Python training at ENS Rennes

I just put online the material of my Python training class I taught yesterday for the first time to a group of ~15 science teachers at my school ENS Rennes. It is a new requirement of the French Education Ministry that these teachers (in Math, Physics and Engineering) will have to teach Programming and Numerical computing with Python, starting next academic year in September 2013. They can otherwise choose Scilab, which can be useful for playing with block diagrams.

Since the targeted audience was mainly composed of Mechanical Engineering teachers, I tried to anchor several examples in that field. Nothing "advanced" though, because I'm not a mechanical engineer ! And more importantly, those examples were meant to be ready-to-use, for teachers to be soon in front of their new students. I hope they found this useful !

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pierre

assistant professor in Electrical Engineering & Control

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