— Computer Science — 2 min read
👋 Hello! This page might help you if you're deciding on doing a degree in computing, especially if you're considering Imperial College. You might be a student about to start a Computing Science Masters at Imperial, the same course I'm doing right now.
I'm documenting what I learnt and the people that taught/ challenged me, and also reflect on my decisions so far. I've just finished all exams for this degree, and so am concluding the 'taught' part of the course. Onwards, to the individual project!
I reserve this spot for courses with both amazing lecturers & content. Its no surprise all 3 lecturers below have been at Imperial for many years.
These were all definitely useful & interesting to attend the lectures for. Some are required, and some are optional.
There are more courses shown here. For me, the available optional courses were:
Systems Verification, Logic-Based Learning, Computer Vision, Graphics, Network and Web Security, Performance Engineering, Introduction to Machine Learning, Advanced Computer Graphics, Probabilistic Inference, Computer Networks and Distributed Systems, Introduction to Symbolic Artificial Intelligence (MSc), Software Engineering, Algorithms
There still is time. To the interwebs! I have the fundamentals now. I can learn anything with time & tea.