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  1. Computational Electrodynamics: The Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method, Third Edition by Allen Taflove, Susan C. Hagness, 2005-06-30
  2. METHODS IN COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS Fundamental Methods in Hydrodynamics Vol. 3 by Berni Sidney Fernbach, and Mauel Rotenberg Adler, 1964
  3. Computational physics: Proceedings of the second Annual Conference on Computational Physics, held at Imperial College, London from 7 - 9 September, 1970
  4. Nano Computing: Computational Physics for Nano Science and Nano Technology
  5. Water in Biology, Chemistry and Physics: Experimental Overviews and Computational Methodologies (World Scientific Series in Contemporary Chemical Physics, Vol 9) by Sheng-Bai Zhu, Myron W. Evans, 1996-06
  6. Modern Group Analysis: Advanced Analytical and Computational Methods in Mathematical Physics
  7. Computational Nuclear Physics 1: Nuclear Structure/Book and Floppy Disk by K. Langanke, J. A. Maruhn, 1991-06
  8. Multiscale Computational Methods in Chemistry and Physics (Nato-Computer and Systems Sciences, 177)
  9. Computational Accelerator Physics: Proceedings of the Conference held in Pleasanton, CA, February 1993 (AIP Conference Proceedings)
  10. Quantum Transport Physics in Mesoscopic Systems and Nanodevices: Foundation of Computational Nonequilibrium Physics in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology by Felix A. Buot, 2008-08-30
  11. Hilbert Space Operators in Quantum Physics (Computational and Applied Mathematical Physics) by Jiri Blank, Pavel Exner, et all 1999-04-23
  12. Molecular Materials with Specific Interactions - Modeling and Design (Challenges and Advances in Computational Chemistry and Physics)
  13. Computational studies of RNA and DNA (Challenges and Advances in Computational Chemistry and Physics)
  14. Computational Physics by Steven E. Koonin, 1985-10

41. Introduction To Computational Physics Course Material Academic Year 2001/02
next Next Preamble. Introduction to computational physics Course material Academic year 2001/02. Franz J. Vesely University of Vienna
Next: Preamble
Introduction to
Computational Physics
Course material
Academic year 2001/02
Franz J. Vesely
University of Vienna
This regular course extends over the entire academic year and consists of a weekly 3 hours of lectures and 2 hours of workshop. It is designed for students from the third year up.
The textbook "Computational Physics - An Introduction" by Franz Vesely (Plenum 1994 and Kluwer 2001) is based on this course.
Note to teachers: If some of the Java applets that are part of this course material are of any use to you, you may copy and adapt them for your purposes, provided that you treat them according to the GPL rules. This means, among other things, that you cite the original source, and that you do not make commercial use of the resulting programs.

42. Nicholas J. Giordano: Computational Physics
computational physics. Purdue University. Programs and other information for my book computational physics can be accessed from this page. Selected excerpts.
Computational Physics
Purdue University
N. Giordano
Programs and other information for my book Computational Physics can be accessed from this page. Selected excerpts Special material (not included in the book) concerning the physics of vibrating strings. This material was included in an article in Computers in Physics , and includes some example programs which treat the motion of guitar and piano strings. Table of Contents Preface The following links will take you to the source code for programs described in the corresponding chapter or appendix. Some Comments and Useful Information
Chapter 1 A First Numerical Problem

Chapter 2 Realistic Projectile Motion

Chapter 3 Oscillatory Motion and Chaos
Mistakes and typos: nobody is perfect - click here to see a list of errors and corrections. Not many have been found so far.
If you find an error, please inform me by email or other means, via the address given above. The Prentice Hall web page for my book

43. Computational Physics; Introduction
Welcome to computational physics. Hand in hand with the increasing computational resources, research in the field of computational
Student Alumni Internt Computational Physics LiU LiTH Physics and Measurement Technology Theory and Modelling ... Internal info
Welcome to Computational Physics
Hand in hand with the increasing computational resources, research in the field of computational physics is becoming more and more important as a tool to perform realistic modeling of physical systems. The results from such simulations can aid in design of, for instance, new materials and device structures.
LiTH Physics and Measurement Technology Theory and Modelling
Responsible for information:

44. Emil
Postdoctoral researcher at UCSB working with Prof. Walter Kohn. Main research interests include mathematical physics, computational physics and nanoscale physics.
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45. NGSSC Course In Computational Physics
Course in computational physics. Synopsis This annonces the NGSSC course in computational physics, to be held in Linköping, June 26 and 10-11, 2003.
Course in Computational Physics National Graduate School in Scientific Computing
Deparment of Physics and Measurement Technology
June 2-6 and 10-11, 2003
Lectures and activities:
  • Density functional theory
    • Prof. Olle Eriksson, Uppsala University.
  • Green's function methods for complex matter
    • Assoc. Prof. Igor Abrikosov, Uppsala University.
  • Photonic bandgap materials and related computational methods
    • Ass. Prof. Min Qiu, Royal Institute och Technology.
  • Quantum transport in semiconductor nano devices Molecular dynamics in material sciences Computational plasma physics.

  • Visualization of multidimensional physics.
  • Quantum computing. Transport in molecular systems Quantum chaos in mesoscopic systems National Supercomputer Center
    • Niclas Andersson and Dr. Patrick Norman.
    • Lectures, workshops and projects. Working hours: 9-17. Lectures in the mornings and workshops in the afternoons. Please note that there are no course activities during the weekend. Course organizers:
        Prof. Karl-Fredrik Berggren Dr. Magnus Boman

46. Theoretische Astrophysik + Computational Physics Universität Tübingen
Translate this page Homepage der Theoretischen Astrophysik der Universität Tübingen Leider zeigt Ihr browser keine Framesets an.
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47. Computational Physics Group
computational physics related material.
Computational Physics Group Materials Explorer
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Sprechstunde: Per E-Mail-Vereinbarung donnerstags 13 bis 14 Hier finden Sie Informationen zur Vorlesung Simulationsmethoden für Physiker, Chemiker und Biologen Forschungsschwerpunkt " Bio-Physik: Simulation biologischer Systeme ". Diplomarbeiten auf diesem Gebiet sind möglich.
Materialien zur Vorlesung Theoretische Physik I: Klassische Mechanik
Materialien zur Vorlesung Simulational Science Introduction to the Statistical Physics of Polymers

48. Bergen Computational Physics Laboratory - EU Research Infrastructure
of Physics Sentef BCCS BCPL BCPL MC BCPL SA Para//ab. Access to the Research Infrastructure Bergen computational physics Laboratory ARI1 and ARI-2.
Other projects: EU HP-I3 South Africa MCTS Completed: EU ARI-1 EU ARI-2
Dept. of Physics ... Para//ab
Access to the Research Infrastructure
Bergen Computational Physics Laboratory
ARI-1 and ARI-2
Bergen Computational Physics Laboratory (BCPL) is a European Research Infrastructure at the University of Bergen, Norway, with a scientific staff working on modeling of subatomic, atomic and molecular reactions, using supercomputing facilities, including a 499.2 GigaFlop (peak capacity), 96 copper Power4 processor IBM e-server p690 Turbo Regatta as its present top facility. BCPL assists researchers or research teams from the EU and its Associated States to solve computational physics problems. Short stays (approx. 2-4 weeks) for established researchers are supported by the EC in the Access to Research Infrastructures activity of the Improving Human Potential program Participating institutions:
- Section for Theoretical and Computational Physics (Sentef), University of Bergen
- Para//ab, High Performance Computing Centre, University of Bergen

49. Home Page: Jose Fernando Mendes, Universidade De Aveiro
Information about research, namely on random networks. Also presents classes online Statistical physics, computational physics, and mechanics and relativity.

Biography Publications Projects ...

home page

I am a theoretical physicist working on Statistical Physics. My research, in the last years, focus mainly in the study of the structure and the evolution of communications networks, the World Wide Web, the Internet, biological networks, etc. Other interests are related with: granular media, self-organized criticality, non-equilibrium phase transitions, deposition models,etc. In fact, my last research on networks has inumerous applications and is a realization of a general principle: popularity is attractive
Statistical physics

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Research (Networks)

Gazeta de Fisica (SPF)
Mapa Campus UA FCT (Projects) CiteSeer Complexity Digest Useful Links USA maps Research Mendes Group My talks 2003 My talks 2004 Self-organized Criticality ... Last 5 papers Links... Theoretical and Computational Physics (Univ. Aveiro) TIPTOP Citations of JFFM Maps (Yahoo) ... Latex Symbols "I didn't arrive at my understanding of the fundamental laws of the universe through my rational mind" - A. Einstein "I think the next century will be the century of complexity." - Stephen Hawking

50. Computational Physics
Welcome to the site of computational physics. Lehrstuhl für Theoretische Physik III, Universität Würzburg Java Applets from Physics by Computer
Welcome to the site of computational physics
For the winter term 2003/04 the lecture, exercises and projects are given by Prof. Georg Reents
Java Applets from "Physics by Computer" :
These are corrected versions:
Driven pendulum
(Source Code) Ising Ferromagnet (Source Code) ... (Source Code)
Java Applets on the physics of complex systems: Bose-Einstein condensation (Source Code) Learning random patterns by a neural network (perceptron) (Source Code) ... (Source Code)
Applets from
Disc (Source Code) Color (Source Code) ... Back to Faculty

51. International Journal Of Modern Physics C
Covers computational physics, Physical Computation and related subjects. Publishes both review and research articles on the use of computers to advance knowledge in the physical sciences, and the use of physical analogies in computation. Topics include computer algebra, numerical simulation techniques, parallel and vector computers, lattice gauge theory, and algorithms.

52. Computational Physics By Koonin And Meredith
Codes in Fortran and Basic from book by Steven Koonin and Dawn Meredith.
Computational Physics
Fortran Edition
by Steven Koonin and Dawn Meredith
The Book Computational Physics is designed to provide direct experience in the computer modeling of physical systems. Its scope includes the essential numerical techniques needed to "do physics" on a computer. Each of these is developed heuristically in the text, with the aid of simple mathematical illustrations. However, the real value of the book is in the eight Examples and Projects, where the reader is guided in applying these techniques to substantial problems in classical, quantum, or statistical mechanics. These problems have been chosen to enrich the standard physics curriculum at the advanced undergraduate or beginning graduate level. The book will also be useful to physicists, engineers, and chemists interested in computer modeling and numerical techniques. Although the user-friendly and fully documented programs are written in FORTRAN and BASIC, a casual familiarity with any other high-level language, such as PASCAL, or C, is sufficient. In late spring 2002, the book will be available in lightening print mode. To see details about the book, go to

53. C/C++ For Computational Physics
The summary for this Japanese page contains characters that cannot be correctly displayed in this language/character set.
Last revised on May 25, 2000

54. Computer Physics Communications Program Library
Library containing over 1800 refereed programs in computational physics and physical chemistry which are described in the journal Computer Physics Communications published by Elsevier Science.

55. Computational Physics/HOME
computational physics group members, spouses and friends (left to right) Adham, Paula, Geri, Zaher, Robert, Joan, Anastasia, Slava and Nir, in 2002.
  • Mazeltov to Tali Mutat for receiving the Sherman Award and mazeltov to Slava and Anastasia Sorkin on the birth of David. Slides and movies from Joan Adler's talk for potential graduate students. Slides and movies from Joan Adler's talk at the 2004 CSP workshop February, 2004; her talks in Mainz and in Leipzig at November/December, 2003 and talks at Santa Cruz and UW, Seattle October, 2003. Research proposals of doctoral students Anastassia ,and Slava Sorkin, January 2004.
  • Poster for APS March Meeting by Oren Hershcovitz , March 2004.
  • Column for Computers in Science and Engineering, ``Visualization in Atomistic and Spin Simulations'' , September 2003. Edited summary of 47 Computational Physics projects Nir Schrieber's MSc seminar Monte Carlo study of the Baxter-Wu model Conference talks and colloquia by Joan Adler and other members of the Computational Physics group. Updated September 2003. Files from the old Computational Physics Group ftp server phjoan12 are on in the old_pub directory. YOM IYUN on Atomistic and Nanoscale Simulations, 27/1/03
  • 56. Computational Physics/HOME
    118094 Introduction to computational physics. Spring 2004. Class email and webpage list 2004. View the computational physics GROUP HOMEPAGE.
    118094 - Introduction to Computational Physics
    Spring 2004.
    Index of Lecture Slides and Targilim Syllabus Information (including text and reference books) Projects [ Selection Class email and webpage list 2004 View the COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS GROUP HOMEPAGE

    57. Ji-hoon's Homepage
    computational physics. Nonlinear oscillator simulations, wavepacket simulations and pedestrian simulations java applets. , Java Applet, Making Homepage, Netscape Composer, Chaos and Fractals, Java Script

    58. Computational Physics, TUT
    computational physics. In the group of computational physics, we solve quantum mechanical problems of solid matter and develop related computational methods.
    Computational Physics
    Institute of Physics
    Tampere University of Technology
    P.O. Box 692 , FIN-33101 Tampere, Finland
    In the group of Computational Physics, we solve quantum mechanical problems of solid matter and develop related computational methods. We produce new relevant knowledge of structures and dynamics of surfaces and of electronic and optical properties of bulk matter:
    • Explaining the physics behind an experimental result. Studying properties of materials that are for example hard to produce experimentally. Solving problems that are impossible to solve analytically.

    • Determination of surface structure and reconstruction of surfaces of e.g. catalytic materials. Knowledge of fundamentals behind the dynamics, absorption and adsorption of molecules on catalytic surfaces. Knowledge of electronic structures of e.g. high-T c superconductors via interpretation of experimental photoemission results using high precision supercell calculations. Concentration and stress dependence of the linear optical properties of semiconductor alloys.

    Methods Materials

    59. Theoretical And Computational Physics
    Queen s University Belfast School of Maths Physics Theoretical and computational physics. Home Page of the TCP Research Division.
    Queen's University Belfast Theoretical and Computational Physics Home Page of the TCP Research Division About us Relation to School; Location; Contact points. People
    Visitors; CPC Library; Research Students; Clerical Staff News News and announcements Seminars Forthcoming seminars, and previous seminars Research Research Areas; Grants; Collaborations; Miscellaneous Training PhD programme; MSc in Computational Science; Primary degrees Links Related research or teaching within Queen's University and further afield AMTP Search Simple text-search of this site Log Web-server statistics about this site Feedback Submit your comments about any aspect of the Research Division Frames Frames version of this website Whilst it was the intention of the authors of these pages to provide information that is accurate and up-to-date, no member of staff of The Queen's University of Belfast accepts responsibility for the accuracy of the contents of these pages. You may send comments about this page via email

    60. JLab-main
    Research Project on Objectoriented practice for computational physics and Distributed Computing. Includes jLab,the Java based scientific applet, as the practice sample.
    Project About Purpose JLab Operation Principle User Guide (needs Java) Screenshots Other Links Personalities Contacts

    The Grid computing practice is focused on developing an interesting J2EE/CORBA application named jLab for distributed data processing. JLab analyzes space radiation to detect a signal from extraterrestrial race. Events: November 14,2003: jLab discussed in press. Read... (in Russian). October 2003: jLab announcement.
    Thanks for your donations ! Name City/Country Donation E-mail Murat Efe Samsun/Turkey Cevit Kemal Izmir/Turkey Petr Paschen Novosibirsk/Russia Donate

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