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Introduction to Numerical Modeling

Prof. Dr. Thomas Slawig, Department of Computer Sciences, CAU

11 March – 13 March 2019
daily: 09:00 h – 16:00 h

Leibnizstraße 3, room 17

Prep Meeting: 1 March, 09:30 h, Leibnizstraße 3, room 17

Models are widely used in the ocean sciences and thus in the Cluster Future Ocean.
This course gives an overview on Numerical Modeling with both ordinary and partial differential equations.

You have the chance to:

- understand the basic discretization and solution techniques for differential equations
- know how they are implemented
- know where you can look for more information and software
- get more experience in programming

The course is aimed at PhD students and researchers with basic programming experience (e.g. Matlab) that want to extend their skills in numerical mathematics, understand the basic features of simulation models and maybe the specific model they use.
It includes introductory presentations and group work with and without computers.

ISOS candidates have priority in our courses.
Usually, child care can be provided – please get in touch with us as soon as possible.


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