I do both undergraduate and MSc teaching. I teach the 2nd year undergraduate module Object-Oriented Programming II (OOP2) and the MSc Network and Services Management (NSM) module.
I also contribute to the MSc Introduction to Telecommunication Networks (ITN) and IP Networks (IPN) modules.
While at Surrey, I did mostly MSc teaching and I was responsible for the curriculum development of the Communications, Networks and Software MSc.
- Object-Oriented Programming II - spring semester, 2nd year. This is a relatively advanced course on object-oriented programming using Java that builds on the 1st year's Object-Oriented Programming I.
- Network and Service Management - spring semester, MSc. This module is based on the equivalent module I was organising and teaching at Surrey, which is turn was based on the same course I had initially designed and was teaching at UCL in 1995-1997. My notes cover basic network/service management principles; distributed management models; the Internet SNMP, OSI-SM CMIS/P and OMG CORBA as basic technologies; network configuration for intra- and inter-domain traffic engineering; and frameworks and principles for quality of service management. My Surrey ex-colleague Dr Michael Howarth does network configuration for inter-domain traffic engineering.
George Pavlou (g dot pavlou at ucl dot ac dot uk)
this page last updated 27 November 2011