APMA E4302 Methods in Computational Science. 3 points.
Prerequisites: (APMA E4300) and application and knowledge in C, Fortran or similar complied language.
Introduction to the key concepts and issues in computational science aimed at getting students to a basic level of understanding where they can run simulations on machines aimed at a range of applications and sizes from a single workstation to modern super-computer hardware. Topics include but are not limited to basic knowledge of UNIX shells, version control systems, reproducibility, Open MP, MPI, and many-core technologies. Applications will be used throughout to demonstrate the various use cases and pitfalls of using the latest computing hardware.
Fall 2018: APMA E4302
|Course Number||Section/Call Number||Times/Location||Instructor||Points||Enrollment|
|APMA 4302||001/10019||M W 2:40pm - 3:55pm