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101. PHY 411506: Computational Physics II PHY 411506 Â Spring 2004. computational physics II. Course Requirements. computational physics by JM Thijssen, (Cambridge University Press, 1999). http://electron.physics.buffalo.edu/phy411506/  

102. HUTPhysics, Homepage Of Computational Physics Group Laboratory of Physics computational physics. Computational Condensed Matter and Complex Materials Group (COMP). Academy of Finland Center of Excellence. http://www.fyslab.hut.fi/comp/  

103. International Conference On Computational Physics The 4th International Conference on computational physics (June 2 4, 1997, Singapore). http://www.cz3.nus.edu.sg/conferences/iccp4/conf_main.html  

104. IRE RAS. Computational Physics Laboratory. 4. computational physics laboratory is concerned with organization and development of computer network in the institute. The laboratory http://www.cplire.ru/html/welcpl.html  

105. Nacphy.physics.orst.edu/ computational physics group Applications of statistical physics methods to biological systems. computational physics. Shiri Margel, M.Sc. student. shiri.margel@weizmann.ac.il. http://nacphy.physics.orst.edu/ 
106. Computational Physics DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS computational physics. Deutsche Version apl. Prof. HMC Computational Particle Physics program of the European Union. Publications. http://gluon.physik.unikl.de/w_meyer/w_meyer_eng.html  

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 http://www.phys.hawaii.edu/~fah/305www/305.html  

108. RMIT  Computational Physics computational physics. The computational physics group conducts research projects investigating the properties and behaviour of condensed http://www.rmit.edu.au/browse;ID=4xkx46gnb1qs  

109. Collaborative Computational Projects  Home Page Links to chemistry, physics, and engineering codes, many in Fortran. http://www.ccp.ac.uk/  

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. http://uigelz.ece.uiuc.edu/Projects/index.html  

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. http://ojps.aip.org/cise/  

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. http://www.cr.org/ICCN2002  

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. http://wwwtheor.ch.cam.ac.uk/  

114. Workshop On Computational Complexity And Statistical Physics Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA; 46 September 2001. http://cnls.lanl.gov/~gistrate/conference/cfp.html  

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 (multiresolution) and parallelprocessing methods. http://www.wisdom.weizmann.ac.il/~achi/gaussctr.html  

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). http://www.sm.luth.se/~norbert/home_journal/  

117. Indextest.html Multidisciplinary research and engineering at the interface of biology, chemistry, physics, and computational biology http://bdiv.lanl.gov/  

118. First Principles Research Provides expertise in computational chemistry and physics to a variety of industries. Located in Los Angeles, CA. http://www.firstprinciples.com/  

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. http://spin.niddk.nih.gov/clore/ 
120. MadMax Optics  FMM Toolbox™ For MATLABÂ© 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. http://www.madmaxoptics.com/technology/products/FMMToolbox.asp  

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