You can now find ideas for a final project here. However, you are free to select another project you find interesting - as long as it is approved by me or one of the TAs.
You can now find exam information and exam questions here - good luck with your preparations. The exam will be in the week June 3 - 7. Your particular exam date and time will be determined shortly. If you have possible collisions this week, please contact me by email.
A Python version of the exflow.py script is now available under Projects.
Python versions of the percolation scripts are uploaded to the Projects page.
We have just published a guide to introduce you to unit testing in C++.
We have uploaded a guide on how to use Python for the percolation project. This guide only covers the first part of the project as we have not yet looked into using Python for the rest of the project yet.
Some tips to optimize your molecular dynamics code has been published on the Computational Physics website.
You can now find relevant papers under "papers". These are not compulsory reading, but may add further flavor as well as provide specific potentials for your simulations.
The second part of project 2 is now available. Good luck - and remember that this project should be fun.
The first part of project 2 is available. The project is only developed up to (h) - further details for the rest of the project will follow next week. Good luck!
A new guide on how to set the right compiler flags in Qt Creator has been posted under guides .
Correction - the lectures will start at 08.30, not 08.15.
The lecture time has been changed from 9.15 to 8.15. The lectures are still on Thursdays in room v311.
Tomorrow at 14.15 in the data-lab there will be a short lecture about using classes and Armadillo. Before and afterwards you are free to work on the project.
The data lab, room v329, is open each Thursday from 12.15. Today we will help you setting up the QtCreator and a Github account.
The first project is now available: Project2013-01 .
The first lecture will be held thursday 24/01 at 09.15 in room v311.
The first lecture is January 24. More information will be available soon.