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  1. Methods in Computational Physics Volume 4 by Berni Alder, 1965
  2. Mathematical Frontiers in Computational Chemical Physics (The IMA Volumes in Mathematics and its Applications)
  3. Computational Earthquake Physics: Simulations, Analysis and Infrastructure, Part II (Pageoph Topical Volumes)
  4. Computational Accelerator Physics 2003: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Computational Accelerator Physics, Michigan, USA, 15-18 ... (Institute of Physics Conference Series)
  5. Journal of Computational PhysicsVol. 216, No. 2August 10, 2006 by Journal of Computational Physics Staff, 2006
  6. Journal of Computational PhysicsVol. 217, No. 1September 1, 2006 by Journal of Computational Physics Staff, 2006
  7. Journal of Computational PhysicsVol. 218, No. 2November 1, 2006 by Journal of Computational Physics Staff, 2006
  8. Large Scale Computational Physics in Massively Parallel Computers by Hans J. Herrmann, F. Karsch, 1994-04-28
  9. Analysis of Dirac Systems and Computational Algebra (Progress in Mathematical Physics) by Fabrizio Colombo, Irene Sabadini, et all 2004-09-23
  10. Journal of Computational PhysicsVol. 219, No. 1November 20, 2006 by Journal of Computational Physics Staff, 2006
  11. IUTAM Symposium on Computational Physics and New Perspectives in Turbulence: Proceedings of the IUTAM Symposium on Computational Physics and New Perspectives ... 2006 (IUTAM Bookseries) (IUTAM Bookseries)
  12. Methods in Computational Physics Volume 12 S by AlderBerni, 1972
  13. Methods in Computational Physics Advance in Research and Applications Volume 5 Nuclear Particle Kinematics by Berni Alder, 1966
  14. Physics of Dendrites: Computational Experiments by P. K. Galenko, V. A. Zhuravlev, 1994-12

101. PHY 411-506: Computational Physics II
PHY 411506 – Spring 2004. computational physics II. Course Requirements. computational physics by JM Thijssen, (Cambridge University Press, 1999).
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Computational Physics II
Course Requirements
  • Learn to code simulations using C++ and OpenGL Homework assignments every two weeks: assignment 5 due April 26 Complete a semester project and present in class: project progress report due March 12
    Final Exam (Project Presentations) Wednesday May 5, 2004, 8:00 - 11:00 am in Baldy 110. (Room has a PC and a MAC)
List of Topics
  • Molecular Dynamics The N-body Problem Monte Carlo Methods Quantum Monte Carlo ... Fluid Dynamics
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    Last updated: Thu Apr 15 13:06:06 2004

    102. HUT-Physics, Homepage Of Computational Physics Group
    Laboratory of Physics computational physics. Computational Condensed Matter and Complex Materials Group (COMP). Academy of Finland Center of Excellence.


    ... Research / COMP
    Laboratory of Physics
    Computational Physics
    Computational Condensed Matter and Complex Materials Group (COMP)
    Academy of Finland
    Center of Excellence
    Group Leader Academy Prof. Risto Nieminen
    The basic strategy is to develop and use the most up-to-date theoretical and computational methods and the best available computing resources in attacking challenging problems in novel materials, ranging from electronic and structural properties of condensed matter to modelling and simulation of materials processing and of practical materials behavior. The research interests span from the microscopic physics and chemistry of low-symmetry and disordered systems to macroscopic materials modelling. The range of problems goes from electronic structure through dynamics and excitations to meso- and macroscopic materials modelling. In addition to materials physics and chemistry, our work also involves research into simulation and computing techniques, in particular numerical algorithms, parallel computing, and scientific visualisation. There are slide shows of the COMP group ( jpeg format MS Power Point format ) and it's strategy ( MS Power Point format ). The slides are also available as

    103. International Conference On Computational Physics
    The 4th International Conference on computational physics (June 2 4, 1997, Singapore).
    The 4th International Conference on Computational Physics (June 2 - 4, 1997, Singapore) Committees Program Schedule Post-Conference Impression/Reports The International Conference on Computational Physics (ICCP) is sponsored by the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP). Since its inception in 1988, the ICCP has gained increasing recognition as a conference of primary importance in the field of computational physics. The previous three conferences were held in Beijing (1988, 1993) and in Taiwan (1995). The 4th International Conference on Computational Physics was held in Singapore, 2-4 June 1997, Hyatt Hotel. The conference aims to cover the main areas of current research in computational physics, through plenary lectures and contributed talks. Topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
    • Computational Fluid Dynamics
    • Condensed Matter and Statistical Physics
    • Physics of Semiconductors
    • Physics of Polymers and Macromolecules
    • Nonlinear, Adaptive and Complex Systems
    • High Performance Computing and Visualization
    • Computer-aided Simulation and Modelling
    • Applications in Industries.

    104. IRE RAS. Computational Physics Laboratory.
    4. computational physics laboratory is concerned with organization and development of computer network in the institute. The laboratory
    The head of laboratory is Prof. Vladimir A. Cherepenin, e-mail: The main research field of the laboratory is computer simulation of physics processes in radio science and electronics. At present the following problems are studied most intensively: 1. Relativistic microwave electronics: development of numerical models for coherent radiation of relativistic electron beams in open and superdimentional electromagnetic structures;
    numerical investigation of interaction between electron beams and nonlinear inhomogeneous media;
    study of generation of squeezed states of electromagnetic field in free electron lasers. Impedance tomography: development of new methods for inhomogeneous media investigation;
    development of effective algorithms for solving the inverse problems of electromagnetic tomography. Integrability of Hamiltonian systems: solving of the problem of the additional first integral existence in some classical problems of mechanics. Computational physics laboratory is concerned with organization and development of computer network in the institute. The laboratory includes the

    computational physics group Applications of statistical physics methods to biological systems. computational physics. Shiri Margel, M.Sc. student.

    106. Computational Physics
    DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS computational physics. Deutsche Version apl. Prof. HMC Computational Particle Physics program of the European Union. Publications.
    DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS Computational Physics
    Deutsche Version
    apl. Prof. Dr. S. Meyer
    Research areas
    Mathematical modelling and simulation of complex systems of statistical mechanics and quantum field theory with supercomputers.
    Quantum field theory activities: chiral symmetry breaking in QCD and spectrum of the Dirac operator. Fermionic algorithms for massive parallel computers.
    Statistical mechanics activities: universality of roughening transitions, real space renormalization group and Kosterlitz-Thouless phase transition.
    Research grants
    • DFG Schwerpunktprogramm "Dynamische-Fermionen" und "Computersimulation von Gittereichtheorien"
    • "Simulations of Systems of Criticality" of the German-Israeli Foundation for Scientific Research
    • HMC Computational Particle Physics program of the European Union
    • M. Hasenbusch und S. Meyer, Cluster-Update Acceleration of Interface Rougening in the 3D Ising Model , Phys.Rev.Lett.

    107. Physics 305: Computational Physics
    Physics 305 computational physics. Physics 305 at the University of Hawaii is a three credit, introductory course which covers computer
    Physics 305: Computational Physics
    Physics 305 at the University of Hawaii is a three credit, introductory course which covers computer basics, numerical methods, and the solution of physics problems using computers. The prerequisites for this course are two semesters of introductory physics and three semesters of calculus (the third semester may be taken concurrently). Physics 305 has two hours of lecture and a 3 hour lab each week. Exercises are assigned during the lab. The course is classified as a Writing Intensive course with the writing intensive part of the grade based on a one or two page summary of the weekly exercise. Students must develop a semester-long project, and at the end of the semester, they must present a class report on the project.
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    108. RMIT - Computational Physics
    computational physics. The computational physics group conducts research projects investigating the properties and behaviour of condensed;ID=4xkx46gnb1qs
    About RMIT
    Study at RMIT Admissions Careers ... Research Search Entire site Entire site, incl. images, multimedia... Home pages Staff and other contact details Academic programs [degrees, certificates...] Courses [subjects] Policy and Procedures Images, pdf, multimedia... Current location for Home Our Organisation Faculties Applied Science ... Computational Physics
    Computational Physics
    The Computational Physics group conducts research projects investigating the properties and behaviour of condensed matter systems using the computational methods of equilibrium and non-equilibrium molecular dynamics and ab-initio molecular dynamics, computational quantum mechanics.
    • Classical Molecular Mechanics (MM) and Molecular Dynamics (MD) Ab-initio Molecular Dynamics Non-equilibrium Molecular Dynamics (NEMD) Brownian Dynamics (BD) Metropolis Monte Carlo (MC) and Reverse Monte Carlo (RMC) Hartree-Fock (HF) Based Electronic Structure Theory Density Functional Theory (DFT) Embedded Atom Method (EAM)
    • VASP (Plane Wave DFT for atoms, molecules, clusters, solids and solid surfaces), academic license

    109. Collaborative Computational Projects - Home Page
    Links to chemistry, physics, and engineering codes, many in Fortran.
    Collaborative Computational Projects
    Home CCPN Other Projects SRRTNet CECAM
    The Collaborative Computational Projects (CCPs), assist universities in developing, maintaining and distributing computer programs and promoting the best computational methods. They are funded by the UK's EPSRC, PPARC and BBSRC Research Councils. Each focuses on a specific area of research.
    • - The electronic structure of molecules
    • - Continuum states of atoms and molecules
    • - Simulation of physical and electronic properties of surfaces and interfaces
    • - Protein crystallography
    • - Computer simulation of condensed phases
    • - Quantum molecular dynamics
    • - Computational studies of the electronic structure of solids
    • - Biosequence and structure analysis
    • - High Performance Computing in Engineering
    • - Fibre and polymer diffraction
    • - Powder and small molecule single crystal diffraction
    • CCPN - A collaborative computing project for the NMR community
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    110. U Of I CODP - Projects
    Projects on numerical plasma simulation, including HPEM code, Monte Carlo Module, and Feature Profile Model, developed at the computational Optical and Discharge physics Group, University of Illinois.
    Home Projects Publications People ... Help T his page contains links to current and past projects by the Computational Optical and Discharge Physics Group. The presentations are in PDF format. You can obtain Acrobat Reader for PDF files from

    111. Cookies Required
    A joint publication of the IEEE Computer Society and the American Institute of physics. It covers computational science and engineering research for a broad range of technical fields. Current and past issues are browsable and searchable.
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    112. Nanotechnology Conference - 2002 International Conference On Computational Nanos
    An interdisciplinary integrative forum on nanotechnology computational efforts in the Biology, Chemistry, physics and Materials fields. San Juan, Puerto Rico.
    Welcome Program Announcement Author Information Organization ... Sponsors ICCN 2002
    696 San Ramon Valley Blvd.
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    Welcome to the 2002 International Conference on
    Computational Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
    April 22-25, 2002
    San Juan
    Puerto Rico USA
    An Interdisciplinary Integrative Forum on Nanotechnology Computational Efforts in the Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Materials fields.
    In Association with
    Advance Conference Technical Program
    Workshop on Compact Modeling Presentation Slides
    Conference Venue: San Juan, Puerto Rico, U.S.A. Located on the Condado Beach, 10 minutes from the airport with easy and organized access to Old and new San Juan, El Murro Fort, El Yunqua Rain Forest National Park , Camuy Caverns, Arecibo Observatory , Bacardi Rum Distillery, San Juan Business district, Shopping and Dining venues, Theater and Nightlife, Historical and Cultural landmarks. Sponsored and Endorsed by:
    • DARPA APS SIAM Sloan Foundation IEEE-EDS TIMA-CMP EPFL ISTEC ACRS NSTI Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo, P.C.

    113. CUC3 Home Page
    Features theoretical research and modelling on a range of topics in theoretical and quantum chemistry, condensed matter physics, surface science and statistical mechanics.
    The Cambridge University Centre for Computational Chemistry groups theoretically-minded members of the Cambridge Department of Chemistry in premises on the recently refurbished third floor of the Department. Around 50 members, comprising staff, research fellows, postdoctoral associates, postgraduate students, and visiting scientists from all over the world, work on many aspects of theoretical and computational chemistry. ab initio MD, as well as global optimization algorithms for the exploration of multi-dimensional energy surfaces.
    Aqueous CuII ion showing highest occupied molecular orbital. Instantaneous snapshot sampled from a spin polarized Car-Parrinello simulation. Image provided by Michiel Sprik
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    114. Workshop On Computational Complexity And Statistical Physics
    Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA; 46 September 2001.
    September 4 - 6, 2001
    Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA
    Sponsored by Los Alamos National Laboratory, the Santa Fe Institute
    and the University of New Mexico

    Recently, there has been increasing interest among computer scientists, physicists and mathematicians in the study of phase transitions in combinatorial problems. The most challenging instances of such problems are often found near a threshold in parameter space, where certain characteristics of the problem change dramatically. However, the precise nature of the link between algorithmic complexity and phase transitions remains tentative. A better understanding of critical phenomena in this context will be invaluable to improving our current notions of algorithmic performance. This 3-day workshop aims to bring together researchers in theoretical and experimental computer science, physics and mathematics. The goal is to provide an interdisciplinary forum for the exchange of ideas, enabling a better understanding of the state-of-the-art, and more ambitiously, charting the course towards a theory of critical phenomena in algorithmic problems. It is expected that some of the papers presented at the workshop will be included in an edited volume, to be published in the Santa Fe Institute "Studies in the Sciences of Complexity" series.

    115. (Israel) Weizmann Institute Of Science, Rehovot
    The Carl F. Gauss Minerva Center for Scientific Computation. New fundamental computational approaches in physics, chemistry, applied mathematics and engineering, introducing, in particular, advanced multiscale (multi-resolution) and parallel-processing methods.
    The Carl F. Gauss Minerva Center for Scientific Computation
    Achi Brandt, Director
    The Gauss Center was officially inaugurated in the fall of 1993, thanks to a generous endowment from the Ministry for Science and Technology (BMFT) of the Federal Republic of Germany, through the joint committee for German-Israeli cooperation (Minerva). Its objective is to act as a catalyst for the development of new fundamental computational approaches in physics, chemistry, applied mathematics and engineering, introducing, in particular, advanced multi-scale (multi-resolution) and parallel-processing methods. The Gauss Center interacts with many fields of application, contributing to the transfer of algorithmic ideas back and forth among widely varying types of problems. It offers workshops, short courses, temporary supervision and graduate studies for full-time students, guest students, and visiting scientists. The Gauss Minerva Center's technical report series is available for downloading. So is also a detailed survey paper of all the current projects, briefly listed below.

    116. Journal Of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics, Home Page
    Papers on fundamental mathematical and computational methods in mathematical physics. Full text, free from vol.5 (1998).
    Journal of
    Nonlinear Mathematical Physics
    ISSN: 1402-9251
    A Quarterly International Research Journal
    We publish research papers on fundamental mathematical and computational methods in mathematical physics in the form of Letters, Articles, and Review Articles. This journal is published by Norbert Euler at the Department of Mathematics , Luleå University of Technology in Sweden.
    • Access (View the published papers in Postscript and PDF format)
    For more information on paper submissions subscription orders , or any other queries, please contact:
    Norbert Euler

    Managing Editor
    Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics
    Department of Mathematics
    Luleå University of Technology
    SE-971 87 Luleå Sweden. E-mail: Fax: +46-920-491073 Tel: +46-920-492878 OVERLAY and ARCHIVE Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics is an " Overlay Journal " on the e-print arXiv maintained at Cornell University, USA. All papers published after 1997, with the exception of the Supplement Issues, are freely available to all scientists on the arXiv six month after publication.

    117. Indextest.html
    Multidisciplinary research and engineering at the interface of biology, chemistry, physics, and computational biology

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    118. First Principles Research
    Provides expertise in computational chemistry and physics to a variety of industries. Located in Los Angeles, CA.
    First Principles Research
    The primary focus of First Principles Research is to provide expertise in computational chemistry and physics to a variety of industries. Our resources are devoted to a mixture of consulting, contract research, and basic research. Projects First Principles Research has been involved with since its founding in 1994 include high temperature superconductivity, kinetic models for oil hydrocracking and gasoline reforming, physical and numerical models for medical devices and airborne/space-based radar. Details on this and other work can be found at this website. For additional information, please contact us directly as indicated below.
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    119. Marius Clore Group / NIH
    G. Marius Clore; Laboratory of Chemical physics, NIDDK, NIH; Research Macromolecular NMR of protein complexes, development and application of improved NMR and computational methods for NMR structure determination.

    120. MadMax Optics - FMM Toolbox™ For MATLAB©
    Provides robust, fast, and highorder accurate solvers for a core set of partial differential equations - including the Laplace, Poisson and modified Helmholtz equations. free These arise throughout classical and modern physics, in areas such as electrostatics, magnetostatics, incompressible flow, astrophsyics, and computational chemistry.
    2D Toolbox Version 1.02 - Full release now available! Faster Software for Computational Physics
    A new generation of software for partial differential equations. The amount of work scales linearly with the number of unknowns and the user can control the desired precision.
    Named one of the "Top Ten Algorithms of the Century" by Computing in Science and Engineering Magazine! (Jan/Feb 2000)
    Our solvers are flexible, easy to use, and easy to integrate into your software. All we need is the data defining the problem - you get the solution at any set of locations you choose. No grid generation is required, saving you both time and effort.
    • Computes electrostatic fields at any set of target locations due to a charge and dipole distribution you provide. Obtains results in O(N) time for N sources and targets.

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