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[Dr. Jayandren Rasaiah] Course Offerings -- (Schedule Variable)

Chemical Simulation Methods:
(CHY 573)

(3 Credit Hours)

The course discusses Monte Carlo and Molecular Dynamics simulation methods with applications in chemistry, physics, chemical engineering, materials science and molecular biology. Students are required to complete programming assignments in the main simulations methods discussed in class. Hands on experience will be provided with model programs on Silicon Graphics(SGI) workstations in Aubert Hall which could also be accessed through the campus network with appropiate software and a password.

Fortran is the programming language used for the course. UNIX is the operating system for the SGI workstations. An introduction to basic UNIX commands will be taught simultaneously.

Prerequisites: Undergraduate Physical Chemistry CHY471 or Introductory Modern Physics PHY236, and a knowledge of Fortran)

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