NEWS:
A reexamination will take place on June 8th, 813 in room 4523. I ask the interested students to contact me immediately.

The goal of this course is to give basic knowledge of applied and numerical mathematics useful for scientific and engineering modelling.
The textbook for part I of the course is
Introduction to Applied
Mathematics, By G. Strang,
WellesleyCambridge, 758 pages, Ed. 1986 or later.
The book gives a modern presentation of applied mathematics to
students in engineering and science. The prerequisite for the course
is knowledge of basic courses in mathematics and numerical analysis at
a Swedish university, or the equivalent. Some experience of computer
programming and the use of UNIX systems or personal computers is
assumed. The homework and computer laboratories constitute a very
important part of the course. Computer lab's will be done in MATLAB
with existing software for the student to modify and experiment with.
Anyone who needs an introduction to MATLAB is welcome to
a short course given to the Master students starting autumn 2004.
Contact Lennart Edsberg 7908119, edsberg@nada.kth.se for schedule information.
Here is the text of Studiehandboken.
Advance registration of PhD students to Viggo Kann, 7906292 is
recommended. KTH undergraduate students have to register with their
Sektionskansli ! . Further information about the course is given by
Michael Hanke, hanke@nada.kth.se
,
(course administrator).
Below you can find the course evaluation results of previous years.
Course analysis for autumn01 (in Swedish)
Course analysis for autumn04
Course analysis for autumn05
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