Finite Element Methods for Computing and Physical Scientists

Course Description

This series of lectures on the finite element method is being given to PhD students in computing and physical sciences at Imperial College London in Autumn 2013/Spring 2014. The course is quite mathematical, but is targeted at engineering and physical sciences graduates: it does not assume students have a maths degree.

For more information, see the course website at:

Finite Element Methods for Computing and Physical Scientists
The Mathematical Theory of Finite Element Methods, the textbook used for this course.
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