Course Number 0366-3013-02
Course Name Seminar in Applied Mathematics
Academic Unit The Raymond and Beverly Sackler Faculty of Exact Sciences -
Mode of Instruction Tutorial
Credit Hours 2
Semester 2022/2
Course is taught in English
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Short Course Description

Seminar in applied math 0366.3013

The goal of the seminar is to expose students with sufficient mathematical background to advanced topics in applied and computational mathematics. In particular, we mark the following targets:
1. Learning applied math methods that sometime do not get the center of attention in standard undergraduate courses. For example, manifold approximation, dimension-reduction techniques, advanced learning methods, and more.
2. Experiencing an academic study in a small group with a research flavor and facing peer-reviewing in both sides of the process.
3. Presenting an advanced mathematical material in front of an expert audience.

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PrerequisiteCalculus 2a (03661102) +Linear Algebra 2a (03661112) +Introduction To (03661105) +Introduction To (03661123) +Numerical Analysis (03662105) +Introduction To (03681105)

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