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Contribution to Undergraduate Training

While CIM's role in graduate training is well recognized both within and outside the university, it is important to note that, at the undergraduate level, CIM contributes substantially in various ways. In addition to the approximately 15 undergraduate courses taught by CIM faculty members, the Centre makes a valuable contribution to undergraduate training (1) by making its research facilities available to CIM research personnel for purposes of developing courses, whereby our rich stock of hardware and software is second to none; (2) by providing the academic departments with excellent teaching assistants drawn from a talented pool of graduate students; and (3) by providing a continuous source of undergraduate projects, and the facilities in which to conduct them, to the various departments.


Figure 2.1: CIM Chart



Annual Report

Mon Jun 26 21:22:20 GMT 2000