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PHYS 370. Introduction to Computational Physics. 3 Credits.

Introduction to computational methods, with applications to planetary motion, numerical integration, chaotic oscillations, percolation, random walks, diffusion limited aggregation, molecular dynamics simulation, Monte Carlo methods, and Fourier transforms. 2 lectures, 2 one-hour laboratories. Prereq: PHYS 251, MATH 166 and CSCI 160 or ECE 173. Coreq: PHYS 252.

Computer Engineering

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...PHYS 252, IME 440, IME 456, IME 460, IME 470, BIOL 151/151L, BIOL 370...