Physics Computational

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  • C++ Template Classes for Geometric Algebras - The Geometric or Clifford algebras have a variety of applications in physics and computer vision and other places.
  • Center for Computational Physics - University of Tsukuba - The Center for Computational Physics was founded at the University of Tsukuba as an inter-university research facility. The purpose of the Center is to function as a base to develop research in computational physics and parallel computer science
  • Chris Oubre's Computational Physics Page - Graduate student at Rice University, and one of an emerging new breed in Computational Physics, which combines the two passions: Programming and Finding out Why.
  • Computational Particle Dynamics Working Group - Research in the analysis of algorithms for solving spin systems.
  • Computational Physics - Simulation and modelling are usually taught by stressing numerical techniques -- this course focuses on using symbolic or computer algebra -- in particular, using Mathematica.
  • Computational Physics Inc. - Computational Physics, Inc. (CPI) was founded to perform advanced scientific research and technology development in atmospheric and space physics. Products and projects, news, press releases, jobs, publications, related links.
  • Computational Physics Resource on the Internet - A very extensive list of resource websites for computational condensed matter physics software, visualization and scientific programming software, research groups, journals and lecture material.
  • Computational Science - Essays on computational physics and modelling magnetic material. Software for simulating the Belousov-Zhabotinsky chemical reaction and for solving the travelling salesman problem.
  • Computational Science Education Project - CSEP is an electronic book for teaching Computational Science and Engineering. The intended audience are students in science and engineering at the advanced undergraduate level and higher.
  • Computational Science Education Project Homepage - A General Computational Physics resource website primarily intended for upper-year University students. Includes links to University Computational Physics groups, computational physics journals.
  • Computer Simulation Laboratory - Mathematical Modeling of Electromigration in thin film interconnects, Internal Friction spectrum.
  • 3D Physics - An overview of numerical methods of simulating physical systems.
  • Division of Computational Physics - This branch of the American Physical Society is focused on computational physics
  • EPF CPL Computational Physics Laboratory - An investigation infrastructure training students in scientific calculation in physics and informatics.
  • GNU Scientific Library - The GNU Scientific Library (GSL) is a numerical library for C and C++ programmers. It is free software under the GNU General Public License.
  • Krell Institute - Institute for the promotion of computational science.
  • Lattice Geometries - Describes a method of defining lattice geometries for use in computational physics.
  • Lectures from the 2001 Summer School on Computational Materials Science - Full set of notes in computational solid state physics from talks given by recognized leaders in the field.
  • Lester Ingber's Archive - Path integrals in nonlinear stochastic systems. Applications to nuclear physics, neocortex, combat simulations.
  • N-Body Simulation Methods - This site keeps track of the various methods used in simulating n-body systems.
  • Numerical Simulation of Waves - An online textbook on using numerical methods to solve a variety of wave equations in mathematical physics.
  • A practical guide to computer simulations - Here practical aspects of conducting research via computer simulations are discussed.
  • University of Groningen, Computational Physics Group - Research topics: quantum computing, time-resolved optical imaging, morphological image analysis, quantum Monte Carlo, nano-scale magnetism, chaos; in Netherlands.

    What is the electron spin?
    Electron spin is the electron's electromagnetic field angular momentum

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