PHYS-4810: Computational Physics

Prof. Wayne G. Roberge



A survey course in the basic techniques of computational physics, emphasizing studies of physical systems by numerical experimentation.  The systems to be studied include examples from plasma physics, nuclear physics, condensed matter physics, high energy physics, and astrophysics. Prerequisites: Computer Science I, Physics I, and Physics II or permission of instructor.




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