The course will be given at KTH during the academic year 2017/2018. The first lecture is
Monday, 27th August 2018, 15-17
Lecture Room E32, Lindstedtsvägen 3
Actual course edition: pcpp18.
Actual information about this course can be found in the Course PM.
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With the increasing complexity of the software used in Computational Science and Engineering, the requirements on efficiency both in the execution on a given hardware as well as the software development cycle have had a big impact on the tools used in implementing simulation software. As far as the programming languages are concerned, only a few have reached broader application. In particular, C++ plays an important role. Being a general-purpose object-oriented programming language, some care has to be taken when using it for high-performance computations. The aim of the course consists of providing knowledge how advanced numerical methods and complex algorithms in Scientific Computing can be implemented in C++.
Naturally, a considerable portion of the course is spent in hands-on exercises and project work.
Further information about the course is given by Michael Hanke, firstname.lastname@example.org, (course leader).
By the end of the course I would like to ask you to answer the questions of the course evaluation form. Your contribution will be highly appreciated!
Canvas will not be used in this course!