# Bucharest Seminar

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Created on July 9, 2019

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## Transcript

Technical University of Civil Engineering in Bucharest (UTCB)

Bucharest Seminar

Date: June, 24 to 28, 2019

For students from all partners' countries

Blended mobility of higher education students

Agenda

03. Linear Algebra

01. Registration

02. Students presentation

04. Integral Sums

05. Statistics with R

07. Learning with games

08. Statistics & MS excel

09. Wolfram Mathematica

10. GeoGebra

11. Some results

12. Cultural visit

**Registration**- Opening of the Seminar

(Araceli Queiruga Dios / USAL, Ion Mierlus-Mazilu / UTCB) - Presentation of the university and agenda (Ion Mierlus Mazilu / UTCB)

.01

General

- Each student will speak 3’ in his/her own language. The rest of students in that group should know what his country is.

Students have 20’ for speaking in English and meet all of them in a “understandable” way.

Step by step

All the students will be separated into groups of 4-5 people, none from the same country.

Each student must fill a matrix (about the members of his/her group)

.02

**Link to the file**

Some Applications of Linear Algebra to Chemistry, Cryptography and Networks

Many problems can be modelled with paths formed by traveling along the edges of a certain graph. For instance

- problems of efficiently planning routes for mail delivery,
- garbage pickup, snow removal,
- diagnostics in computer networks, and others,.

Fatih Yilmaz from Ankara HBV University

Speaker:

.03

Some interesting applications

Importance of learning integration

Peter Letavaj from Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava

Lecturer:

**Link to the file**

.04

**Link to the file**

.05

R software

> var(data1$price

> sd(data1$price)

> barplot(data1$price,las = 2)

R & statistics

- R is a free software environment for statistical computing and graphics.

Marie Demlova from The Czech Technical University in Prague

**Link to the file**

.06

Lecturer:

Breakout for education

Games for learning

.07

**GoogleForm**

Basic ideas about Statistics

.08

Michael Carr from TU Dublin

Lecturer:

Implementación

.09

Atanas Valev Ivanov from University of Plovdiv Paisii Hilendarski (Bulgaria)

Lecturer:

**Link to the file**

Lecturer:

Learning Engineering Mathematics with GeoGebra / Calculus

Computers room

Some problems to use geogebra

Solve an exam

Exam solution

GeoGebra

.10

**VER**

.11