PHY 521: Computational Physics - spring
Application of computational techniques to computer simulations in physical science and engineering. The course covers physical concepts such as realistic projectile motion, planetary systems, nonlinear dynamics, chaos and fractals, and electromagnetic and quantum systems. The course exposes students to numerical algorithms and methods such as solutions to optimization, quadrature, fast Fourier transform, and boundary value problems, and gives hands-on experience in programming and computer simulations.
|Topic: Computational Physics|
|MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT||2:00 PM EST||2:50 PM EST|
|Instructor: Renuka Rajapakse||Class status: O|
|Class instruction mode: In Person|