Gennady Gor: Teaching

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Spring 2018

ChE 342 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics II

  • The homework assignments and other course materials will be available on Moodle
  • Hours: Tuesday, Thursday, 4:00PM-5:25PM
  • Location: 205 Kupfrian Hall
  • Office hours: (preliminary) Tuesday, Thursday 1:30PM-2:30PM; additional time slots will be available by appointment.
  • Location: 373 Tiernan Hall

Fall 2017

ChE 791: Chemical Engineering Graduate Seminar

Spring 2017

ChE 702 ST: Statistical Thermodynamics and Molecular Modeling

  • Flyer for the course can be found here
  • Syllabus, homework assignments and other course materials will be available on Moodle
  • Hours: Tuesday, 6:00PM-9:05PM
  • Office hours: TBD
  • Location: 364 Tiernan Hall

Fall 2016

ChE 342 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics II

  • Syllabus can be found here
  • The homework assignments and other course materials will be available on Moodle
  • Office hours: Mondays 1:00PM-2:30PM; additional time slots will be available by appointment.
  • Location: 364 Tiernan Hall

Other teaching and instructional materials

Introductory Materials on Python Programming

Python basics

  • A hands-on introduction to Python for beginning programmers - Jessica McKellar: YouTube video (1 h 54 min)
  • Online course on python, starting from very basics codecademy (13 hours course)

Numerical and Scientific Python

  • Introduction to NumPy - SciPy 2015 Tutorial - Eric Jones: YouTube video (2 h 42 min)
  • NumPy Beginner - SciPy 2016 Tutorial - Alexandre Chabot LeClerc: YouTube video (2 h 47 min)
  • Learn Python for Science - NumPy, SciPy and Matplotlib - Shane Neeley: YouTube video (1 h 14 min)
  • Computational Physics 509 - Physics Applications of Computers -- a great course by Professor Kristjan Haule (Rutgers physics). Substantial part of this course is about using Python, NumPy, SciPy for research in computational physics. It has detailed lecture notes and a number of useful links.
  • A number of lectures and on-line trainings in Python Enthought

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