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Transform Calculus and Partial Differential Equations (ENGR 311)
Teacher: Rolf WŁthrich

Prerequisite: ENGR 233.

  • Elements of complex variables.
  • The Laplace transform: Laplace transforms and their properties, solution of linear differential equations with constant coefficients. Further theorems and their applications.
  • The Fourier transform: orthogonal functions, expansion of a function in orthogonal functions, the Fourier series, the Fourier integral, the Fourier transform, the convolution theorem.
  • Partial differential equations: physical foundations of partial differential equations, introduction to boundary value problems.

Lectures: three hours per week.
Tutorial: two hours per week.

NOTE: Students who have received credit for EMAT 311 or MECH 333 may not take this course for credit.

Students have to access this course through their myconcordia portal.

Numerical Methods (ENGR 391)
Teacher: Rolf WŁthrich
This course requires an enrolment key

Prerequisite: EMAT 213, 233; COMP†248 or COEN†243 or MECH 215 or BCEE†232.

  • Roots of algebraic and transcendental equations
  • function approximation
  • numerical differentiation
  • numerical integration
  • solution of simultaneous algebraic equations
  • numerical integration of ordinary differential equations.

Lectures: three hours per week.
Tutorial: one hour per week.

NOTE: Students who have received credit for EMAT†391 may not take this course for credit.

Students have to access this course through their myconcordia portal.

Probability and Statistics (ENGR 371)
Teacher: Rolf WŁthrich
This course requires an enrolment key

Prerequisite: EMAT 213, 233.

  • Axioms of probability theory.
  • Events
  • Conditional probability
  • Bayes theorem
  • Random variables
  • Mathematical expectation
  • Discrete and continuous probability density functions
  • Transformation of variables
  • Probabilistic models, statistics, and elements of hypothesis testing (sampling distributions and interval estimation). Introduction to statistical quality control.
  • Applications to engineering problems.

Lectures: three hours per week.
Tutorial: one hour per week.

Students have to access this course through their myconcordia portal.