Mathematica-based Computing Skills
You will need to have programming skills in Mathematica (version 11). During the sessions you will be helping and advising students who will be completing exercises from problem sheets. You will need to proactively engage students in discussion about their work, while being able to prioritise your time so that all the students receive the assistance they need.
will be teaching for one 3.5 hour session a week during the Spring term, on
Tuesday afternoons from 2.00 - 5.30pm, subject to timetable confirmation, for a
total of 10 sessions. You may also be required to mark and provide
detailed feedback on students' formal assignments which are submitted weekly
for 8 weeks. Marking is in addition to demonstrating and therefore attracts extra
payment. Session 10 is a formal examination and you will be required to
invigilate. The position is a commitment to attend all 10 sessions and any
briefings. If you will be unable to attend any sessions, you are expected to
organise a suitable replacement with the necessary skills in using Mathematica.
Contact: Dr Jasvir Bhamrah.
will be teaching for one 3.5 hour session a week during the Spring term, for a
total of 10 sessions. In addition to demonstrators in each session, we
also need assessors and supervisors, who will be responsible for monitoring
(from week 3 onwards) the progress of up to three students who are working on
their programming miniproject, and for the first marking of their project
reports and logbooks. Progress meetings should be initiated by the student, and
you can expect to meet with a student typically up to 5-6 times during term.
Exemplars of previous project submissions and marking schemes will be provided
by the course coordinator The position is a commitment to attend all 10
sessions and any briefings.
Contact: Prof Nick Achilleos.