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Fee: $35 (~₹ 2800 Ex 18% GST)
Only limited seats to make the workshop lively and interactive.
Python is one of the most popular high-level, general-purpose programming languages used by the Science and Engineering community.
This workshop is designed for a complete beginner in programming and Python. This workshop is ideal for students from Mechanical Aerospace and Chemical Engineering backgrounds. This will also help professionals working in CAD/FEA/CFD domain for developing their own codes, and automating processes and tasks. During the workshop over 4 days, you will learn Python from scratch and practice more coding exercises along with assignments.
- Course Instructor: Nishant Soni [IIST, JNCASR Bangalore], Scientific software developer
Lead Instructor at Flowthermolab
- Date: 05-06, 12-13 Nov 2022
- Time: 12.30 pm to 5.30 pm IST
- Total access to recordings of live sessions: 3 Months
- Computer requirement: Minimum 4 GB RAM and i3 processor
- Software: Guidance on installations will be provided before the workshop
- Mode of class: Zoom video call (Once you make the payment, log in details will be shared
- Learn the basics of programming and introduction to python
- Learn Numpy, Sci-py, and Matplotlib (Plotting, visualization, and animation)
- Solving initial value and boundary value problems using Python
- Solving Partial differential equations (PDEs): 2D heat conduction and 2D Navier Stokes Equations
- Engineers already working in the industry but want to learn and master Python
- Do I get a certificate?
Yes, based on your attendance and completion of tutorials, you will be given the certificate.
- Do I need a powerful workstation/computer to learn this course?
No, a normal laptop with 4 or 8GB RAM and a decent processor (i3) is good enough for this course.
- What if I don’t understand some portion or need to clarify some doubts?
We will support you through emails and zoom meetings/discussion sessions to clear all doubts and questions
- Should I know the programming to learn this course?
No, you don’t need.
- Is there any prerequisite?