School of Chemical and Environmental Engineering
Now offering two distinct diplomas: Chemical Engineering and Environmental Engineering
1. COURSE INFORMATION:
|Course ID||MATH 105||Semester||1st|
|Course Modules||Instruction Hours per Week||ECTS|
|Lectures and Laboratory assignments||5|
Th=3, E=0, L=2
|Course Type||General Background|
|The course is offered to Erasmus students||No|
|Course URL||https//www.eclass.tuc.gr/courses/MHPER307/ (in Greek)|
2. LEARNING OUTCOMES
The course aims to introduce the basic methodologies of application development and computer programming for use in many other core curriculum subjects. The course introduces fundamental algorithm development methods and their implementation into computational environments.
This basic course aims at introducing students to the basic concepts of constructing and implementing algorithms of numerical methods for solving science and engineering problems. The course starts with an emphasis on understanding the context of problem solving, selecting suitable techniques and numerical methods, and constructing a suitable algorithm. Algorithms are implemented in a modern Fortran computing environment.
After successfully completing the course, a student will be able to:
3. COURSE SYLLABUS
Theory: Introduction to algorithms. Structured Programming. Development of correct and efficient algorithms. Main features of modern programming languages. Programming using Fortran language: Data input/output commands, use of data variables, arithmetic operations, iterations, control structures, vectors and matrices, use of data files, subroutines and functions. Assignments.
Laboratories: Hands-on training on Fortran programming in a Unix environment.
4. INSTRUCTION and LEARNING METHODS - ASSESSMENT
|Lecture Method||Lectures and laboratory|
|Use of Information and Communication Technology||Specialized software,Power point presentations,E-class support|
|Instruction Organisation||Activity||Workload per Semester|
|- Lab assignments||20|
|- Autonomous study||33|
I. One final exam including application development and questions on critical thinking (70%).
II. Two computer lab tests in Fortran coding (30%).
5. RECOMMENDED READING