[Tugindia] [OT]scilab advanced workshop at Pune

phatak at iopb.res.in phatak at iopb.res.in
Thu Aug 26 13:07:15 CEST 2010

Dear Manjusha,

I saw the announcement of scilab workshop. I am sure it will be a useful
workshop for students.

I am teaching computational mentods course for third year integrated MSc
students here. I was planning to have mathematica as part of the course
but looks like scilab can also be another option. Idea would be to have
some project for them to work out using it. For that your workshop will be
excellent introduction. My problem is, I won't be able to come to Pune
because the courses are running. Will it be possible to get some on-line
study material which I can go through and plan the course? Your help in
this regard will be very useful.

Best regards,

Shashikant Phatak

> Hello,
> Scilab advanced workshop has been announced at
>      http://fossme.bprim.org/workshop-scilab-advanced
> Scilab is Free & open source software for Numerical computations.
> www.scilab.org.
> The workshop is mainly for College Maths teachers and research
> students who have some
> idea of Scilab/Matlab.
> Topics like Modeling, file handling, toolboxes, how to write own
> toolbox, Xcos/Scicos -simulator in Scilab, Graphics, Numerical
> Analysis,
> Linear Algebra, Differential equations using scilab will be discussed
> and hands on sessions  will be there during the workshop.
> Dates: 27th Sept-1st Oct.,2010
> Venue: Bhaskaracharya Pratishthana, Pune, India
>  www.bprim.org.
> Last date of registration: 27th August, 2010
> Timing: 9.30 am - 5.30 pm
> Workshop is supported by Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD)
> Govt. of India
> Thanks,
> --
> Manjusha S. Joshi
> P.I. of project on Use of Open source software for Teaching Maths,
> http://fossme.bprim.org
> Lecturer in Computational  Mathematics,
> BIM, Pune, India. www.bprim.org
> Mobile:  09822 319328
> blog:http://manjushajoshi.wordpress.com/
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