Dr. Elissa Strome, Executive Director of SOSCIP (the Southern Ontario Smart Computing Innovation Platform) , will be on campus and will be discussing opportunities for Queen’s faculty to become involved in SOSCIP projects. She will be presenting an overview of SOSCIP and outlining the process for applying for SOSCIP support.
An introduction to numerical methods as used in economics, finance, and related fields. Topics include optimization, non-linear systems, numerical approximation, and simulation. Includes a major project where students implement economic models or replicate work found in the literature.