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WELCOME. EF 105 Computer Methods in Engineering Problem Solving. Instructor: Dr. Denise Jackson Associate Professor, Industrial and Information Engineering Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTAs): Ortal Arazi, Paul Karakashian, and Sirisha Saripalli. Course Details.

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ef 105 computer methods in engineering problem solving

EF 105Computer Methods in Engineering Problem Solving

Instructor: Dr. Denise Jackson

Associate Professor, Industrial and Information Engineering

Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTAs):

Ortal Arazi, Paul Karakashian, and Sirisha Saripalli

course details
Course Details
  • All information about EF 105 is on the web sitehttp://ef.engr.utk.edu/ef105
  • Syllabus
  • Announcements
other information and policies
Other information and policies
  • Behave with courtesy and respect
  • No food or drink is permitted in the classroom or the computer lab
  • Turn off pagers and cell phones
  • If you have a disability and need special accommodations, contact your instructor
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Other information and policies
  • If you miss a class, it is your responsibility to obtain information about the covered material from another student
  • If you cannot complete the course, make sure you formally withdraw
  • Ask for “help” when needed
  • Expect to do some work outside of class to re-enforce class/lab discussions and activities
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