Applied MathematicsAM 209 Foundations of Scientific Computing

Covers the fundamental aspects of scientific computing for research. Introduces algorithmic development; programming (including the use of compilers, libraries, debugging, optimization, and code publication); computational infrastructure; and data-analysis tools. Students gain hands-on experience through practical assignments. Basic programming experience will be assumed. May be taught in conjunction with AM 129 some quarters. (Formerly AMS 209.)


Enrollment is restricted to graduate students; undergraduates may enroll by permission of the instructor.