There is a lot more to mathematics and physical science theory than dry formulas.
I created Mechanics Academy because I believe that students will be excited to learn these theoretical fields once they realize how relevant and integral they are to our lives.
Mechanics Academy aims to be a stimulating and fun environment where students learn topics in mechanics and applied mathematics. The site offers a collection of open access learning material that emphasizes the power of mathematical modeling and computational methods in answering interesting practical questions.
In order to engage students, Mechanics Academy incorporates interactive, application-relevant simulations alongside video lessons covering classical theory. These simulations are driven by a web-based scientific computing service that renders beautiful visualizations right to students’ web browsers. This allows students to learn by freely trying things out, without the hassle of installing complex mathematical and scientific software on their own devices!
Follow the Mechanics Academy blog for up-to-date news on the project, and do get in touch if you’re interested in contributing to it. In closing, I’d like to thank you for your interest and I hope that you have fun learning!