METHODS IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS COURSE (Fall 2018 – Spring 2019)

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Mathematics 8007/8008

Methods in Applied Mathematics

MW 1:00–2:20

Wachman Hall 527

gillian.queisser@temple.edu

Wachman Hall 514

MW 11:00–12:00 & 2:20–2:50

This two-semester course gives a general overview of mathematical concepts and tools for applied mathematics. Topics covered in the first semester (Math 8007) include modeling and derivation of equations of continuum mechanics; solution methods for linear PDE in special domains, such as Fourier and Laplace transforms as well as Green's functions; calculus of variations and control theory. Material covered in the second semester (Math 8008) of the course is largely independent of the first semester; it includes the following topics: dynamical systems and bifurcation theory; asymptotic analysis and perturbation theory; systems of hyperbolic conservation laws.

Homework makes up 70% and the final presentation 30% of the grade.