A collection of courses that use MATLAB submitted by participants in the Teaching Computation Using MATLAB workshops.
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Programming Applications for Engineers part of Teaching Computation with MATLAB:MATLAB Workshop 2018:Course Descriptions
Eugene Mahmoud, Mt. San Antonio College
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. ...
Subject: Physics, Engineering
Introduction to Geophysics part of Teaching Computation with MATLAB:MATLAB Workshop 2019:Course Descriptions
Gordana Garapic, SUNY College at New Paltz
Geophysics is the study of physical processes of the solid Earth. Many problems in geophysics can be expressed and visualized by relatively simple equations. MATLAB is a convenient way to do this in practice. The ...
From zero to Matlab in six weeks - with Freshmen part of Teaching Computation with MATLAB:Teaching with MATLAB 2015:Course Descriptions
Frederik J Simons, Princeton University
How to bring Freshmen up to speed in Matlab programming. A series of targeted demonstrations and exercises accompanying a first one-semester course (a "Freshman Seminar") in the Geosciences as taught at ...
Linear Circuit 1 part of Teaching Computation with MATLAB:MATLAB Workshop 2019:Course Descriptions
Ben Oni, Tuskegee University
The Linear circuit course introduces freshmen electrical and computer engineering students to foundation electrical circuit laws and principles. This course is purely lecture. The laboratory component of the course ...
Subject: Engineering, Computer Science
Vince Cronin: Using GPS, Strain, and Earthquakes in Structural Geology at Baylor University part of GPS, Strain, and Earthquakes
Students get particularly excited when they learn that GPS deformation analyses are a recent research area that most geology majors are not even studying yet and are really tickled to learn frontier science. Learning about earthquakes from the position of research that could be helpful to societal planning, empowers them to think about geology in a much more active way: make geohazards more manageable. They were very interested to see the link between GPS measurements of strain in the crust and faults and folds that seem to be the product or physical manifestation of the strain that they computed. And where those faults pass through population centers, they came to understand the growing threat faced by the people of those communities.
Subject: Geoscience:Geology:Structural Geology
Data Science for Biologists part of Teaching Computation with MATLAB:MATLAB Workshop 2018:Course Descriptions
Michael Wright, California State University-Sacramento
The primary goal for this course will be to teach data science techniques to upper division biology students. Students will learn how to work with data originating from different fields within Biology.
MATH1314-Precalculus I, College Algebra and Geometry part of Teaching Computation with MATLAB:MATLAB Workshop 2019:Course Descriptions
Edith Aguirre, El Paso Community College
Provides in-depth study and applications of polynomial, rational, radical, exponential and logarithmic functions, and systems of equations using matrices. Additional topics such as sequences, series, probability, ...
ENGR 25: Engineering Computing - MATLAB part of Teaching Computation with MATLAB:MATLAB Workshop 2020:Course Descriptions
Tess Weathers, Chabot College
Methodology and techniques for solving engineering/science problems using numerical-analysis computer-application programs MATLAB, SimuLink, and EXCEL. Technical computing and visualization using MATLAB software. ...
Data Analysis part of Teaching Computation with MATLAB:Teaching with MATLAB 2015:Course Descriptions
David Heslop, Australian National University
The aim of this course is to provide an introduction to statistical and numerical techniques that are useful in the analysis and characterization of geological data. A focus is placed on conceptual understanding of ...
Quantitative Data Analysis (GLY3455) part of Teaching Computation with MATLAB:Teaching with MATLAB 2015:Course Descriptions
Scott Marshall, Appalachian State University
Modern Earth and environmental scientists deal with complex and often very large quantitative data sets that are typically not useful or understandable in raw form. The main goal of this course is to provide a ...
Subject: Geoscience, Environmental Science