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Course "Computer Physics" for 1st and 2nd year students of Physics

Lecturers

Prof. Victor Zadkov, Prof. Svyatoslav Shlenov

Seminars and Computer Classes

Prof. Victor Zadkov, Prof. Svyatoslav Shlenov, Dr. A.V.Tarasishin, Dr. Konstantin Rudenko, Dr. Andrey Larichev, Dr. Il'ya Nikolaev, Dr. Tatiana Cherezova, Maxim Zhoukov, Denis Yanyshev, Dr. Alexei Lukashev, Alexander Shashkov, Olga Kolevatova, Vladimir Arakcheev, Kiril Bestem'yanov

Short Description

The course on "Computer Physics" is focused on all aspects of using computer and the internet in physical labs, except those aspects related to the hardware and computerized data acquisition systems (these aspects are considered in specialized courses at the 3rd and 4th-year study). The audience is 1st and 2nd year students of Physics. The course covers (i) basics of programming (Visual C, Delphi), scientific graphics, basics of numerical methods, and using computer algebra (Mathematica); (ii) scientific word-processing (TeX/LaTeX, Word) and preparation of papers and presentations; (iii) using of the internet; (iv) extensive training of using (i) and (ii) for solving various problems of physics. It consists of a short lecture course, seminars, and a large number of computer labs.

A student who passed the course must show practical skills in solving various problems of physics on a computer using either programming environments like Visual C or Delphi or packages of computer algebra and be able to prepare results of his/her own research for the specific project given it the end of the course personally to each student in the form of written thesis and oral presentation.

Timetable for lectures, seminars, and computer classes

Winter Fall 2002 (September 1st -- December 20) [PDF] (In Russian)
Spring Fall 2003 (February 7 -- May 20) [PDF] (In Russian)

Course Program and Lecture Notes (Entirely in Russian)

Course program [PDF]

  Lecture 1 Lecture 2 Lecture 3 Lecture 4 Lecture 5 Lecture 6 Lecture 7 Lecture 8

Ist Year Course (Winter and Spring Falls) [Entirely in Russian]

  • Plan of lectures, seminars, and computer classes (Winter Fall) [PDF]
  • Plan of seminars and computer classes (Spring Fall) [PDF]
  • Questionnaire for the Examination (Winter Fall) [PDF]
  • Programming Exercises (Winter and Spring Falls)

    Exercises-Set-1, Exercises-Set-2, Exercises-Set-3, Project (zp5) [PDF]
  • Seminars (Winter Fall)

    Seminars: Scientific Text typesetting in LaTeX [PDF]
    Description of the Project for the Class work: Sample [PDF]

    Seminar: Numerical Differentiation [PDF]
    Example of Program; executable module [download]

    Seminar: Numerical Integration [PDF]
    Example of Program; executable module [download]

    Seminar: Numerical Integration of Ordinary Differential Equations (ODE) [PDF]

    Seminar: Numerical Integration of Ordinary Differential Equations (ODE), Continued [PDF]

    The rest of the seminars are nor given here.

2nd Year Course (Winter and spring Falls) [Entirely in Russian]

 


Archive of Teaching Activities

2001: Short Course "Quantum Computing and Quantum Computers: Dreams and Reality" at the International Conference on Coherent and Nonlinear Optics (ICONO-2001), Minsk, Belarus.

1999-2001: Short Courses on Nonlinear Optics at the Quantum Optics Summer School at the University of Bonn, Germany.

1994-till now: In 1994 Victor Zadkov launched a course (and since that time lectures it) on "Computer Physics" for the 1st and 2nd year students of Physics, Department of Physics.

1985-1994: Lectured a specialized course on "Computer Physics"for the 3rd year students of Physics, Department of Physics, and attendees of the continuing education department, International Laser Center of Moscow State University.

1984-1994: Conducted seminars on General Physics courses (Mechanics, Electricity, Statistical Physics, etc.) for the students of Computer Sciences and Engineering, Department of Computer Sciences and Engineering at Moscow State University.

1984-1994: Lectured course on "Computers in Physics Laboratory" for the attendees of the continuing education courses at the Department of Physics, Moscow State University.

 

 

 

 
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