UWEC CS 170 - CS 170 Introduction (41 pages)

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CS 170 Introduction

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School:
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Course:
Cs 170 - Computing for the Sciences and Mathematics

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CS 170 Computing for the Sciences and Mathematics Prof Dan Ernst Department of Computer Science Welcome to CS 170 Instructor Dan Ernst Office P 139 ernstdj uwec edu Course Web Site http www cs uwec edu ernstdj courses cs170 https uwec courses wisconsin edu D2L for grades Introductions My background PhD Michigan 2005 High performance computer architecture Mentoring undergraduates Teach computer architecture and systems software Multiple collaborative research projects w science and math Director UWEC Center for Computational Science Outside Workshops for the Supercomputing Education Program and National Computational Science Institute Your Turn What is your name Where are you from What year you are in your studies What is your favorite use for computers Course Website http www cs uwec edu ernstdj courses cs170 The web site is an integral part of the course Website will provide Lab assignment information and due dates Exam information dates times Lecture slides be sure to take your own notes Samples from class Getting Information Read your e mail Class e mail group will be used by the instructor Membership mandatory I assume you read everything sent to this list Getting Help When you have questions Regarding HELP with course materials and assignments Come to office hours Phillips 139 Wednesday 1 3 pm Thursday 9 30 11 30 am OR by appointment just e mail or call my office Send me an e mail ernstdj uwec edu What is CS 170 An introduction to the application of computational resources to solving problems in the sciences and mathematics Goals Knowledge Understand the modeling process Work with some standard modeling techniques Skills Gain experience in working with computational tools Vensim Maple etc What This Course is About This course is NOT about Programming general applications take CS 163 145 Making web pages take CS 318 Ingredients of designing and writing software Computer programs A programming language C Elementary programming concepts Universal constructs Useful



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