Systems in Complexity Theory, Cryptography, and Quantum Computation
AUS OR Theoretical Computer Science Concentration; Graduate; Prereqs: 6.045 or 6.046; Units: 3-0-9; Schedule: TR1-2:30, room 4-237; Instructor: Professor Shafi Goldwasser, shafi@csail.mit.edu