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  1. Modeling in Your Differential Equations Course - Metro NExT Meeting

    22 Sep 2020 | Contributor(s):: Brian Winkel

    These are the slides used biy Brian Winkel, Director SIMIODE, for his presentation, "Modeling in Your Differential Equations Course," offered at the 26 September 2020 - Metro NExT Meeting (MAA Metro NY Section Project NExT). 

  2. 1-119-S-DairyFarming

    20 Sep 2020 | Modeling Scenarios | Contributor(s):: Rob Krueger

    A simple first order population growth model is presented.  The challenge is to produce a final differential equation which is the result of the difference or ratio of birth and death rates. This ratio is not immediately intuitive.

  3. Meeting Software Platforms for SCUDEM V 2020 Teams

    19 Sep 2020 | General Resources | Contributor(s):: Brian Winkel

    This is a brief introduction to some Meeting Software Platforms for SCUDEM V 2020 Teams with links and a few comments. However, it is up to the individuals, what their institution provides, and personal choices, as to which platform they use.

  4. 9-002-S-GroundWaterFlow

    31 Aug 2020 | Modeling Scenarios | Contributor(s):: Jeremy Christman, Michael Karls, Kenneth H. Luther

    The goals of this project are to compare a conceptual one-dimensional groundwater flow model to observations made in a laboratory setting, and to discuss the differences. We derive the initial groundwater flow equation, and guide students through a solution. We describe the laboratory set up and...

  5. SMB2020 Talk SIMIODE - LSD Modeling and Arithmetic Performance, Modeling Falling Column of Water, Yeast Modeling

    16 Aug 2020 | General Resources | Contributor(s):: Brian Winkel

    SMB2020 Talk SIMIODE - Original Title:  SIMIODE - Systemic Initiative for Modeling Investigations and Opportunities with Differential Equations:%5C%5CBiological EffortsAdapted Totle: LSD Modeling and Arithmetic Performance, Modeling Falling Column of Water, Yeast ModelingThis is the...

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