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  1. Methods in Computational Physics (Advances in Research and Applications, Volume 9- Plasma Physics by Unknown, 1970
  2. Computational Physics: Proceedings of the Ninth Physics Summer School : The Australian National University, Canberra, Act 0200, Australia, 8-25 January 1996 by Physics Summer School 1996 (Australian National University), Henry J. Gardner, et all 1997-06
  3. Methods In Computational Physics Advances In Research and Applications Volume 1 Statistical Physics by Berni et All Alder, 1963
  4. Journal of Computational PhysicsVol. 215, No. 1June 10, 2006 by Journal of Computational Physics Staff, 2006
  5. Journal of Computational PhysicsVol. 220, No. 2January 10, 2007 by Journal of Computational Physics Staff, 2007
  6. Computational Physics
  7. Flux Coordinates and Magnetic Field Structure: A Guide to a Fundamental Tool of Plasma Theory (Springer Series in Computational Physics) by W.D. D'haeseleer, W.N.G. Hitchon, et all 1990-11-30
  8. Computational Methods for Kinetic Models of Magnetically Confined Plasmas (Springer Series in Computational Physics) by J. Killeen, G.D. Kerbel, et all 1986-04
  9. Computational Approaches in Condensed-Matter Physics: Proceedings of the 6th Nishinomiya-Yukawa Memorial Symposium, Nishinomiya, Japan, October 24, 1 (Springer Proceedings in Physics) by S. Miyashita, M. Imada, 1992-12
  10. Journal of Computational PhysicsVol. 214, No. 1May 1, 2006 by Journal of Computational Physics Staff, 2006
  11. Methods In Computational Physics Vol. 15 Vibrational Properties Of Solids
  12. Finite Difference Techniques for Vectorized Fluid Dynamics Calculations (Springer Series in Computational Physics)
  13. Methods in Computational Physics Volume 1 by Berni Alder, 1963
  14. Computational Accelerator Physics (AIP Conference Proceedings)

121. Discrete Random Walks 2003
Theory and Applications in Combinatorics, computational Biology, Computer Science, Probabilities, and Statistical physics. Institut Henri Poincar©, Paris, France; 15 September 2003.
Marches aléatoires discrètes : théorie et applications en combinatoire,
biologie algorithmique, informatique théorique, probabilités, physique statistique Discrete Random Walks: Theory and Applications in Combinatorics,
Computational Biology, Computer Science, Probabilities, and Statistical Physics
September 1-5, 2003
Institut Henri Poincaré
11, rue Pierre et Marie Curie
Paris, France


After a more or less random walk on the web, you reached the website of the conference "Discrete Random Walks 2003".
This conference (this is its first edition) will hold in Paris 1-5 September 2003. New: Proceedings are now available on-line (final DMTCS version)
New: The following conferences (advertised during DRW2003) may be of interest for you: Third Colloquium on Mathematics and Computer Science (Algorithms, Trees, Combinatorics and Probabilities, September 13-17, 2004, Vienna, Austria)
Retrospective in Combinatorics Honoring Stanley's 60th birthday
(MIT, June 22-26, 2004) DRW2003: Scope of the conference Scientific committee

Two linked workshops within the Computation, Combinatorics and Probability programme at the Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge, UK. Part I Combinatorial and computational Aspects of Statistical physics; 2630 August 2002. Part II Random Graphs and Structures; 26 September 2002.
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, UK RANDOM STRUCTURES
comprising the linked workshops
26 - 30 AUGUST 2002
2 - 6 SEPTEMBER 2002

in association with the Newton Institute programme entitled Computation, Combinatorics and Probability
(29 July to 20 December 2002)
Abstracts Participants
Memphis ), Martin Dyer ( Leeds ), Mark Jerrum ( Edinburgh ), Alan Sokal ( New York ) and Peter Winkler ( Bell Labs Theme of Workshop
The heading "random structures" is intended to cover both the finite (random graphs, partial orders, etc.) and infinite (configurations of some physical model on an infinite lattice). Our aim is to bring together combinatorialists, probabilists, physicists and theoretical computer scientists to engage in an interdisciplinary meeting that will study random structures from various directions. Structure
There will be two linked workshops: Combinatorial and computational aspects of statistical physics and Random graphs and structures . The overarching theme that unites these two is that of phase transition, broadly interpreted. A rough distinction between the two workshops might be that the first deals with phase transitions in infinite systems (e.g., the Ising model on the 2-dimensional square lattice), and the second with "phase transitions" in finite structure (e.g., random graphs or random partial orders). However, this distinction is certainly not intended to be a hard-and-fast. Computational questions - such as the extent to which phase transitions may coincide with the boundary between tractable and intractable - will certainly be addressed.

computational plasma physics, object oriented electromagnetic PIC, applications of relativistic ebeam high power microwaves. Plasma Theory and Simulation Group (PTSG), University of California at Berkeley, USA.
Professor in the Graduate School
EECS Department

191M Cory Hall #1770
University of California

Berkeley, CA 94720-1770

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124. Nanotechnology Conference - ICCN2001 WELCOME
An interdisciplinary integrative forum on nanotechnology computational efforts in the Biology, Chemistry, physics and Materials fields. Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, USA.

Conference Technical Program

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125. School Of Computing, Mathematical And Information Sciences
computational Mathematics Group. Interests include Acoustics, Bubble dynamics, Diffusion in gels and Plasma physics.
undergraduate postgraduate professional consultancy ... contacts Information about... Faculty of MIS Brighton Business School School of Service Management CENTRIM B.U.R.K.S. (Resource Kit) CMIS Intranet Undergraduate Courses Postgraduate Courses Courses for Working Professionals Consultancy Research Contact Us Search for CMIS Staff University of Brighton Student Intranet Staff Central
Computational Mathematics Group
School of Computing, Mathematical and Information Sciences, University of Brighton
: Dr. Roma Chakrabarti, Dr. Steve Ellacott Dr. Paul Harris , Dr. David Henwood, Mr. Keith Parramore and Dr. William Wilkinson. For further information about staff, look at the CMIS Staff Search CURRENT AND RECENT RESEARCH STUDENTS: Hui Wang, David Chappell The Computational Mathematics Group is involved with a number of on-going research projects. The details of some of these are listed below.
The Boundary Element Method
Previous research has covered a variety of application areas, notably bubble dynamics. However current activity focuses on acoustics.

126. Callen, James D.
Theoretical and computational plasma physics, controlled thermonuclear fusion, magnetic confinement of plasmas. Center for Plasma Theory and Computation, University of WisconsinMadison.
Engineering Physics Faculty James D. Callen
James D. Callen
Professor Emeritus
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    521 Engineering Research Building
    1500 Engineering Drive
    Madison, WI 53706 Tel: 608/262-1370
    Fax: 608/265-2438
    Program Affiliations Education
    • BS 1962, Nuclear Engineering, Kansas State University
    • MS 1964, Nuclear Engineering, Kansas State University
    • PhD 1968, Nuclear Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    • Postdoc 1968-69, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ
    Fields of Interest
    • controlled thermonuclear fusion
    • theoretical and computational plasma physics
    • magnetic confinement of plasmas
    • nuclear fission
    Selected Awards, Honors and Societies
    • AEC, Fulbright, NSF Graduate and NSF Postdoctoral Fellowships
    • Fellow of the American Physics Society (1978)
    • Fellow of the American Nuclear Society (1984)
    • DoE Distinguished Associate Award (TPA/1988)
    • Guggenheim Fellowship (1986)
    • Elected to National Academy of Engineering
    • Fusion Power Associates Distinguished Career Award (2002)
    • CoE Byron Bird Award for Excellence in a Research Publishing (2003)
    Additional Experience
    • Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton)
    • Oak Ridge National Laboratory
    • JET Joint Undertaking (Abingdon, England)
  • 127. MainPage
    Postdoctoral Researcher at Brandeis University. Research interests are computational fluid dynamics, particlesolid and plasma interaction physics, plasma physics, biophysics of membrane proteins.
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    128. 2003 International Conference On Computational Nanoscience And Nanotechnology, I
    Third International Conference on computational Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. Interdisciplinary forum on nanotechnology computational efforts in the fields of Biology, Chemistry, physics and Materials. San Francisco, CA, USA; 2327 February 2003.
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    Call for Papers
    Welcome to the Third International Conference on
    Computational Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
    February 23-27, 2003
    Grand Hyatt San Francisco
    San Francisco California USA
    An Interdisciplinary Integrative Forum on Nanotechnology Computational Efforts in the Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Materials fields. Conference Technical Program
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    • Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency ASME Nanotechnology Institute Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics TIMA-CMP Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Ibero-American Science and Technology Education Consortium American Institute of Chemical Engineers UC-Davis, Department of Applied Science Accelrys, Inc. ANSYS, Inc. Ardesta, LLC COMSOL, Inc. Coventor, Inc. Larta MEMSCAP Motorola, Inc. NanoBusiness Alliance Computational Publications Nano Science and Technology Institute Applied Computational Research Society
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    129. Computational Plasma Physics
    computational plasma physics and controlled fusion, stellarator theory. Division of computational Fluid Dynamics, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University, USA.
    Professor Paul R. Garabedian
    Director, Division of Computational Fluid Dynamics
    Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences
    New York University
    251 Mercer Street
    New York, NY 10012
    Tel: 212-998-3237, Fax: 212-995-4121
    Conformal Mapping
    Numerical Methods in Transonic Aerodynamics
    Summary of Research in Computational Plasma Physics
    Introduction to controlled thermonuclear fusion. Color plot of a plasma confined in toroidal equilibrium. Weak solutions of the mathematical problem. Capture of magnetic islands and current sheets. ... Bibliography.

    130. COCHEM'03
    Nonlinear phenomena in computational chemical physics. Barcelona, Spain; 914 June 2003.

    131. Office Of Science
    Funds basic research to advance the fundamental science knowledge base and train future scientists. Topics include materials and chemical sciences, engineering and geosciences, and energy biosciences; magnetic fusion energy; health and environmental research; high energy and nuclear physics; computational and technology research in mathematical, informational, and computational sciences.
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    Fusion Science Centers DOE Funds Fusion Science Centers at University of Maryland/UCLA and University of Rochester
    DOE Nanoscale Science Research Centers Ground Broken for Nanotechnology Center at Sandia and Los Alamos Labs
    Global Cooperation in Science and Technology

    132. Professor Gosman's CFD Group
    Research into the mechanics and uses of computational Fluid Dynamics including numerics, physics and applications.

    133. Bioscience Division | Worldview
    Fosters research at the interface of biology, chemistry, physics, and computational biology to create and discover frontier science and technology that benefit national security, public health, and the environment.
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    Bioscience Division integrates biology,
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    134. MCC: Announcements From The Center
    Full set of notes in computational solid state physics from talks given by recognized leaders in the field.
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    135. Codes For PHYCS 498A
    Codes for course by Richard M. Martin.
    Fortan Codes for PHYCS 498A
    The codes are written in FORTRAN 90, free format style. To compile them on an IBM workstation, use the command. Numerical Quadrature:
    • simpn.f - Simpson's rule integration. simpe.f

    • - Simpson's rule integration, refines grid until desired accuracy is obtained.
    • inttest.f

    • - Program to test these quaderature routines.
    Root finding:
    • bisect.f - Bisection method root finder. hybrid.f - Hybrid bisection/secant root finder. roottest.f - Program to test these root finder routines.
    Semiclassical Quantization: All above codes in a tar-file: codes.tar Poison Equation solution by Green's function method Solution of 1d Schrodinger equation by shooting method Source code:

    136. Untitled Document
    Offers degrees in physics for Business Applications, computational Biology, computational Linguistics and Environmental Science.
    Home Programs People Opportunities The Graduate programs in academic science departments at the University of Southern California (USC) and elsewhere have stressed their Ph.D. programs, often to the exclusion of master's programs. The University of Southern California, with support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation , has created three new professional master's degrees in the sciences designed to meet the demands of graduate students and employers. The se Professional Master's Degree programs are Physics for Business Applications Computational Biology , and Computational Linguistics . All these programs have the common feature of being interdisciplinary and are designed to provide graduates with a complementary set of skills For more information about Professional Master's Programs in the Sciences at USC, email Dr. Hans Bozler, Program Director at or Call (213) 740-1125. The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

    137. Division Of ENGINEERING & APPLIED SCIENCE At Caltech
    Research in many areas including VLSI, computational vision, the physics of computation, optics, fluid mechanics and micromachining.
    Kudos to Professor Tom Hou , who has been named the Charles Lee Powell Professor of Applied and Computational Mathematics, and to Professor John Doyle , who has been named the John G Braun Professor of Control and Dynamical Systems, Electrical Engineering, and Bioengineering (both appointments as of June 1). Professor Tapio Schneider is one of six Caltech professors to receive an Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship this year. The Sloan Fellows are selected on the basis of "their exceptional promise to contribute to the advancement of knowledge." Schneider works on understanding climate and the dynamical processes in the atmosphere that determine basic climatic features such as the pole-to-equator temperature gradient and the distribution of water vapor. Developing mathematical models of the large-scale (1000 km) turbulent transport of heat, mass, and water vapor is one central aspect of this research. Three members of the faculty have been named among the most recent winners of the prestigious Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE), including

    138. Conf.dr. Dorina Vangheli, HomePage
    Head of the Theoretical and computational Department, West University, Timisoara. Includes her, CV, publication and research links.

    139. Computational Mathematics And Mathematical Physics
    A monthly journal of the Russian Academy of Science (RAS). It contains the English translations of papers published in the Zhurnal Vychislitel¢€™noi Matematiki i Matematicheskoi Fiziki, which was founded in 1961 by Academician A.A. Dorodnitsyn. The Journal includes surveys and original papers on computational mathematics, computational methods of mathematical physics, informatics, and other mathematical sciences.

    140. Contributions Of 20th Century Women To Physics
    Contributions of 20th century women to physics This World Wide Web (WWW) site provides citations of 20th century women who have made original and important contributions to physics before 1976.

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