The course aims to provide students with introductory elements to computer science and programming in the scientific field
Learning outcome is to become familiar with the fundamental concepts of programming using procedural and object-oriented imperative languages and related libraries, learning to create small programs or modify existing code.
The students will familiarize with the principles of computational thinking. Learning outcome is to know how to deal with development environments and operating systems, to have a basic knowledge of imperative and object-oriented procedural programming languages and the use of applications. Also learning outcome is to know how to design, implement and validate a small sequential program starting from the informal specifications provided by the user, as well as understand, use, modify code produced by third parties.
The training objectives are in line with a Study Plan for the "Materials Scientist: Research Specialist" profile or for the "Materials Scientist: Technology Specialist" profile.
There are no prerequisites for the course
Lectures, guided exercises and laboratory
Principles of computational thinking
Introduction to development environments and operating systems
Introduction to imperative procedural programming languages and to objects and applications (e.g. C ++, MatLab)
Principles of design, implementation and validation of a small sequential program starting from the informal specifications provided by the user.
Principles of producing correct and understandable code;
Principles of understanding and sharing the code
Course notes available on aulaweb
Office hours: Office hours will be communicated at the beginning of the course. The teacher is alwasy at disposition under appointment.
GUIDO GAGLIARDI (President)
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
Term papers will be carried out and evaluated during the year. The exam will consist in the critical oral discussion of the papers carried out.
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