How to find the Administrative Office?

How to find S. Zeitounian, she is very helpful for all your deals with the DI?

You can reach easily the administrative office (LE 237), only 6 steps


  • Step 1: reach the Monod Building at the ENS
  • Step 2: Enter through the entry opposite to the main entrance (in direction of Physic lecture halls)
  • Step 3: Go just on the front of the lecture halls
  • Step 4: Turn to the left and pass the lecture halls G, F and E
  • Step 5: Turn to the right after the lecture hall E and go to the corridor 2
  • Step 6: It’s the 4rd door on your right (just before the corridor B)

Open from Monday to Friday

9:00am-12:15pm
1:15pm-5:00pm

Admistrative Office of the DI
Admistrative Office of the DI

M1 2018-2019

This page gathers useful informations for students following the first year of Master in Computer Science at École Normale Supérieure de Lyon.

The rules for the Master are here. See here for a description of the year.

First semester.

Courses offered: CAP (Laure Gonnord), IT (Omar Fawzi, TDs), PEN (Éric Thierry, TDs), OA (Nicolas Bousquet), APPD (Anne Benoit), Integrated Project (Eddy Caron).

Here is the typical weekly schedule for the first semester.

Weekly schedules: 22-26 oct15-19 oct8-12 oct1-5 oct 24-28 sept 17-21 sept. 10-15 sept.

Here is the fiche de choix de modules (choice of courses), to be left in D. Hirschkoff’s “mailbox” before sept. 26th at noon.

Midterm exams I am aware of: APPD nov. 5th, PEN nov. 5th, CAP nov. 8th.

Holidays: 29/10-3/11, and 22/12-5/1.

Research schools.

Two research schools are organised, in the weeks 12-16 nov. and 26-30 nov. During those weeks, no course and no TD in M1 (language courses go on, and you are supposed to attend).

Internship

Slides of the meeting of sept. 25th, 2018.

Back to school.

The welcome reception of the Computer Science Department will be on sept. 17th, at 16.00, at the IFÉ (Institut Français de l’Éducation).

A mandatory meeting took place on sept. 10th, at 9h00, in Amphi A. See here the slides of the presentation, and here for slides of the centre de langues.

Students who were at ENSL in L3 in 2017-2018 did their administrative registration on friday, sept. 7th.

Class representants.

Théophile Dubuc and Antonin Dudermel are your class representants this year.

Distributed Systems

Distributed Systems

Course offered in the second semester of M1.

Course contents:

  • Introduction
    – Distributed System Modelization
    – Communication Protocol
  • Classic Algorithms
    – Wave Algorithms
    – Transversal Algorithms
    – Leader Election
    – Mutual Exclusion
  • Fault Tolerance
    – Fault Tolerance introduction
    – Self-stabilization
  • Advanced Algorithms
    – k-clustering in distributed systems
    – Clock synchronization in distributed systems
  • Practical Sessions
    – Introduction to Erlang