MatheMagician: mathematics for engineers

Many engineering students have three types of questions: why, how and what. 'Why do I need to know all these mathematics?' 'How do I need to do this computation?' 'What does it mean in reality?' So in my (web)lectures I try to address all three questions. I hope the videos will help you during your engineering study. If you have any questions, just ask in the comments section on YouTube. Mathematics is a lot more fun when you do not just understand the 'How' part but also know the 'what' and the 'why' part.

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About me

My name is Bernard Meulenbroek; I am an assistant professor at the mathematics department of Delft University of Technology. For the past ten years I have been teaching mathematics (calculus, linear algebra, complex analysis) to engineering students.



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