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* [[Iridia Supplementary Information Instructions page]] - Information on HOW TO use the Iridia Supplementary Information page.
 
* [[Iridia Supplementary Information Instructions page]] - Information on HOW TO use the Iridia Supplementary Information page.
 
* [[Write Better English]] - Basic pointers on how to raise the level of english in your paper.
 
* [[Write Better English]] - Basic pointers on how to raise the level of english in your paper.
 
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* [[Seminars | Seminars]] - and talks given in IRIDIA, and more generally in Brussels.
 
 
   
 
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Revision as of 17:11, 8 July 2008

Practicalities

Research

  • Robotics (S-Bots, E-pucks, Software, Links)
  • Publications (how to publish IRIDIA reports, digital libraries)

Infrastructure

Weekly meetings


Adding information

A Wiki is an excellent tool to maintain dynamic information. If you want to add something to this Wiki feel very free contact the system administrator and get an account. It is straight-forward to add and change the information in MediaWiki. Simply press edit on the top of this page to see how it was done. If you create a link to a non-existing page within this Wiki you can create that page by following the link - of course you would need a login to do so!. Pictures and documents have to be uploaded before they can be used on pages. All popular image formats are supported and pdf and ps documents are allowed .

For more information on the Wiki mark-up language see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:How_to_edit_a_page. When you become good at it, you can make cool looking pages.

Detailed topics

Practicalities

  • Lab responsibilities
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