Final project presentations are scheduled for Thursday, June 2, during lab. Refer to the grading rubric as you prepare your presentation. Each group has exactly 10 minutes to give their presentation.
Final project reports are due by 5pm Monday, June 6. The same grading rubric applies.
Class meets Monday and Wednesday from 2:00-2:50 and Friday from 2:00 to 3:50. All classes meet in Lind 113.
Required text: "Computational Physics (2nd ed.)" by Nicholas Giordano and Hisao Nakanishi (see below for details).
Homework policy: You may work together to figure things out and share ideas, but each student must prepare their own program and notebook with detailed comments.
Computational Physics, Second Edition,
Nicholas Giordano and Hisao Nakanishi
Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2006
Matlab: An Introduction with Applications, third edition
|Online Reference (available through the CWU library only)|
Fortran 95 Handbook
Adams et al, editors
MIT Press, 1997
Mathematica for Physics, Second Edition,
Robert Zimmerman and Fredrick Olness
Addison Wesley, 2002
Reference Material (Mathematica tutorial notebooks are based on lectures given by Robert Zimmerman at U. Oregon. Written for version 6.)
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