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Monday, August 3 • 1:45pm - 3:00pm
Workshop 2K: Integrating computational modeling into applied math and science

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Modeling is a significant component of contemporary applied math and science. Computers allow students to model complex phenomena, explore relationships, and make predictions with no previous coding experience. Integrating computational modeling with the traditional algebraic (i.e. analytic) curriculum - of which we are already quite familiar - allows students to explore more complex and relevant problems without sacrificing the traditional learning objectives.  In this hands-on workshop, you will use Python to explore system dynamics models in math and science, including the spread of infectious disease, financial forecasting, climate models, and others. No previous coding experience is required. 

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Aaron Titus

Professor of Physics, High Point University
Aaron Titus is a Professor of Physics at High Point University. Aaron’s contributions are at the intersection of undergraduate research, educational technology, computational physics, leadership, and student mentoring. In 1997, Aaron and Larry Martin co-created WebAssign—a web-based... Read More →


Monday August 3, 2020 1:45pm - 3:00pm EDT
Zoom Room 11