The camp is for beginners, intermediate, and advanced programmers with little to standard knowledge in
numerical methods. We will have short lectures with tutorial questions from 9am to noon
and longer problems for you to work on in the afternoon. A tutor will be available to help you.
We assume basic knowledge in Calculus and Differential Equations, everything you know beyond that will enable you
to solve the problems faster and to solve more advanced problems.
The camp starts Monday, June 15, at 9am, in C012.
C012 is the CS Linux lab in the basement of Kunsella Hall in the wing close to Cayan library and QUAD-C.
Lanigan is the classroom in top floor corner of Cayan Library facing Kunsella Hall.
We will teach you some Unix/Linux first as some of us find it a very productive working environment.
Most of the software is available for Windows, Mac and Linux, and you can install them on your own laptop.
Some or most of the software you will find installed in other computer labs on the campus.
This is a pilot course and students from SUNY Poly (Utica and Albany) can join at no cost
by simply sending an email to dziubea at sunyit dot edu.
For Housing please contact Connie Castellano (castelc at sunyit dot edu).
If you have any questions please ask.
Mo June 15, C012:
Introduction to Unix and Repositories