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I consider myself to be a highly skilled FORTRAN programmer who is extensively experienced in scientific computing related to two- and three-dimensional structural mechanics, fluid dynamics, and granular flow problems. (I have in-depth knowledge of various computational methods including the finite element, finite difference, and differential quadrature methods, and general methods of numerical analysis.) I learned FORTRAN programming in 1972 for the computational work of my MS thesis (FORTRAN was the most prevalent programing language at that time). I have experienced writing codes in all t [more]

I have used Fortran while pursuing my BS in Computer Science (and Mathematics) from James Madison University and PhD in Physics from The University of Edinburgh. Education: ? PhD in Physics from The University of Edinburgh, 2013 to Now (Thesis: Evaluation-Efficient Multidimensional Numerical Integration) ? MS in Scientific Computing from New York University, 2005 to 2007 (Thesis: Solar System Simulation with 3-D Visualization) ? BS in Computer Science and Mathematics from James Madison University, 1998 to 2002 and 2004 to 2005... [more]

FORTRAN stands for FORTRAN TRANSLATION. It was one of the first programming languages. It dealt with implementing mathematical equations. One of the key features is that it recognized a FLOATING POINT variable. A typical addition operation might be A = B + C It is used in order of operations to evaluate mathematical expressions. It was not very good at text formatting. Hi Everybody, My name is Eli, and I may be the ideal tutor for you! I recently received my Ph.D. from Capella University. I have a Bachelor's and a Master's degree in Mathematics. I tutor students in Math (pre-Algebra, Alg [more]

I have undergraduate degrees in both Mathematics and Computer Science. For the last 14 years, I have been teaching Computer Science and my title is Associate Professor of Computer Science. Prior to teaching, I worked in the DoD arena and the commercial world developing Computer Systems. During my DoD work, I programmed in many different flavors of Fortran. I am an Associate Professor of Computer Science at UWMC in Wausau, WI. I have undergraduate degrees in CS and Math from UWEC, and have taken courses in Business Administration from the University of Maryland. I have an Masters in Informa [more]

In a previous life, I worked for NASA, using a simulation program called EASY5 that was FORTRAN-based. Students working with me in FORTRAN should expect competence in the following areas: - input and output statements (and formatting of the same) - simple calculations - looping - logical statements (e.g. IF) - subroutines and functions A typical introductory class in FORTRAN would concentrate on those areas. Though there aren't very many of those classes offered any more. Most FORTRAN work is on legacy systems, and may involve conversion to C or something else. [more]

I have been a software developer for the past 25 years. I have taken Fortran while an undergraduate in college. I have written procedural and structured programs in Pascal, C. I have taught C, Pascal, Java while working as an Adjunct Lecturer. I have a B.S. in Biology and a B.A. in Computer Science. I have tutored students in Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Algebra, Trigonometry, Geometry, Calculus, Computer Programming. I have been a Computer Programmer for 25 years creating desktop applications in C/C++, Visual Basic. I have been a web developer for 12 years creating websites in Java/J2EE, O [more]

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