Sem 2 Timetable

NOTE: Module Descriptors for the modules below are HERE. Each module descriptor contains detailed information such as learning outcomes, indicative content, assessment methods, etc.

semester 2 - January 2022 (YEAR 1 - 2021 intake)

Timetable for Week 1 to Week 13:  January 2022 - May 2022.

Please see the Semester Dates & Calendar for further details. 

Please note that class times listed below are based on Western European Time (WET) in Cork, Ireland. Also please note that this timetable may be subject to change.

Lecturer Module CRN M/E (CR) Day/Time
Dr Mubashir Rehami Research Practice & Ethics 27078 M (5) Tue 8-10pm
Dr Ted Scully Deep Learning 27077 M (5) Tue 6-8pm
Dr Christian Beder Machine Vision 28571 E (5) Mon 6-8pm
Dr Haithem Afli Natural Language Processing 27079 E (5) Wed 6-8pm

M = Mandatory Module, E = Elective Module, (CR) = Credits. Students take 15 credits this semester, two mandatory modules and one elective module.

semester 2 - January 2022 (YEAR 2 - 2020 intake)

Timetable for Week 1 to Week 13:  January 2022 - May 2022.

Please see the Semester Dates & Calendar for further details.

Please note that class times listed below are based on Western European Time (WET) in Cork, Ireland. Also please note that this timetable may be subject to change.

Lecturer Module CRN M/E (CR) Class Day/Time
Project Supervisor AI Research Project 27095 M (15) --- ---

M = Mandatory Module, E = Elective Module, (CR) = Credits. Students take 15 credits this semester, a mandatory research project module.

NOTE on Electives: The elective listed on the timetable above is the recommended elective for your course. This has been selected based on its suitability for your course and as a result it has been scheduled to guarantee that it doesn’t clash with your mandatory module. 

There are other modules being delivered in Semester 2 on alternate MSc programmes. Students who wish to avail of a place on one of these modules may do so if it aligns with their personal career goals. Places for alternate electives are limited and not guaranteed - preference is given to students from the core MSc programme, thereafter places will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Timetable clashes can occur and students may be required to view the recordings. Timetable change requests will not be facilitated.

Under no circumstances should you register for a module listed on another timetable without it first being approved by the course coordinator.

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