Computing for ChEs: Teaching Programming and Simulation Software
This session will focus on approaches to incorporating computation into the ChE curriculum. Example topics may include teaching process simulation tools such as AspenPlus, ChemCAD, HYSYS; simulation or numerical analysis software such as MATLAB, GROMACS; programming languages such as Python, Fortran, C++, etc. Each software has challenges depending on factors such as the academic level of the students, class size, whether the software is taught standalone or as part of a technical course, as well as whether instruction is done in a classroom setting, in a computer lab, as online-learning, or a combination thereof.
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