Coorous Mohtadi, MathWorks
Ever wondered about the balance between theory, practice, and the use of technology in your courses? What does industry need and expect to remain competitive? How do I leverage computing in my research? Technical computing is defined as the union of math and programming, and by having these skills students are better prepared for upper-level courses, research, and industry. In this session, we discuss the significance and broad application of technical computing in education.
Recorded: 1 Aug 2013
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