Imperial College London

DrAnthonyField

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Computing

Reader in Performance Engineering
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 8364t.field Website

 
 
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Location

 

354Huxley BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Simulation and Modelling - CO337

Aims

In this module you will have the opportunity to:

  • use operational laws to relate different system performance measures and analyse systems scalability
  • design and implement discrete-event simulation models of simple systems
  • specify parallel simulation models
  • study the mathematical foundations of Markov processes and queueing theory
  • develop and solve mathematical models of simple queueing systems
  • apply the methods learnt to study the performance of real systems

Role

Course Leader

Advanced Programming - CO191

Aims

See listing for Computing Practical 1.

Role

Course Leader

Programming I (Haskell) - CO120.1

Aims

See listing for Computing Practical 1.

Role

Course Leader

Computing Practical 1 - CO161

Aims

In this module you will have the opportunity to develop various practical skills, including programming, Web development, basic academic research and both written and oral communication skills, all of which are important attributes of a professional software engineer. The programming aspects of this module will also give you a chance to put into practice some of the theoretical material covered in the first year lecture courses and to explore additional topics in Computing that will be built on in later years.                

 

Role

Course Leader

Individual Project MEng - EIE - CO401I

Aims

In this module you will have the opportunity to demonstrate independence and originality, to plan and organise a large project over a long period, and to put into practice the knowledge, skills and research methods that you have learnt throughout the course.

Role

Organiser