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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style ENGR132 Transforming Ideas to Innovation II Section 006(029) Prof. Amanda Knutson and GTA Benjamin Ahn Welcome to Quiz 0: Include your name and section # 1) Have you ever used Matlab before? If not, have you heard of Matlab? Briefly describe in what context. 1) Do you have any programming experience (Java, C,C++, Fortran, etc)? Where did you gain this experience? Rate your level(beginner to expert). 1) What are your expectations for this class? What do you expect to learn? 22 Important Notes Our section number is 006 (029) Use 006 number on all submissions Access the blackboard dropboxes from 029 Should you be in this class? Have you taken ENGR 131? Did you receive a grade of C or higher? If not, please speak to an academic advisor Homework 1 is due in class on Thursday 33 Announcement Class will meet January 13 – Thursday Class will not meet January 18 – next Tuesday 44 No record if you drop a class before Monday 1/24 You may change your class times in the registration system, but be aware that you will need to drop your class before you can add the new one. Don’t take this chance unless there are plenty of seats in the class you are moving to. See Advisors in ARMS 1300 for assistance with other courses Labs (and the University) are closed Monday, January 17 - Martin Luther King Day Make sure you get your homework done other times Registration and Scheduling 55 Resetting Course ENGR 131 has a significant focus on design ENGR 132 focuses much more on computer programming and analysis, so it will be more like your calculus, chemistry, and physics classes. Since analysis can be graded more objectively, the grading will seem a lot more strict. Quizzes help prepare you for tests. There are only two exams and no exam averaging. This course may be CHALLENGING for you!! 66 Learning Objectives Meet your ENGR 132 instructional team Review syllabus, strategies for success, and safety information Launch MATLAB and manage environment Describe methods to get help in MATLAB Use legitimate variable names in MATLAB Use MATLAB like a calculator 77 Prof. Amanda Knutson Contact Info Email: [email protected] Office Hours: Mon/Thurs 11:30-12:30 in Innovation Studio Background: B.Sc. & M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering – Queen’s University, Canada Ph.D. Student Aero/Astro Engineering – Purdue Benjamin Ahn - Graduate Teaching Assistant Love music, Likes to cook, play sports, travel etc. Follow all kinds of sports, tennis, football, soccer, rugby, cricket, baseball, basketball, cycling, F1 Benjamin Ahn [email protected] Ph.D. Purdue University, Engineering Education (current) M.S. Purdue University, Aeronautics and Astronautics, 2009 B.E. University of New South Wales, Aerospace Engineering, 2007 Peer Teachers Mary Ortega – Sophomore in IE from Columbia Bruno Prentice – Sophomore in AAE from...
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2011 for the course ENGR 132 taught by Professor Kutson during the Spring '11 term at Purdue.

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