CS 6210: Advanced Scientific Computing I
Instructor: Bei Wang Phillips (beiwang AT sci.utah.edu,
This course is a graduate breadth course to give students exposure to
the algorithms and implementations often used in scientific computing.
It is assumed that students have had some previous experience to
numerical methods (such as in an introductory numerical analysis or
scientific computing course) or in a numerical ODEs course; however,
for the diligent student, very little previous knowledge is required
(other than basic calculus, linear algebra and ODEs). This course
will be followed by an advanced graduate course that focuses on the
numerical solution of partial differential equations (CS 6220:
Advanced Scientific Computing II).
Bei Wang Phillips: Tuesdays 1:45 pm - 3:00 pm or by appointment (beiwang AT sci.utah.edu), WEB 4608
Most communication is handled through the Canvas system. Additionally, please feel free to email the TA and the instructor for questions.
When class material questions are sent to the instructor or the TA, we may isolate the question and post the response to Canvas (so that all can learn from both the question and answer).
A First Course in Numerical Methods by Uri M. Ascher and Chen Greif