Research and curriculum development in Mathematics teaching and learning, with the aim of unifying and enhancing mathematical progress in schools and colleges Entire K-6 math curriculum, including masters and workbooks A rapidly growing collection of free scholarly materials Lesson plans for grades in language arts, math, science, social studies and visual arts Economics and personal finance curriculum for K
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA I research context- and cognition-based secure and efficient architectures for the Internet of Things, as well as the application of pervasively-sensed data to vehicle failure prediction and design optimization. These architectures will allow more devices to be connected to the Internet, facilitating the richer data generation, sharing, and analytics necessary to build intelligent devices.
Developing the complete lecture and lab content for a week-long, intensive Internet of Things course.
Highlights of Calculus. MIT Professor Gilbert Strang has created a series of videos to show ways in which calculus is important in our lives. The videos, which include real-life examples to illustrate the concepts, are ideal for high school students, college students, and anyone interested in learning the basics of calculus. Online courses are rapidly expanding, we've picked out the best business economics and finance ones available. Gilbert Strang is a Professor of Mathematics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an Honorary Fellow of Balliol College, of the University of Oxford. His current research interests include linear algebra, wavelets and filter banks, applied mathematics, and engineering mathematics.
Outside of preparing content and arranging for guest lecturers, I work with a small team to market the course, handle admissions, and balance the budget Submitted five new manuscripts for consideration, since starting as a postdoctoral associate in June. These relate to the Internet of Things, network device security, connected vehicle design considerations, and data-informed applications for improving vehicle efficiency and reliability.
One of my current students is building an intelligent, Internet-connected circuit breaker. Another is building low-cost sensor-laden machine tools capable of identifying failures, tool wear, and material inconsistencies.
The company has a focus on embedded hardware and software, web applications, and intelligent IoT platform design, as well as vehicle reverse engineering and security analysis. Today, CarKnow primarily provides vehicle computer, network, and data analysis consulting services.
Engineering and business lead, participating in hardware and architecture development. This architecture will ultimately allow low-power, low-cost devices to share information with remote servers, and facilitate secure remote actuation Engineering lead for CloudThink digital object mirroring platform, which served as the base technology for my award-winning company CarKnow Created open-source "Carduino" car to Cloud bridge hardware and embedded software, producing over Carduinos for testing and data collection Developed failure prognostics and context-aware applications using Cloud-sourced telematics data Worked with MIT Industrial Liaison Program and Office of Sponsored Programs bring in, arrange, and deliver upon a major, two-year, two-student funded project with Jaguar Land Rover Supported by DOT and NSF funded research project with focus on multimodal transit.
Work with students and entrepreneurs from the MIT E-Club to develop and commercialize early-stage technology Projects include large-scale thermal imaging efforts, including vehicular camera mounting hardware and weatherproof electronic cabling Worked with client to design, validate, and mass-produce system System has imaged millions of buildings without failure, coming in on-time and under-budget Other projects include working with clients for general startup consultation, and specific industries such as food services March January Calculus (from Latin calculus, literally 'small pebble', used for counting and calculations, as on an abacus) is the mathematical study of continuous change, in the same way that geometry is the study of shape and algebra is the study of generalizations of arithmetic operations..
It has two major branches, differential calculus (concerning instantaneous rates of change and slopes of curves.
At MIT it is labeled and is the second semester in the MIT freshman calculus sequence. Topics include vectors and matrices, parametric curves, partial derivatives, double and triple integrals, and vector calculus in 2- and 3-space.
Gilbert Strang is a Professor of Mathematics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an Honorary Fellow of Balliol College, of the University of Oxford. His current research interests include linear algebra, wavelets and filter banks, applied mathematics, and engineering mathematics.
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