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  1. 1. Registration 2008 ICT Entrepreneurship Internetworking NordSecMob Assoc Prof Peter Sjödin School of Information and Communication Technology KTH psj@kth.se 1
  2. 2. Agenda Aug 28, 2008, 9 – 11 • Welcome • General information • Programme Information – Program Director • Programme Coordinator Presentation • Teacher Introductions • Registration 2
  3. 3. These Slides Are Available on the Programme Web • www.it.kth.se/intms – Internetworking and NordSecMob • www.it.kth.se/entms – ICT Entrepreneurship 3
  4. 4. Master Programme Organisation • Internetworking and NordSecMob – KTH Master’s programmes • NordSecMob – Erasmus Mundus programme in Security and Mobile Computing • Programme Director – Peter Sjödin • Programme Coordinator – May-Britt Eklund-Larsson 4
  5. 5. KTH Organization • KTH is organized as eleven Schools • You are at the School of Information and Communication Technology (ICT School) • www.kth.se/ict 5
  6. 6. Schedule • http://www.kth.se – “International Website” -> “Student web” -> “Timetables” – Tip: always remember to customize the web for your programme • ”Choose your programme” • Also links on programme web pages – http://www.it.kth.se/intms – http://www.it.kth.se/entms • Lectures and classes are typically 2 times 45 minutes, with 15 minutes break in between • Academic peculiarities – All lectures and classes start at a quarter past • ”10:00” in schedule really means ”10:15” – Exceptions (which are rare) are explicitly stated • ”10 sharp” 6
  7. 7. Curriculum • Compulsory and elective courses • 30 credits per semester – Typical course is 7.5 credits – You may sign up for 6 additional credits per semester, if you want to study more • You are expected to reach at least 45 credits after one year • Master thesis during fourth semester – Start planning now! 7
  8. 8. Curriculum • www.it.kth.se/intms • Period 1 (September – October) – II2202 Research Methodology and Scientific Writing – IK2215 Advanced Internetworking • Period 2 (November – December) – IK2206 Internet Security and Privacy – IK2205 Interdomain Routing • Internetworking (elective) and NordSecMob – IK2506 Advanced Communication Systems • Internetworking (elective) – SSES Execution/Planning (tentatively) • ICT Entrepreneurship • Period 3 and 4 (January – May) – Course election • Information event in November 8
  9. 9. Exams • Written exams (“Tentamen”) • Need to sign up minimum three weeks prior to exam • Sign up in Daisy (see next slide…) 9
  10. 10. Administrative Systems— Daisy • http://daisy.it.kth.se • Web based course management and administration at ICT school • Login with KTH identity – More info by programme coordinator later • Course registration – Where you get registered as an active student in a course • By teachers and study administrators • You can check your status with respect to a given course – Contact teacher if your view does not agree with Daisy’s… • Study progress • Schedule • Exam registration • … 10
  11. 11. Administrative Systems— studera.nu • http://studera.nu • National portal for higher education in Sweden • Information about courses and programmes • Course selection – Where you make your choices of courses •… 11
  12. 12. Administrative Systems— My Pages • “Mina Sidor” • KTH-wide system for study admin • KTH identity • Access via www.kth.se -> “Student web” • Registration of contact information • Mail redirect for your KTH mail address • Automatic printout of transcripts – Digitally signed and authenticated • Study progress •… 12
  13. 13. Administrative Systems— Ladok • National system for study administration of higher studies • Universities in Sweden • You haven’t passed a course until the results appear in Ladok… • You should not (and cannot) access Ladok directly – My Pages and Daisy are front-ends 13
  14. 14. Administrative Systems— Course Web at TSLab • www.tslab.ssvl.kth.se/courses • Course webs at TSLab • Based on open source systems – (Moodle – course management) – (Drupal – content management) • More information from course leaders later 14
  15. 15. Computers • A limited number of stationary computers available for students • ICT School assumes that you have access to laptops – Intel or AMD IA32 compatible, 1.5 GHz or better – 1 GByte RAM – WLAN IEEE 802.11b – 2 USB 2.0 ports or more – DVD Reader – Windows XP • Mac or Linux would work fine as well • Prices in Sweden are competitive (from SEK 5000) • You can get some software via KTH – http://progdist.ug.kth.se/public/index.shtml 15
  16. 16. Student Rights and Responsibilities • Ethics – While you are here, you are ambassadors for your home countries! • Study brochure! 16
  17. 17. Disciplinary Matters • Cheating at exams – Cooperation, illegal material, ... • Plagiarism – Submitting someone else’s work as your own (including copying material from the Internet!) • Disciplinary actions – If you are suspected of cheating or attempted cheating, you will be reported to the KTH disciplinary board – You will suffer a lengthy and awkward process • Even if no further disciplinary measures are decided! • It’s not worth it! 17
  18. 18. Before You Leave This Room • Pick up brochure and other material • Sign the declaration • Register your presence – After teacher introduction! 18
  19. 19. Teacher Introductions • Markus Hidell – Advanced Internetworking – Interdomain Routing • Voravit Tanyingyong – Interdomain Routing • Björn Pehrson – Research Methodology and Scientific Writing • Peter Sjödin – Internet Security and Privacy • Anders Västberg – Advanced Communication Systems 19

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