Computer Skills for Today's Scientists and Engineers

Physicists use supercomputers to analyze massive collisions in underground particle accelerators. Neuroscientists use artificial neural networks to probe the inner workings of the brain's neurons. Engineers write computer code to control complicated circuitry and robotics. Scientists and engineers in a wide range of disciplines use modern computing technologies to make discoveries, design and develop new technologies and methods, analyze the results of experiments, and solve complex problems. Learn how to program using techniques scientists and engineers employ for data processing, laboratory equipment control, computation, and graphical analysis.

Related Terms and Locations: 
Term 1 (June 9–29)
Duke University East, NC
Term 2 (July 7–27)
Duke University East, NC
Summer Studies Program: 
Center Math, Center Verbal