CPSC 542g Scientific Computing
(Graduate Breadth)

September-December 2007, Tuesday/Thursday 2-3:30 in DMP 101.

Make-up classes might be scheduled Friday 1-2:30, room TBA.

Instructor: Robert Bridson

Prerequisites: basic (3rd year) undergraduate scientific computing or willingness to pick up some basics on your own, advanced calculus and linear algebra.

This course is designed to fulfill the graduate breadth requirement in the topic of scientific computing. The goal is to prepare you either for using scientific computing in your own area (e.g. graphics, machine learning, vision, data mining, etc.) or to go on to more depth in particular topics in scientific computing.

Contacting Me

You can always email me at rbridson@cs.ubc.ca, or phone my office 604-822-1993 (email preferred). My office is X663; either drop by or email me to set up an appointment to be sure of seeing me.

I'm happy to help out with stuff, and also appreciate feedback on the course---if the pace is right, if you want to see some particular topic covered, etc.

Previous Offerings

New Stuff

November 27: Posted last year's final exam with solutions.

November 8: Assignment 3 online.

October 17: The final exam has been scheduled: December 10, 10am-1pm, X736 (CS Boardroom)

October 11: Make-up lectures are on some Fridays, 1-2pm, in ICICS room 204.

October 9: Assignment 2 online.

September 16: Assignment 1 online.

September 12: course is rescheduled to Tuesday/Thursday 2-3:30 in DMP 101.

August 28: Website is up.