General Information 2016b



Dr. Daniel Deutch, Amir Rubinstein
Teaching Assistants:
Michal Kleinbort, Yael Baran, Amir Gilad
lab assistant (חונך):
Ofer Horowitz
The lab assistant will be available to help students who encounter programming difficulties, in a regular weekly 2-hour lab session.
HW checkers:
Yehonatan Dodeles, Adin Shapira

Office Hours and emails

Amiram: coordinate via|ymarima#liame
Amir R: coordinate via|rrima#liame
Michal: coordinate via|cimsalab#liame
Yael: coordinate via|arableay#liame
Amir G: coordinate via|daligrima#liame
Yehonatan: moc.liamg|miligrat.natanohey#liame
Adin: moc.liamg|aripahs.nida#liame

Weekday Regular Class Schedule

Group Type Hours Location staff
07 Lecture Sun 16-18
Wed 15-17
Dan David 003 Dr. Daniel Deutch and Amir Rubinstein
08 Recitation Thu 12-14 Oresntein 103 Yael Baran
09 Recitation Thu 16-18 Shenkar (Physics) 104 Yael Baran
10 Lecture Sun 14-16
Wed 13-15
Dan David 003 Dr. Daniel Deutch and Amir Rubinstein
11 Recitation Mon 11-13 Orenstein 103 Michal Kleinbort
12 Recitation Thu 10-12 Schreiber 006 Michal Kleinbort
13 Recitation Tue 14-16 Mon 11-13 Shenkar (Physics) 204 Software Eng. (TOCHNA) 106 Amir Gilad

Lab Support

Hours Location staff
Wed 10:30-12:30 Schreiber 004 lab Ofer Horowitz



Based on final exam (70-80%) and homework assignments (30-20%).
The exact weights will be decided after MOED A exam.
The short questionnaire about the course procedures (see in moodle) will add 2 points to the homework average, provided you will answer all its questions correctly.

Home Assignments

Please carefully read the instructions appearing at the assignments page (HW submission, appeals and checklist).
All HW assignments are mandatory.


The lectures given by Prof. Benny Chor at the 2012 fall senester (or, at least, most of them) are on YouTube:
However, bear in mind that these lectures are somewhat different from the lectures of our semester. Exam and HW are based on the material taught in class.

Forum Policy

You are welcome to use the discussion forums of this site. The links appear at the home page. Usually there will be a separate thread for each HW question, plus a general forum for questions not relating to the HW.

  • To encourage discussion, we will normally take some time before answering a posted question.
  • Read previous questions and answers before you post. We will ignore questions appearing more than once.
  • A question relevant for the entire course is more likely to get an answer when posted in the forum rather than when sent to us by email. Especially a day before the exam.
  • Keep the forum tidy by using threads wisely:
    • Give your posts informative titles. "A question" or "Question 5" are examples for bad titles.
    • Use the "preview" option before you finally post your message. Use "Options—>Edit" to edit your post if needed.
    • When writing a post that includes Hebrew: add

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