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CME 181

Projects in Applied and Computational Mathematics

  • Not Offered

3 units

Letter (ABCD/NP)

Teams of students use techniques in applied and computational mathematics to tackle problems of their choosing. Students will have the opportunity to pursue open-ended projects in a variety of areas: economics, physics, political science, operations research, etc. Projects can cover (but are not limited to!) topics such as mathematical modeling of real-world phenomena (population dynamics), data-driven applications (movie recommendations) or complex systems in engineering (optimal control). Each team will be paired with a graduate student mentor working in applied and computational mathematics. Limited enrollment. Prerequisites: CME 100/102/104 or equivalents, or instructor consent. Recommended: CME 106/108 and familiarity with programming at the level of CME 192/193.

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