CSCI 4150/6150: Numerical Simulations in Science and Engineering
OFFICE: Boyd Graduate Studies Research Center, Room 420
OFFICE HOURS: T, Th 1:00 PM - 1:50 PM, GSRC 420
PREREQUISITE: A Programming language and one semester course in calculus
Credit Hours: 4 hours
LECTURES: 07M/75 T,TH GSRC Room 306
TEXT: "Numerical Mathematics, 2008" by Matheus Grasselli and Dmitry Pelinovsky.
A number of mathematical modeling of science and engineering problems will be discussed and implemented. Available mathematical software packages(matlab and maple) and visualization tools will be used in the numerical simulations
HOMEWORK AND READING:Will be assigned to help you understand the material. Homework will be collected in lectures.
Graduate students will be asked to do extra problem(s) on the tests and homeworks and/or a project.
MAKE UP TESTS: No make up tests.
Unexcused test absences result in a score of zero for the missing test. Excused absences require extenuating circumstances and advance notice; the missing grade will be replaced by the Final Exam grade.
Note: The course syllabus provides a general plan for the course; deviations may be necessary.
Academic Honesty: The Departemnt Policy applies: see overleaf.