Introduction to Research Methods in the Physical and Mathematical Sciences
This course is an introduction to research challenges and methods in physical and mathematical sciences. Topics include documenting scientific work, literature searches, building a basic measurement system, mathematical modelling and measurement of simple physical systems, basic computational analysis of data, debugging (measurements, analysis, code, ...), evaluating uncertainties, ethical and social issues in science, and communicating scientific work orally and in writing.
In 2022-23, this course is restricted to students in the Pursue Stem program.
- MCV4U Calculus & Vectors; SPH4U Physics / SCH4U Chemistry / ICS4U Computer Science / SES4U Earth and Space Science
- Breadth requirement
- The Physical and Mathematical Universes (5)
- Distribution requirement
- course title
- specialized course
- year of study
- 1st year
- time and location
24P: TBA, Room: MP126
David C. Bailey