Python for Scientific Computing - Part 02
Location: 58 Edgewood Avenue Northeast, Room 365
This workshop is the second session of a workshop series where the instructor will introduce Python as a language for scientific computing. The intended audience is intermediate users of the Python language. Basic knowledge of Linear algebra will be helpful. The second workshop will cover ingredients of scientific computing. The instructor will show how to solve Ordinary differential equations, compute Fourier transform, perform simple integration, solve Linear algebra problems and some optimization problems using SciPy package in Python. The participants will complete all hands-on material using web-based tools, DICE High-Performance Interactive learning environment, and no software installation needed on local computers.
Attendees are expected to bring laptop computers to access the web-based tools during the workshop.
Registration is only open for Georgia State student, faculty and staff.
Instructor: Dr. Suranga Edirisinghe (firstname.lastname@example.org), with the Advanced Scientific Computing support group at GSU Research Solutions
- Wednesday, August 22, 2018
- 1:00pm - 4:00pm