110112 Natural Science Lab Unit - Numerical Software

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Instructors: Ph.D. Sergiy Vasylkevych

Type: Lab

Org-unit:

Course Name Abbreviation: NatSciLab NumSoft

Hours per week: 10

Credits: 2.50

Min. | Max. participants: - | 60

Partial Grades:
Final Grade

Official Course Description:
The Natural Science Lab Units in Mathematics and ACM will introduce the computer as a tool for the working mathematician, as well as for scientists in many other fields.
The Lab Unit Numerical Software introduces Matlab and its free cousin Octave, software packages that allow easy and in many cases efficient implementations of matrix-based "number crunching". The software is ideal for numerical work such as solving differential equations or analyzing large amounts of laboratory data. The computer will be used as a tool in this course so that you will also learn some mathematics alongside learning to use the computer program. This Lab Unit is particularly suited students from both schools interested in experiments, as Matlab is used as a standard tool for analyzing and visualizing data by scientists in many fields of research.

Small group(s)
This course is divided into the following sections:
  • Natural Science Lab Unit - Numerical Software - Module II

    Ph.D. Sergiy Vasylkevych

    Th, 13. Mar. 2014 [14:15]-Fri, 4. Apr. 2014 [18:30]

  • Natural Science Lab Unit - Numerical Software - Module III

    Ph.D. Sergiy Vasylkevych

    Th, 10. Apr. 2014 [14:15]-Fri, 16. May 2014 [18:30]

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Ph.D. Sergiy Vasylkevych