## Scientific Computing Courses @ Emory

Our group highly values teaching and offers a comprehensive set of courses on scientific computing, applied mathematics, mathematical modeling, and its applications. All our courses are taught in relatively small sizes, allowing close interactions with students.

#### Advanced Undergraduate Courses

- MATH 315: Numerical Analysis
- MATH 345: Mathematical Modeling
- MATH 347: Introduction to Nonlinear Optimization
- MATH 351: Partial Differential Equations
- MATH 352: PDEs in Action
- MATH 361&362: Probability & Statistics

#### Regularly Offered Graduate-Level Courses

- MATH 515: Numerical Analysis I (Numerical Linear Algebra)
- MATH 516: Numerical Analysis II
- MATH 517: Numerical Analysis III (Iterative Methods)
- CS555: Parallel Processing
- MATH 561: Matrix Analysis
- MATH 571: Numerical Optimization
- MATH 572: Numerical Partial Differential Equations

#### Selected Special Topics Graduate-Level Courses

- Structured Matrix Computation (Fall 2017)
- Bayesian Inverse Problems (Spring 2016)
- Advanced Numerical Linear Algebra Methods with Applications