1. COURSE INFORMATION:
School  Environmental Engineering  
Course Level  Undergraduate  
Course ID  MATH 106  Semester  2^{nd} 
Course Category  Required  
Course Modules  Instruction Hours per Week  ECTS  
Lectures and Laboratory Exercises  3 Th=2, E=0, L=1  5  
Course Type  General Background  
Prerequisites  
Instruction/Exam Language  Greek  
The course is offered to Erasmus students  No  
Course URL  https//www.eclass.tuc.gr/courses/MHPER318/ (in Greek) 
2. LEARNING OUTCOMES
Learning Outcomes 
The course aims to introduce the basic techniques of science and engineering application development for the computing environment of MATLAB® software. The course introduces the fundamental techniques of constructing algorithms and their implementation in scientific computing environments for arithmetic and symbolic data types. The course aims at introducing students to the basic concepts of constructing and implementing algorithms for carrying out numerical and symbolic operations. Upon successful completion of this course the students will acquire new knowledge and specific skills on the following subjects:

General Competencies/Skills 

3. COURSE SYLLABUS
Theory: Introduction to the computing environment of Matlab software. Numerical Operations. Programming in the Matlab Software Environment  Introduction to Variables  Complex Numbers  Mfiles  Functions  Retrospective Functions  External Files  Tables  Polynomials  Graphs. Symbolic Variables and Operations  Derivatives  Integrals. Histograms  Threedimensional Symbolic Diagrams  Solving Linear Systems in Matlab using the Symbolic Math Toolbox. Assignments. Laboratories: Laboratory exercises using computer systems in a Unix environment  Programming using Matlab software. 
4. INSTRUCTION and LEARNING METHODS  ASSESSMENT
Lecture Method  Lectures and laboratory  
Use of Information and Communication Technology 
 
Instruction Organisation  Activity  Workload per Semester (hours)  
 LecturesTheory  26  
 Laboratory assignments  20  
 Autonomous study  79  
Course Total  125  
Assessment Method  Ι.Written final examination (70 %).

5. RECOMMENDED READING

6. INSTRUCTORS
Course Instructor:  Associate Professor Apostolos Voulgarakis (Faculty  EnvEng)  
Lectures:  Associate Professor Apostolos Voulgarakis (Faculty  EnvEng)  
Tutorial exercises:  
Laboratory Exercises:  Christos Goumas 