1. Introduction to Poker Theory
Poker Theory and Analytics — taught by Kevin Desmond, a graduate student in MIT’s Sloan School of Management. Desmond has contended at the top levels of the poker world and filled in as a Morgan Stanley expert, and he fights that being effective in both domains requires “adjusting expected returns against related dangers”.
2. Speak Italian with Your Mouth Full
In the interest of the MIT Experimental Study Group, Dr. Paola Rebusco has conceived an engaging course — Speak Italian with Your Mouth Full — where she consolidates showing two things numerous individuals adoration: figuring out how to communicate in Italian and cooking Italian food.
3. A Global History of Architecture Writing Seminar
The temple in the cave: rock-cut architecture, student presentation by Karin Oen. Course Instructor: Prof. Mark Jarzombek. This course will concentrate on the topic of Global Architecture from the perspective of creating an arrangement of addresses on that subject.
4. Difference Methods for Ordinary Differential Equations
This video address of Professor Gilbert Strang instructing that was recorded live in the Fall of 1999. Gilbert Strang was an undergrad at MIT and a Rhodes Scholar at Balliol College, Oxford. His Ph.D. was from UCLA and from that point forward he has taught at MIT.
5. Principles of Chemical Science
This is an introductory chemistry course for students with an unusually strong background in chemistry. Prof. Christopher Cummins and Prof. Sylvia Ceyer will be seen addressing the lecture in the video.
6. Finance Theory
This course presents the center hypothesis of cutting edge money related financial matters and monetary administration, with an emphasis on capital markets and ventures. Prof. Andrew Lo is the Course Instructor.
8. Fundamerntals of Biology
Course Instructor is Prof. eric Lander. Essentials of Biology spotlights on the fundamental standards of natural chemistry, sub-atomic science, hereditary qualities, and recombinant DNA. These standards are important to understanding the essential components of life and stay the natural information that is required to comprehend large portions of the difficulties in ordinary life, from human well being and ailment to loss of biodiversity and ecological quality.
9. Media, Education, and the Marketplace
This course highlights a complete arrangement of video addresses. The addresses incorporate talks by an assortment of instructors and visionaries, for example, Prof. Shigeru Miyagawa tending to the course subjects.
10. Film as Visual and Literary Myth making
This course looks at issues in the logic of film and also writing concentrated on in connection to their making of myths. The readings and movies that are examined in this course draw upon exemplary myths of the western world. Accentuation is put on importance and method as the premise of inventive quality in both media. Course Instructor is Prof. Irving Singer.