PHYS 446 - Modern Computational Physics
Last offered Spring 2023
This is an immersive advanced computational physics course. The goals in this class are to program from scratch, simulate, and understand the physics within a series of multi-week projects spanning areas such as quantum computing, statistical mechanics, the renormalization group, machine learning, and topological insulators. The course approach (lectures, one-on-one interaction in class, etc.) is centered around giving you the information and skills you need to succeed in carrying out these projects. Course Information: 3 undergraduate hours. No graduate credit. Prerequisite: PHYS 246.
|Modern Computational Physics||A||74443||LEC||3||1000 - 1120||M W||3018 Campus Instructional Facility||Bryan K Clark|