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SESSION: PHYSICS: Examples in Computational Physics Part II
EVENT TYPE: Education
TIME: 10:30AM - 12:00PM
SESSION CHAIR: Rubin H Landau
ABSTRACT: Part II covers examples that go beyond the more basic computational skills and discussion of the eTextBook given in Part I, and spends more time having the participants run the Python (or Java) programs. Depending upon participants' interests, the topics may well include nonlinear dynamics, numerical solutions of partial differential equations, tools for analyses (discrete Fourier transform, wavelets), fluid dynamics and visualizations. These materials too derive from a new eTextbook available on the Web (http://physics.oregonstate.edu/~rubin/Books/eBookWorking/) that includes video-based lectures, Python programs, applets, visualizations and animations.
Prerequisite: "Python-Based Computational Physics Examples Part I" session or equivalent.