- Opened module
Computational Modeling 1 (BTW5204)
Modeling and simulation is a powerful, often the only, method for analysis, development, planning and optimization of complex feedback systems. Start to understand what data science and causal modelling is.
Students can facilitate a process to develop results in interdisciplinary teams.
They can apply systems thinking to existing and new models.
Students can express practical dynamic issues by means of simulation methodology and provide insights to complex problem solving.
They can develop quantitative models of a mid-level complexity using stock and flow diagrams for social and economic issues.
They are able to causally reason and ensure a high validity of models for fields such as sustainability, business models and technological trends.
- Degree/Certificate Passed/failed
- Duration Week 8–21
- Schedule coming soon
Week 50–02 – via registration form
Places are given priority to TI students
- ECTS credits 4 ECTS credits
- Costs No additional costs
Competency assessment: English
- Location Biel, Online
- Department Engineering and information technology
- Next session Spring semester