A. John Mallinckrodt   Professor of Physics, Cal Poly Pomona
Phy409
Physics 409, Computational Physics, is an upper division physics course in applied numerical methods. Students learn a variety of numerical methods including iteration, numerical integration, numerical solutions of differential equations, and monte carlo methods in the context of their application to problems from nuclear physics, optics, electricity and magnetism, classical mechanics, nonlinear dynamics, thermal physics, and spectroscopy.
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Fall Quarter, 2002
Team Taught with Professor Peter Siegel

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