Evgeni Burovski

Evgeni did his undergraduate studies in applied physics and mathematics in MIPT in Moscow, and a PhD in physics at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. After finishing grad school, he did teaching and research in Germany, France and the U.K., and currently is an assistant professor in the School of Applied Mathematics at HSE. At HSE, Evgeni divides his time between teaching numerical analysis, doing computational physics, and developing open-source software in the Scientific Python ecosystem.

Sort options

Introduction to numerical analysis (Coursera)

Numerical computations historically play a crucial role in natural sciences and engineering. These days however, it’s not only traditional «hard sciences»: whether you do digital humanities or biotechnology, whether you design novel materials or build artificial intelligence systems, virtually any quantitative work involves some amount of numerical computing [...]
No votes yet