Instructors: Professor Ming-Ying Leung and Dr. Natasha Sharma
Meeting Times: Tu-Th 1:30pm-2:50pm
Office Hours: Thursdays 3:00pm-4:00pm or By appointment
Place : Bell Hall 143 (Lectures) and Bell Hall 130A (Practical Session)
TextBook: Mathematical Modeling and Simulation: Introduction for Scientists and Engineers, Kai Velten, Wiley-VCH, 2009, ISBN: 9783527407588.
This course is oriented towards computer simulation of selected practical problems from physics, engineering, geology, biology or chemistry. Students learn to create mathematical models formulate modeling assumptions, select appropriate numerical methods, implement them in the form of a computer program, and visualize the numerical results. Emphasis is given to verification and validation procedures.
Click here for the syllabus of the course.
Calculus and Matrix Algebra, CPS 5401 with grade of B or better; or permission of the instructor.
Assignments: Expect to be assessed on exams, homeworks, class performance and attendance.
Topic for the week
Assignments for the week
17th January-1st March
Phenomenological models taught by Prof. Leung for the first six weeks
6th - 8th March
Tu: Introduction to discrete Mechanistic Models. Slides can be found here.