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Here is the list of classes along with their info for the next semester:

- UCLA / UCLAClass
- # students: 50
- # machines: Some assignments require 1 machine per student. At least one requires 4. Students do assignments individually.
- # assignments: 5
- due dates: These dates aren't firm, but the plan is currently to have assignments due October 8, October 15, October 29, November 5, and November 12.

- USC / USCCSci530
- # students: 90 - 120
- # machines: 3-5 per assignment, depending on the assignment
- # assignments: 3-4 substansive, 1 initial familiarization
- due dates: substansive Oct - late Nov, initial mid-September

- UC Berkeley
- Vanderbilt University VandyCS285
- When is class offered: Fall 2010
- Project name on DETER: VandyCS285
- Expected number of students: 15
- # Assignments: 2
- First assignment given: Nov 1
- Time to do the assignment: 16 days
- Machines needed: 50 (at least 3 per student)
- Second assignment given: Nov 18
- Time to do the assignment: 3 weeks
- Machines needed: 80 (8 per group of 4 students)
- Class ends: Dec 09.

- Colorado State / ColoState356
- When is class offered: Fall 2010
- Project name on DETER: ColoState356
- Expected number of students: 40
- # Assignments: 6, roughly every two weeks
- First assignment given: late-august - this is a warm-up to get accounts and start using DETER
- Time to do the assignment: 1 week
- Machines needed: 40 (one per student)
- Subsequent assignments given: roughly two weeks between assignments
- Time to do the assignment: 2 weeks
- Machines needed: 40 (3 per group of 3 students)
- Class ends: December 17th

- University of Portland
- Youngstown State University

This was listed for USC but appears to be inaccurate:

- USC
- When is class offered: Fall 2010
- Project name on DETER: SMC-CS78 (already established)
- Expected number of students: 25-40
- # Assignments: 2-4
- First assignment given: probably September
- Time to do the assignment: 1 week
- Machines needed: variable per assignment but more than one per student (3-5) so low/high estimates become 25x3=75 and 40x5=200
- Subsequent assignments given: spread over Oct-Dec20
- Time to do each assignment: 1 week
- Class date range: 8/30/10-12/21/10