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MATLAB as a Tool for Undergraduate Numerical Analysis
Jongmin Shim, Civil, Structural, and Environmental Engineering, University at Buffalo I have been teaching a numerical method course for undergraduates for the last seven years. The class covers basic MATLAB ...

Subject: Engineering

Challenges in Teaching Computation Online with Matlab for an Engineering Curriculum
Silvio Simani, University of Ferrara
Silvio Simani, Engineering, University of Ferrara In recent years (and not only in the actual situation) we are currently experimenting with students (not only from the BSc degree) who seem to lack of abstraction ...

Subject: Computer Science, Engineering

MATLAB Jump-Start with One Project
Yuxin Zhang, Washington State University-Tri Cities
Yuxin Zhang, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Washington State University-Tri Cities As a Mechanical engineer, it is essential to develop computational skills due to the following reasons: (1) Many ...

Subject: Engineering

A project-based mechanics and mathematics course utilizing MATLAB
Mettupalayam Sivaselvan, SUNY at Buffalo
Mettupalayam Sivaselvan, Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering, SUNY at Buffalo This essay is based on a first-year graduate-level course that I recently started teaching on mathematical principles ...

Subject: Mathematics, Engineering

Teaching Programming to Reluctant Students
Jeremy Riousset, Florida Institute of Technology-Melbourne
Jeremy A Riousset, APSS, Florida Institute of Technology-Melbourne I usually introduce my teaching philosophy on the first day of class via the following phrase: Science has not changed as much as the tools to ...

Subject: Physics

Teaching bolt group analysis using MATLAB
Mijia Yang, North Dakota State University-Main Campus
Mijia Yang, Civil and Environmental Engineering, North Dakota State University-Main Campus Teaching bolt group analysis using MATLABWhat is a bolt group?Bolt group is a critical component in structures, which ...

Subject: Engineering

Building community from afar: Teaching computation online to engineering students
Jennifer Jordan, Virginia Commonwealth University
Jennifer Jordan, Biomedical Engineering, Virginia Commonwealth University One of the greatest challenges in teaching online is to build a community of engaged learners. On top of many difficulties during the ...

Subject: Engineering

Getting Started With Computation
Rick Downs, Seattle Community College-South Campus
Rick Downs, Mathematics, South Seattle College Getting Started With ComputationIn the past, every time I have taught a class in Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, or Calculus I, II, III, and IV, I have given ...

Subject: Physics, Mathematics

Teaching Computation
Wendell Brokaw, Bellingham Technical College
Wendell Brokaw, Industrial Maintenance and Mechatronics, Bellingham Technical College I am new to teaching computation at the technical college level. The use of MATLAB affords the capability of mathematical ...

Subject: Engineering

Integrating Research into Numerical Modeling Classes
Marc Hesse, The University of Texas at Austin
Marc Hesse, Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin When I took over our departments class numerical modeling for upper division geophysics students, I decided to center the class around and ongoing ...

Subject: Physics, Mathematics, Environmental Science, Engineering, Geoscience