Continuing Lecturer
Undergraduate Computer Engineering Academic Advisor
Technical Presentation Coordinator
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Waterloo
E3 3157 (cross the pedestrian bridge from E5 and go down one floor)
+1 519 888 4567 x37023
dwharder@uwaterloo.ca


Douglas's advising corner
My introduction to the Maple symbolic computation language.
"For myself I am an optimist  it does not seem to be much use being anything else."
Sir Winston Churchill
Education: MM (Waterloo), BSc (Guelph)
Previous Employment: Intermediate Developer, Mathematical Software at Maplesoft, Inc..
Developed Packages and Tools: minimize, verify, plots[arrow], Units, MathML, Student[Calculus1], context menus, FuzzySets, Quaternions
My Courses
I have a text on Numerical Analysis for Engineering.
Here are some online lectures:
I have taught the following courses in the last five years:
 ECE 150
 ECE 204
 NE 112
 ECE 250
 MTE 241
 ECE 204A
 ECE 204B
I do not take graduate students.
Sometimes, you're in the right place, at the right time, with the right
knowledge to wave at the Street View camera.
Associated with the numerical methods courses are a collection of Maplets (java applets powered by
Maple) hosted on freedom.uwaterloo.ca.
Other Interests/Useful Links
For anyone using Microsoft Equation, there is a font better than
Cambria Math that you can
install that is not the default. See Latin Modern Math. To
make Latin Modern Math the default, select the popout window at the bottom right
of the box Equation Tools→Design→Tools and change the default
font for Math Regions.
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