PHYS 2300 - Scientific Computing for Physical Systems
Credits:(3) Typically taught: Fall [Full Sem]
An introduction to computer programming and fundamental numerical algorithms as used for problem solving and visualization in the natural sciences. Applications may include nonlinear dynamics, chaos, many-particle systems, and Monte Carlo techniques. Prerequisite: PHYS 2210, MATH 1210, and either MATH 1200 or CS 1030 or permission of the instructor.