Robert Strehl

Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Mathematics


Teaching, Fall 2015

Currently I am teaching the fall term of MTH510 - Numerical Analysis.

COURSE CONTENT:
Review of Taylor's formula, truncation error and roundoff error. Solutions of Non linear Equations in one variable. Linear Equations. LU-decompostion. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors. Jacobi, Gauss-Seidel methods. Interpolation and curve fitting. Numerical integration. Numerical solution of ordinary differential equations. (Initial value problems.)

LECTURES/LOCATION (3h/week):
Tuesdays 12am-1pm in ENG LG-11
Wednesdays 10am-12am in DSQ 10

LABS (1h/week):
Section 4: Thursdays, 8am in LIB 393
Section 5: Tuesdays, 1pm in LIB 393
Section 6: Wednesdays, 8am in LIB 393

WEB:
See D2L Brightspace.
In addition to D2L Brightspace I will also provide some copies of the course related material here.

Former Teaching Appointments

Term Course University
Fall 2014 Instructor for Numerical Analysis (MTH510) Ryerson University
Winter 2013 Instructor for Programming in Matlab and Introduction to Academic Calculus TU Dortmund
Summer 2010
-Winter 2013
TA for Numerical Analysis and Mathematics for Chemical Engineering/Chemists TU Dortmund
Winter 2006
-Winter 2009
TA for Introduction to Academic Calculus, Linear Algebra and Numerical Analysis, Assistant for computer labs TU Dortmund