Métodos Formais em Engenharia de Software

Mestrado Integrado em Engenharia Informática - MFES 2019/2020



17 Set - Vídeo de apresentação da edição de tinynew.gif 2020/21.

30 Mar - VF: alteração do método de avaliação. tinynew.gif

21 Fev - VF: aula de substituição será, 4ª feira, 26-Fev, às 14:00, na sala 0.04 do DI.

10 Fev - CSI: afixadas as notas finais na página de CSI.

4 Fev - As aulas de AC e VF iniciam-se esta quinta-feira, 6-Fev.

28 Jan - CSI: o exame de recurso terá lugar na sala E2-1.10 às 9h00.

26 Jan - CSI: estão lançadas as classificações após a realização do teste - ver página CSI. Atendimento para mostrar os testes: dia 27-Jan, às 16h.

13 Jan - CSI: a aula de dúvidas amanhã de tarde será às 17h, na sala 0.09, e não às 16h, como por lapso disse a alguns alunos. Pf ver Sumarios.

13 Jan - CSI: matéria para a parte 2 do teste - ver FAQ 9 na página de CSI.

13 Jan - CSI: o teste terá lugar no dia 16-Jan às 14h, na sala E7-0.07.

13 Jan - CSI: haverá uma aula de dúvidas amanhã de tarde, na sala 0.09, pf ver Sumarios.

5 Jan - EM: o prazo para a entrega do TP2 foi adiado uma semana.

2 Jan - CSI: estão lançadas as classificações do mini-teste na página CSI.

3 Dez - CSI: os alunos devem prestar atenção ao material pedagógico que vai aparecendo na página da disciplina.

24 Nov - CSI: os alunos devem prestar atenção às FAQs que vão saindo na página da disciplina.

12 Nov - CSI: mini-teste terá lugar no dia 28-Nov às 14h, na sala E7-0.07. Haverá aula depois até às 17h.

10 Nov - CSI: Caso de estudo da aula de 7-Nov ('campeonato de futebol') adicionado ao material da disciplina.

29 Out - CSI: Formulário actualizado colocado na página respectiva.

2 Out - Atenção à mudança de sala de ATS: passa para CP2.-2.08.

26 Set - Atenção à mudança de sala de CSI: passa da 1.10 para a 0.07 (Edifício 7).

17 Set - Início das aulas: 17-Set (ATS).

-- JoseNunoOliveira - 17 Sep 2019

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