Computer Literacy and Programming(2.0 credits)
|Course Type||:||Basic Specialized Courses|
|Course Name||:||Materials Engineering||Applied Physics||Quantum Science and Energy Engineering|
|Starts 1||:||1 the previous term||1 the previous term||1 the previous term|
|Lecturer||:||MATSUOKA Tatsurou Associate Professor||Yuhki TSUKADA Associate Professor|
|The purpose of this subject is to learn Python programming skills for scientific computation through lectures and practices. The lecture starts with an introductory part including a practice of PC usage intended for beginners. In the latter half of the term, students are supposed to be able to make a script file by themselves.|
|1. Introduction to satellite laboratory
2. Education for information security
3. Style guide for Python script
5. Data types, variables and types
7. Flow control
10. Data input-output
11. Data visualization
|Examination (50%) and exercises (50%).
The “Absent” grade is reserved for students who did not take examination.
|Face-to-face discussions after class or exchanging e-mails through NuCT.|