How can I attend lectures and lab sessions?

  • Lectures (Wed 8:15-10:00) will take place in the Rolex Forum. Lectures will be recorded and the recordings will be made available here on the course website the day after the lecture at the latest.
  • Lab sessions (Fri 13:15-15:00) will take place in BCH 2201.

For best practices regarding course-related communication, please read the communication guidelines.

Lab session

Homework

Project

Quizzes

Lecture schedule [recordings]

Week Lecture Date Lecture Lab Session
1 21 Sep 2022 Intro [slides] Intro to tools [GitHub] + Intro to lab session and tools [slides]
2 28 Sep 2022 Handling data [slides] Quiz 1 (Test quiz) + FAQ + Handling data [GitHub] + Project Intro [slides]
3 05 Oct 2022 Visualizing data [slides] Quiz 2 + FAQ + Data viz and data from the web [GitHub] + Project office hours
4 12 Oct 2022    
5 19 Oct 2022    
6 26 Nov 2022    
7 02 Nov 2022    
8 09 Nov 2022    
9 16 Nov 2022    
10 23 Nov 2022    
11 30 Nov 2022    
12 07 Dec 2022    
13 14 Dec 2022    
14 21 Dec 2022    

Important Dates

  • Homework
  • Project deliverables
    • Project milestone P1
      • Due: 14 Oct 2022
    • Project milestone P2
      • Due: 18 Nov 2022
    • Project milestone P3
      • Due: 23 Dec 2022
  • Final exam: TBD

All deadlines are 23:59 CET

Instructor

Teaching assistants (TAs; PhD students)

  • Akhil Arora (head TA)
  • Manoel Horta Ribeiro (head TA)
  • Aryo Lotfi
  • Bhargav Srinivasa Desikan
  • Chenyang Wang
  • Halima Schede
  • Lars Klein
  • Marija Šakota
  • Martin Josifoski
  • Silin Gao
  • Valentin Hartmann

Student assistants (SAs; MS students)

  • Ana-Arina Raileanu
  • Edvin Maid
  • Erwan Serandour
  • Eugénie Chabenat
  • Francesco Salvi
  • Giacomo Orsi
  • Hugo Casademont
  • Jozef Coldenhoff
  • Margaux L’Eplattenier
  • Marie Biolková
  • Mete Ismayil
  • Miloš Vujasinović
  • Nicolas Baldwin
  • Roberto Ceraolo

Resources

Acknowledgment

The first edition of ADA took place in Fall 2016, created and taught by Michele Catasta. Over the years, the class has evolved from the starting point of that first edition, and a significant chunk of the material is still based on Michele’s original version. I am deeply obliged to Michele for laying this foundation.