This category lists sites pertaining to the use of computer simulations of physical systems and numerical methods for solving physics equations.
Practical aspects of conducting research via computer simulations are discussed.
A tool to create and edit coordinates and configurations for use in computational atomic and molecular sciences.
A computation intelligence car evolution using physics.
A computational physics course based on the C programming language of the school of physics by Prof. Michael Ashley at the University of New South Wales.
Trondheim, Norway 23 - 26 June 2010
An inter-university research facility to function as a base to develop research in computational physics and parallel computer science.
The department in the Faculty of Science and Technology at the University of Twente.
An applets collections of many physics phenomena.
A company founded to perform advanced scientific research and technology development in atmospheric and space physics.
Essays on computational physics and modelling magnetic material. Software for simulating the Belousov-Zhabotinsky chemical reaction and for solving the travelling salesman problem.
Features models and lesson plans based around the use of scientific computing in science, math, and technology to help educators add inquiry based exercises to their classrooms.
A program library of the programs in computational physics and physical chemistry which are described in the journal Computer Physics Communications.
Mathematical Modeling of Electromigration in thin film interconnects, Internal Friction spectrum.
The conference will be held from August 5-8, 2008 and covers several fields of computational physics.
Dispersion-correcting potentials for using density-functional theory methods to accurately and reliably model non-covalent interactions.
This branch of the American Physical Society is focused on computational physics.
A group in the Mechanical Engineering department at Stanford University. FPCE is contributing new theories, models and computational tools for accurate engineering design analysis and control of complex flows.
Meeting to bring together computational scientists from several disciplines.
Institute for the promotion of computational science.
Parallel processing systems used to perform molecular dynamics simulation, data analysis, and visualization.
Describes a method of defining lattice geometries for use in computational physics.
Path integrals in nonlinear stochastic systems. Applications to nuclear physics, neocortex, combat simulations.
A master of physics student's logged learning journey through scientific computation and programming on linux.
Providing materials researchers with the information they need to design better, to accelerate innovation in materials research.
Is a molecular dynamics (MD) simulation program tailored for effective calculation of ion ranges.
Integrates the idea of multigrid with contact detection problems. Detects potential physical contacts among all the objects in the system.
Is a modelling Toolkit that contain a Particle-Particle nBody model, a visualiser to display the time evolution, and other utilities to assist in the development of nBody simulation.
An object-oriented open-source finite-element library for the simulation of multi-physics problems. Introduction, download, documentation and example usage. [GPL]
Computational Resources for Teaching.
A site contains details of various point-group symmetries, their inter-relations and specific information regarding dipole-transition selection rules.
A contact algorithm for multibody dynamics.
Contains useful tools for analysing results of VASP calculations and a place to share knowledge with other scientists.
Plasma modeling, rarefied gas dynamics, scientific computing, and data visualization articles with source codes and interactive demos.
Is a Linux release put together by Fermilab, CERN, and various other labs and universities around the world ready tuned for experimenters.
Provide a compilation of methods for nonlinear data analysis.
Research topics: quantum computing, time-resolved optical imaging, morphological image analysis, quantum Monte Carlo, nano-scale magnetism, chaos; in Netherlands.
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