Course Number: 203-2-5231
The goal of this course is to provide a
modern in-depth introduction to Computational Physics.
The course covers Numerical Methods, Case Studies and Computational
Tools with an emphasize on Parallel Computing.
The course contains several "mini-courses" about computational tools where demos and/or hands-on practice will take place.
- Numerical methods in
Linear Algebra, Numerical
Integration, Monte Carlo methods, ODEs, PDEs
Decay, Kinematics, Heat Equation, Random
Walk, Metropolis Algorithm, Wave
and Advanced topics
Programming in Python, Parallel
(MPI, OpenMP) and Grid Computing (Condor), Visualization
Physics students, 3rd
year of their BSc. and MSc.
The course duration is one semester.
3 hours per week
Time: Thursday, 5pm-8pm.
Class location: Building 32, Room 207
Dr. Guy Tel-Zur, Email: gtelzur AT
Reception hours: Immediately after class
Last update: June-25-2010
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