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Computational Physics: Course Outline

Computational physics is the study and implementation of numerical analysis to solve problems in physics for which a quantitative theory already exists. Historically, computational physics was the first application of modern computers in science, and is n

Course Outline

  • Scientific Computing Languages.
  • Introduction to FORTRAN or C+ and programming techniques in practical applications to basic Physics problems.
  • Numerical methods: Euler-Newton method for solving differential equations.
  • The trapezoidal rule for numerical quadrature and simple applications of random number.
  • Solution of integral equations.
  • Solution of nonlinear equations.
  • Linear algebra.
  • Solution of linear algebraic equations.
  • Ordinary differential equations.
  • Computer Graphics.
  • Use of computation and computer graphics to simulate the behavior of complex physical systems.
  • Computational techniques in investigating and visualizing fundamental physics.
  • Scientific Packages.
  • Introduction to MATHEMATICA and MATLAB and their use in Physics.

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