Computational Physics National Taiwan University
Computer simulations have become an integral part of contemporary basic and applied physics, and have been serving as a bridge between theoretical and experimental physics. This course introduces computational methods for solving problems in physical sciences whose complexity or difficulty places them beyond analytic solution or human endurance.
Fundamental programming techniques in C; Basic Mathematical Operations; Integration and Differentiation; System of Linear Equations; Matrix Operations; Differential and Integral Equations; Probability and Statistics; Monte Carlo Methods; Ising model; Lattice QCD; Partial Differential Equations.
Each student is required to attend the lectures, to work out the problem sets (70%), plus a term project (30%).
Online Course Requirement
TING WAI CHIU