AIMS: PHYSICS 465/565-466/566, COMPUTATIONAL
PH 464/564 - 466/566, Oregon State University
Listen to and try to understand all the relevant lectures each week.
text materials before they are to be discussed in lecture and projects worked
- Understand all
of the programs that you run, and modify them to make them your own.
- Participate in learning activities and complete tasks on time.
No credit will be given for just
running a code we give you; you should be modifying, extending, applying, or
rewriting it as part of understanding the problem.
- You may discuss your projects with
other people, but the report you submit must reflect your own work. If
you submit it, you have agreed that you are prepared to explain it to the
Partial support for this work was provided by the National Science
Foundation, NPACI, EPIC, and OSU.
© Rubin H Landau,
Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, 2011