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INTRO TO NUMERICAL METHODS

 

Croatia's beautiful coastline, unique rock formations, Roman ruins, and quaint historical cities do not always make one think of oil and gas platforms, but they do exist there too. This program provides a unique opportunity to master the fundamental concepts in numerical methods as well as spatial data analytics, and their relation to subsurface problems. Students will visit gas storage near Zagreb & explore related topics in the European context that are relevant today more than ever. They will visit national parks that are prime (and beautiful) examples of karst hydrogeology. They will also attend selected talks at the local petroleum engineering conference (PESS) in Dubrovnik & network with attendees. Lastly, they will spend time in the capital of Zagreb and form lasting friendships with the University of Zagreb students. Cultural sites to be visited include: spending two weeks in Dubrovnik, the UNESCO Cultural Heritage site; visiting the birthplace and museum of Nikola Tesla and gothic cathedral in Zagreb.

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Sponsored by Cockrell School of Engineering

Course(s)

  • PGE 311 / M E 318M - Introduction to Numerical Methods

Academic Information

Students will receive in-residence credit for PGE 311. PGE 311 is cross-listed with ME 318M and counts as a substitute for BME 313L, CE 311K and COE 311K. TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR FINANCIAL AID: another 3-credit course must be taken in Summer 1 or Summer 2 terms.

Faculty

Masa Prodanovic teaches PGE 311: Intro to Numerical Methods.

Language(s) of Instruction

English

Eligibility

Service Learning/Internship

  • Service Learning - No
  • Internship - No

Housing

Students will be in shared housing, with breakfast included.

Open To

Cockrell School of Engineering

Program Cost

2024 Program Fee: $8,025. Program fee includes accommodation, on-site activities/excursions, some meals, and 24/7 assistance. Fee does NOT include tuition ($500 for in-state, $2,000 for out-of-state), airfare, insurance, some meals, and personal expenses.

Dates:

- Summer First
  • Program: June 3, 2024 to July 3, 2024
  • Instructional: June 3, 2024 to July 3, 2024
  • Final Deadline: February 28, 2024

Application Code

353044

Program Coordinator

Chelsea Cowan

Additional Resources

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Next Step

Questions? Contact Chelsea Cowan at chelsea.cowan@austin.utexas.edu or click "Make an appointment" above to schedule an advising appointment. Information session on 11/20 at 11am via Zoom (find link at "Information Session" above.

Program information above is subject to change