Mt. San Antonio College
Eugene Mahmoud is a professor and department co-chair of Physics and Engineering at Mt. San Antonio College. Professor Mahmoud is a creative educator committed to excellence in project-based technical instruction and increasing access to STEM careers. He is the Principal Investigator for the National Science Foundation-sponsored project - 'Developing Pathways to Engineering Technology Careers'. He has been teaching computational modelling and engineering programming since 2015.
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Unprecedented part of Teaching Computation in the Sciences Using MATLAB:Matlab Workshop 2020:Activities
This project is designed to introduce lower-division science and engineering students to mathematical modelling through the analysis of real-world data related to the novel coronavirus global pandemic. The project ...
Cool Roof part of Teaching Computation in the Sciences Using MATLAB:Matlab Workshop 2018:Activities
This project is a hands-on, open-ended, collaborative assessment of students' abilities to collect numerical data, and develop mathematical models of naturally occurring phenomena. Students design physical ...
Programming Applications for Engineers part of Teaching Computation in the Sciences Using MATLAB:Matlab Workshop 2018:Course Descriptions
Programming Applications for Engineers is an integrated, lecture-lab, semester-long course that introduces lower-division engineering and physics students to numerical analysis and computational problem solving. ...
Developmentally Appropriate Numerical Analysis for Engineers? part of Teaching Computation in the Sciences Using MATLAB:Matlab Workshop 2018:Essays
Eugene Mahmoud, Physics and Engineering, Mt. San Antonio College A lot of the functionality of MATLAB for engineering students is in topics that most first-year and second-year students have yet to ...