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Introduction to E7 Lecture 2: Rudimentary MATLAB Tad Patzek, Civil & Environmental Engineering, U.C. Berkeley January 28, 2008
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Overview Tadeusz (Tad) W. Patzek ( ) Background B.S. in Physics, M.S. and Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the Silesian Technical University, Poland Professor of Geoengineering in Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, U.C. Berkeley Three children: Lucas, Sophie and Julie Programmer for 34 years Prof. T.W. Patzek’s E7 Lecture 2: . . . – p.1/11
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. . . To Contact Me. . . Office : 425 Davis Hall Email : [email protected] Office Hours : Mondays, 2-4 pm, 534 Davis Hall Wednesdays, 8-10 am, 212 O’Brien (capacity of 50, computer projector) Prof. T.W. Patzek’s E7 Lecture 2: . . . – p.2/11
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Required Items. . . Prof. T.W. Patzek’s E7 Lecture 2: . . . – p.3/11
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Required Items. . . Class website on bSpace : Prof. T.W. Patzek’s E7 Lecture 2: . . . – p.3/11
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Required Items. . . Class website on bSpace : MATLAB Student Edition : ASUC bookstore, bookstores on Bancroft, Berkeley Book Exchange ( ) Prof. T.W. Patzek’s E7 Lecture 2: . . . – p.3/11
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Required Items. . . Class website on bSpace : MATLAB Student Edition : ASUC bookstore, bookstores on Bancroft, Berkeley Book Exchange ( ) Introduction to Computer Programming for Scientists and Engineers. E7 : ASUC bookstore, bookstores on Bancroft Prof. T.W. Patzek’s E7 Lecture 2: . . . – p.3/11
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