Mathematical Methods for Engineers OpenCourseWare: MIT's Free Online Graduate Mathematics Course for Engineering Students

Published Jan 24, 2009

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'Mathematical Methods for Engineers II' is a free OpenCourseWare class available online from MIT. It is an advanced-level graduate course for students who have already taken calculus and differential equations courses. The class applies mathematics to problems in engineering and computational science.

Mathematical Methods for Engineers II: Course Specifics

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Mathematical Methods for Engineers II: Course Description

'Mathematical Methods for Engineers II' is taught by professor Gilbert Strang. The course addresses ways to use a variety of equations in scientific computing. The main course topics include initial-value problems, optimization, numerical methods and network flows. Other theories examined in the course include Maxwell's equations, the Krylov method and von Neumann stabilities. Familiarity with calculus and differential equations is recommended.

Full audio and video versions of lectures are available for download, as well as academic papers, homework assignments and readings. If you're interested in finding out more about this course, visit the mathematics course page.

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