PHYS 446 - Modern Computational Physics
|Modern Computational Physics||PHYS446||A||74443||LEC||3||1000 - 1120||M W||158 Loomis Laboratory||Lucas K. Wagner|
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.