At Georgia Tech

Spring 2024: 

Pre-requisites: (1) introductory programming course or equivalent experience: you should be proficient with for loops, if/else statements, logical operators (and/or), and array indexing. (2) Undergraduate math through multivariable calculus and differential equations (MATH 1551, 1552, 1553, 2551, 2552).

*QNU is a distance learning section. 

Pre-requisites: (1) graduate coursework in the numerical solution of PDEs, e.g. MATH 6640 a graduate-level CFD or finite element course. Numerical linear algebra and linear control theory helpful but not required. (2) scientific computing programming proficiency - you should be able to implement simple PDE solvers without help. Interested students unsure if they satisfy the pre-requisites can email me to discuss. 


Previously at Caltech

Previously at MIT

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