MSE-671 / 1 credit
Teacher: Carter William Craig
Remark: Summer 2023
The student has been exposed to the use of modelling, coding, and visualization as a means to understand a research problem more deeply. The student will have experience in symbolic and numerical of Mathematica. The student has been exposed to data analysis and visualization.
Students will use modelling, coding, and visualization as a means to understand a research problem more deeply--or at least differently. The class will be given using Mathematica, but the examples translate to any high-level language. Students will be exposed to symbolic and numerical computation, simulation algorithms, data analysis, and visualization. Students are encouraged to use the oppornity to extend their thesis resaerch.
Materials Science, Computation, Data Exploration, Visualization, Symbolic and Numerical Calculations.
In the programs
- Number of places: 25
- Exam form: Oral (session free)
- Subject examined: Computation, Modeling and Visualization
- Lecture: 9 Hour(s)
- Exercises: 6 Hour(s)
- Project: 10 Hour(s)