This course contains some calculus, elementary differential equations, and linear algebra. It is taken by students in Design and Innovation in their 2nd and 3rd semester.
This course is shared with the Department of Chemical Engineering. The models are ordinary differential equation models. The course is taken by diploma chemical engineering students in their 3rd semester.
The textbook used for the mathematical background is Brannan & Boyce, Differential Equations. The course has no homepage, but Maple worksheets (in Danish) covering chapters 1 - 4, 6 - 7 are available below.
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This one semester course was offered once a year in the fall. It has now been discontinued. Thus regrettably no course in complex analysis is offered at DTU any longer.
This course contained differential equations, infinite series, fourier series. It was taken by students in Design and Innovation, but has now been replaced by the very similar course 01035.