Worksheet 4 is due to January 7, 2008, i.e. the worksheet is to be done during the Christmas holidays. As some people might have already booked journeys not fitting to the University's schedule, we kindly offer the following alternatives:
Please note that due to the big number of students, we are not able to allow individual students to pass their solution without their group. Furthermore, if people can neither attend the first nor the second deadline, we need a written doctoral certificate stating that you were not able to attend the presentation. Schedule conflicts because of vacation cannot be taken into account.
Please register your teams this week at room 02.05.040. On Monday, November 5, the slots will be announced when the teams have to present their work (also at 02.05.040). We will try to coordinate the oral presentation slots with the Introduction to Programming lecture.
From 2005, this course will be given in every winter term
The course is conducted in English.
The "Scientific Computing Lab" serves as an introduction to several topics within the discipline of "Scientific Computing". This includes mathematical modelling, discretization of the models, numerical schemes to solve the discretized problem, and the implementation of these numerical methods. Questions of visualization are touched, as well.
The aim of the course is:
The application fields covered by the course are, for example, population modelling, structural analysis, heat transport, simple fluid dynamics, and several others.