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Saturday, May 6 • 4:00pm - 4:30pm
Message in a Bottle: A 3D Printing Project for Numerical Analysis LIMITED

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Numerical Analysis is a fundamental course for Applied Math Majors and an elective for many CS majors. In Numerical Analysis course, students learn many of the basics of scientific computing including: creating interpolating polynomials, numerical integration, solving optimization problems, and MATLAB. In this talk, I will present a bottle design project from my Fall of 2016 class. Over the semester, students designed a bottle using the methods we learned in Numerical Analysis. We used a 3D printer to create tangible versions of their bottles and checked their calculations. As part of their final grade for the project, students had an exhibit and wrote a short reflection on the process and challenges of creating an attractive optimized bottle that meets given specifications.

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Bree Ettinger

Presenter, Emory University
Bree Ettinger Ph.D. Lecturer and Co-DUS Mathematics & Computer Science Dept Emory University

Saturday May 6, 2017 4:00pm - 4:30pm EDT
Meeting Room A
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