If you want to post a message to request help during a "Help Session", please use the following forum (and not Assignment-1 forum):
If you have a question regarding Assignment-1 outside a help session , you can use the following forum :
Instructions on how to submit your ENGG1811 Assignment-1 is now added to the specification.
You can now use the Style Assessor for Assignment-1 to check and improve your style.
Additional slides and video for week-07 lecture are now available:
Week-08 lab is now available. At the start of the lab specifications, you will find help videos on Matlab. Please watch the help videos (no audio) before attempting the exercises. They provide comprehensive introduction to the Matlab topics required for the lab exercises. If you are familiar with a topic(s), you can increase display speed (speed upto 2.0X , button located at the bottom right corner) to quickly glanced through the topics covered in the videos.
Assignment-1 is now available, see " Assignment 1 " in the left panel. Please read the specifications before tomorrow's lecture, we will discuss it in the lecture.
I will release Assignment-1 in tomorrow's lecture (Tuesday, 05 September).
The following video explains how computer programming and computation thinking are used to solve problems in transport engineering.
One of the links from the database to webcms3 is not working at this point, it should be fixed in a day or two. Meanwhile, you can check your marks using the following link:
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The solutions to the sample mid session test are available at:
Please read the following reply from Andrew Lem in case you see an error message like - "this file has been protected with a password and cannot be opened":
Your ENGG1811 Mid-Session Exam will be conducted during the first part of your week 5 lab . You can use use OpenOffice Calc only, no web access, however Documentation will be provided. Answer questions in spreadsheet and submit the file.
ENGG1811 Sample Mid Session Test
is now available at:
Solutions for the above sample test will be available on Thursday Week-04.
Mondays and Fridays 12 -2. Check the Help Sessions page for further details.
These are not compulsory. You may attend them to prepare for your lab or to catch up etc.
To access lecture recording, please following instructions available under " Lecture Recordings " in the left panel.
ENGG1811 course website is available at:
Please note that ENGG1811 course website is not on the moodle.
Welcome to ENGG1811 (Computing for Engineers)!
The first meeting (lecture) is at 2pm Tuesday 25 July 2017 , in Sir John Clancy Auditorium (K-C24-G17). The course outline is now available, please see the link " Course Outline " in the left panel . Please read it all, and ask questions in the first lecture on anything that's not clear. The course material will be available on this website, so you may want to bookmark this page.
Labs start in Week-2 , so there are no labs in Week-1.
See you on Tuesday!