Introduction to Mathematical and Computational Methods in Physics

PHYSICS 130

This is a learning by doing course whose objective is for the students to learn practical methods for solving physics problems using mathematical and computational tools. The course gives an introduction to applied mathematics and basic computational tools and techniques used in contemporary scientific fields of research. The format of the course is highly interactive. Each course unit will be devoted to a specific activity, including a lecture from the instructor, working groups on solving analytical problems, and working groups on coding with Python. Prerequisite: Previous or concurrent Calculus I is recommended.
Course Attributes: FA NSM; AR NSM; AS NSM; AS AN

Section 01

Introduction to Mathematical and Computational Methods in Physics
INSTRUCTOR: Pastore
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Instructors

Saori Pastore

Saori Pastore

Associate Chair and Associate Professor of Physics

saori@wustl.edu
757-632-3138