Classes

ENGINEERING ANALYSIS: ANALYTICAL METHODS (ME 380Q)

Graduate Course. Applications of mathematical analysis and numerical concepts to typical engineering problems. Analytical solutions for linear ordinary differential equations; numerical integration of ordinary differential equations; Fourier series and integrals; the Laplace transform; the solution of partial differential equations; vector analysis and linear transformations. Syllabus.

TIME- SERIES ANALYSIS MODELING AND CONTROL (ORI 390R.3 / ME384Q.3)

Graduate Course. Concepts of probability and mathematical statistics; application of these analytical methods to planning and evaluation of research and industrial experimentation. Methods for analytical modeling, analysis, prediction, and control of linear, stationary time series. Includes examples of advanced research in nonstationary time-series modeling and applications in manufacturing, financial engineering, geosciences, and other areas. Students complete a project on a topic of their choice. Syllabus.

STATISTICAL METHODS IN MANUFACTURING (ME379 / ME397 / ORI397)

Graduate Course. Contemporary concepts and methods for statistical quality design and control will be presented. Syllabus.

PROGRAMMING & ENGINEERING COMPUTATIONAL METHODS (ME318)

Undergraduate Course. An investigation of applied numerical analysis, programming of computational algorithms using mathematical software, and applications of computational methods to the solution of mechanical engineering problems. Syllabus.