Math Refresher for Engineers, Rochester Institute of Technology 

Mathematical Refresher for the Students of Mechanical Engineering at the Rochester Institute of Technology Submitted: Sep 10, 2007

Programming Concepts for Mechanical Engineers 

Description: 
This course introduces the student to the world of programming through MATLAB to develop scientific and engineering models. The student will be able to write beginner level programs that include conditional statements, repetition loops, input/output of files, modular programming including subprograms, and matrix manipulation.
PREREQUISITES: Calculus I and Physics I
TEXTBOOK: Essentials of MATLAB Programming (Paperback) by Stephen J. Chapman (Author): Publisher: ThomsonEngineering; 1 edition (October 6, 2005): ISBN10: 0495073008 
Target audience: 
Introductory undergraduate (1st or 2nd year) 
Academic institution: 
University of South Florida 
Materials available: 
Problem sets/projects, Course outline/syllabus, Downloadable code/data files 
Products: 
MATLAB 
Submitted: Jun 26, 2008

Interactive MATLAB Course 

Description: 
This course is designed for students of the departments of Mechanical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering of the Eindhoven University of Technology to get familiar with the basics of the computer program Matlab.
The contents of the course are as follows:
Chapter 1: Basic elements of MATLAB;
Chapter 2: The numerical toolbox;
Chapter 3: The symbolic toolbox;
Chapter 4: Linear algebra;
Chapter 5: Ordinary differential equations;
Chapter 6: Programming;
Chapter 7: Simulink.
Each chapter ends with a set of exercises with their solutions; detailed solutions are available for odd numbered exercises while for even numbered exercises only the final answers will be given. 
Target audience: 
Introductory undergraduate (1st or 2nd year) 
Institution: 
Eindhoven University of Technology 
Materials available: 
Problem sets or projects, Primers or tutorials 
Products: 
MATLAB,Symbolic Math Toolbox,Simulink 
Submitted: Oct 16, 2008

Modeling and Simulation of Natural and Engineered Systems 

Description: 
The objective of this course is to introduce students to the mathematics and modeling tools necessary to analyze and simulate natural and engineered systems. The course includes three broad areas of modeling and analysis: that of stationary processes, linear dynamic systems and neural networks. Topics include modeling time series with ARIMA models, applications of artificial neural networks, building state space models for dynamic systems, and performing sensitivity and stability analyses.
Course material created by Professor Judith Cardell. 
Target audience: 
Advanced undergraduate (3rd or 4th year) 
Institution: 
Smith College 
Materials available: 
Problem sets or projects, Course outline or syllabus, Downloadable code or data files 
Products: 
MATLAB 
Submitted: Jul 23, 2008

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