Computational Physics

Abstract

A reading project designed to establish the basics of Computational Theory and it's applications to various aspects of phenomenological and theoretical physics.

Literature Used

Reading:

  1. " Computational Physics: Problem Solving With Computers" by  Rubin H. Landau et al.

  2. "Computational Physics: Simulation of Classical and Quantum Systems" by Philip O. J. Scherer

  3. "Computational Physics" by Mark Newman

Reference:

  1. "Computational Quantum Mechanics" by Joshua Izaac and Jingbo Wang

Heutogogy

This project involves a weekly/biweekly meeting in discord during which we review assigned material for that time period and discuss our thoughts on what we learned recently. The solved problems from the sources will also be cross-checked during this time. We also plan to have talks in the future in relation to interesting topics

Talks

There are no talks planned currently