Vorlesung / Übung
Vorlesung: Mi. 12:00 bis 14:00
Übung: Mo. 12:00 bis 14:00
Univ.-Professor Dr. rer. nat. Martin Müser
Gebäude C6 3 – Seminarraum 2.10
Course language: Lecture in English, Übung in Deutsch
If you want to take part in it, please become a member of the MS-Teams-Team of the course. You can find the link and the code of the team in the LSF.
This is mainly a programming course in Python. The course will support work under Linux and cover elemental Linux. However, anybody can stick to their OS of choice. Some selected applications will evolve around generic, numerical analysis, which is different to Computer Simulation in Materials Physics (CSMP).
- all students who want to lose their programming illiteracy
- all students who want to take CSMP next year
- all students who no longer want to be helpless when having to analyze experimental data
Motivation for this course:
First, we recognized that too much material had to be included into CSMP, in order to make it a valuable course. Our goal is to reduce the amount of material that we need to teach each week.
Second and perhaps more importantly: Scientists and engineers can no longer analyze data, unless they find a Botton to press in a given software tool. Once they cannot find this Button, they are as helpless as a cockroach lying on its back. We strongly believe that all scientists benefit from the ability to write simple codes in order to post-process data they have acquired.
Coding is fun, once you know what you have to do.