The AG Numerik regularly offers Bachelor and Master sequences. The corresponding lectures can partially be used in other moduls as well. Additional information can be found in the eKVV system.
An overview of current and future lectures can be found below.
Please note that the Bachelor sequence is usually in German.
The MATLAB programming course can be attended at any point, but it is advisable to attend it before taking Numerics I. The remaining lectures and seminars are in chronological order.
This lecture is also called 'Numerical methods for ordinary differential equations' and is almost exclusively concerned with numerical methods for ordinary differential equations.
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This practical course introduces the basics of the Software MATLAB.
The course does not have any forma requirements and takes place outside of the usual period of courses.
The following document by PD Dr. Thorsten Hüls contains useful information on writing a thesis.
hinweise.pdf (in German)
The LaTeX beamer template is a helpful tool to create presentations in LaTeX. General information can be found here. Members of the University Bielefeld find a suitable style below including a simple example.
Beamer stylefile 'bi-beamer':
example.tex simple example
example.pdf simple example
Both GNU Octave and SciLab are free programming languages similar to MATLAB.
NumLab is a MatLab-package including programs to visualize numerical methods and algorithms. The package was created by the AG Numerik.