I'm an Assistant Research Professor in Materials Science and Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University. I lead a local Pittsburgh-area Julia meetup, and also lead development of the Chemellia ecosystem and collaborate on AtomsBase.jl. You can learn more and find ways to reach me at my personal website.
In this talk, I'll share my experience with Julia in a new (to me) context: in a classroom of first-year undergraduate students who have no coding experience! I plan to use Pluto notebooks to make a series of interactive computational (and low- or no-code) demonstrations of concepts from the introductory materials science course at Carnegie Mellon which I am teaching in the Spring 2023 semester. I look forward to sharing the resources I create as well as my reflections on the experience!