Too many of today’s seminars are too theoretical and quite frankly too academic. If you’re one of today’s active problem solvers. You just do! So, just DEW! DEW or Differential Equations Workshop gives you hands-on, very practical and quick analytical methods and ways for solving cool linear and nonlinear ordinary differential equations (ODEs), partial differential equations (PDEs), and integral equations.
We find general, particular and other kinds of solutions to differential equations such as Black-Scholes, Vlasov-Maxwell, Poisson’s, Schrödinger’s, Ricci, KdV, and many more as well as variations of these encountered in practice and research.
This series of workshops are for bio-engineers, chemists/chemical engineers, engineers in general, CFAs, computer engineers/scientists, financial engineers, options analysts/traders, physicists, applied mathmaticians and others who must or are expected to deal with these and other differential equations in their practice and/or research.
1755 North First Street
San Jose, CA 95112
About the Trainer
Steve Anglin, Ph.D. (h.c.) is a mathematics lecturer and author, formerly affiliated with Case Western Reserve University and Saint Leo University. He has and is authoring several mathematics books and has published nearly 400 books as an editor for Apress Media, L.L.C., a Springer Science and Business Media company, O’Reilly Media and SAMS Publishing, a Pearson Education company. Steve also has his Master of Science in Applied Mathematics from Brown University of the Ivy League, as well as his Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from the University of San Francisco.
This series of workshops are for the following professionals and others who must or are expected to deal with these and other differential equations in their practice and/or research:
• applied/industrial mathematicians
• bond/fixed income analysts
• chemical engineers
• computer engineers
• equity analysts
• financial analysts
• investment analysts/managers
• portfolio managers
• students as well
To best prepare for DEWs, we recommend courses in mathematics up through the traditional university calculus sequence and maybe one undergraduate differential equations course.
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