Computational Methods in Physics

G.P.Gilfoyle, Instructor

Programming ENIAC the first electronic computer.

Computational Methods in Physics (Physics 215) is a semester-long introduction to the use of the computer to solve physics problems. We use two upper-level laboratories (D208 and D209) equipped with about 14 PCs running Mathematica. This page contains material for courses including downloadable copies of the Mathematica notebooks developed for the course.

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