We are approved provider by:
- NJ Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors
- New York Board of Professional Engineers , Sponsor # 201 beginning 2/1/2018 to 1/31/2024
- Florida Board of Professional Engineers: Laws and Rules and Ethics, Provider number 0007543 (Ethics) 0010489
- Florida Board of Professional Engineers: CE provider Provider number 0007543
- Maryland Board for Professional Engineers
Attend This class and “Ethical Issues of Land Surveying Profession”- Attend by Live Webinar on the same day from 12:30pm to 4:30pm . Earn 8 CEU’s/Professional Development Credits
Basic and Advanced Mathematics for Land Surveyors and Engineers
Course Objectives: By the end of this session participants will be able to:
- Why mathematics is important.
- Which portion of mathematics knowledge is critical.?
- How inadequate knowledge of mathematics can create problems in performing land surveying jobs.
- Answer basic and advanced mathematic problems.
- Recognize solution formats for problems and then make correct effective use of appropriate methods to solve them.
- How to visualize immediate preliminary solution to complex mathematical problems
- Why mathematics is important for professionals.
- Which portion of mathematics knowledge is critical to land surveyors/engineers.
- Basic surveying mathematics that applies.
- Advanced surveying mathematics that applies.
This course will consist of basic and advanced mathematics for land surveyors. The purpose of this course is to present basic math concepts and principles useful to survey computations. It is important for land surveyors to have a solid understanding of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry basics. This unit is not designed as a complete math course, but rather as an overview and guide to computation processes unique to surveying and mapping such as general surveying, boundary surveying, cartography, map projections, GIS, remote sensing, photogrammetry, geodesy, surveying applications, and measurement theory. The advance survey mathematics will help seminar attendees to recognize solution formats and then make correct and effective use of the appropriate methods to solve complex survey problems. Overview of advanced mathematics for land surveyors emphasizes mathematical concepts and principles rather than computation. This will include overview of college algebra, pre-calculus, trigonometry, analytic geometry, differential and integral calculus, linear algebra, numerical analysis, probability and statistics, advanced calculus, error theory, and analysis. Surveyors will find math operations, fundamental and advanced mathematical skills addressed in this course very useful in both educational and professional careers.
Presenter: Avinash Prasad, PE, PLS, F.ASCE, M.AREMA, M.PMI, M.AISC, M.NYSAPLS, EMT, FF
Mr. Avinash Prasad is a Licensed Professional Engineer and Land Surveyor with more than 25 years of civil engineering and project management experience. As a registered professional engineer and land surveyor (NJ, NY, CT, MA, RI), he specializes in bridge asset management and structural evaluation of bridges, particularly suspension bridges. He is currently researching bridge asset management for his doctoral dissertation at New York University. He has received dual MS degrees in Civil Engineering and Engineering Management from NJIT and a BS degree in Civil Engineering from India. He has more than 1000 hours of continuing professional education as instructor/participating professional. He is a NJ state certified emergency medical technician (EMT), emergency medical responder (EMR), and firefighter (FF). He is also a certified CPR, AED administer. He is a fellow of American Society of Civil Engineers and an active member of several professional organizations such as: AREMA, PMI, AISC, NYSAPLS, IPWE, IRT and IIBE. The ASCE, Railway Age and Railway Track & Structure conference.