Other doctoral courses (EDOC)
External courses (.)
Master courses (.)
|Course / Credits||Lecturer||Planned Schedule||Program|
|Data Analysis for Science and Engineering||Prof. Davison||Spring 2019||EDMA|
|Optimization and simulation||Prof. Michel Bierlaire||Spring 2019||EDCE|
|Fourier Analysis and boundary value problems||Prof. Andrea Rinaldo||Spring 2019||EDCE|
|Scientific Programming for Engineers||Guillaume Anciaux||Fall 2019||EDCE|
|Information Science in Engineering||Prof. Ian Smith||Spring 2020||EDCE|
|Understanding Statistics and Experimental design
|Prof. Michael Herzog||Fall 2018||SV|
Fourier analysis and boundary value problems ENV- 614 – 4 credits
Wednesdays 10h15 – 12h00
Learning Fourier Series and Boundary Value Problems with a view to a variety of science and engineering problems. Learn the use of special functions like Bessel functions and applications. Introduce the doctoral students to general Sturm-Liouville problems and applications.
Selected Topics on Advanced Composites in Engineering Structures CIVIL-705 – 2 credits
Tuesdays 2x/month 14h15-17h00
The course focuses on the current investigations in the fields of fatigue and fracture of composite materials and composite structural components, like adhesively-bonded joints. Students would be able to develop design concepts for composite structures under realistic loading conditions.
Optimization and simulation Math-600 – 4 credits
Tuesdays 13h15-17h, ROOM: on 19/2, 26/02, 05/03 and 02/04 MED 2 1124, otherwise GR C0 01. On Tuesday (19.02 to 28.05)
Master state-of-the art methods in discrete optimization and simulation. Work involves: – reading the material beforehand – class hours to discuss the material and solve problems – homework.
Models for applied environmental economic Env – 723 – 1 credit
Thursdays March – May 13h15 – 16h
Mainly based on the discussion of peer reviewed academic papers, the course introduces non economists to the main types of applied models used in environmental economic analysis: linear programming, partial and general equilibrium, game theory, and agent based models