We are excited to announce the launch of two more new modules for the 2017 London Undergraduate Summer School, under the subject area of Maths & Engineering.
In Session One (26 June- 14 July 2017) you will have the opportunity to study Applied Maths: Understanding Engineering through Numbers. The focus of this module will be on the application of mathematical methods to a variety of real-world problems from physics and mechanics. The course will be taught by Dr Jordi Alastruey- Arimon and Dr Martin Bishop from the Biomedical Engineering Department here at King’s.
In Session Two (17 July to 4 August 2017) we will be running the Engineering: Creating Technologies that Help People. During this module you will engage in a project which aims to deliver a technical solutions to a challenging task, set by local community groups and NGOs working in sustainable development projects. You’ll learn how undertake these projects, from the initial planning stages to the delivery of an appropriate sustainable solution, whilst learning to manage your time and resources. Dr Jamie Barras from the King’s Department of Informatics will be teaching this module. He has recently written an article about the module for our SummerTimes blog, which you can read here.
You can submit an application for the Undergraduate Summer School now, and will have until 31 May 2017 to do so. If you have any questions about the programme please email us. Alternatively follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram for up to date information about the Summer Programmes Team.