PHYSICS 542: Numerical Methods in Physics

Numerical methods for data analysis and computation in physics

If it's Thursday: online session tonight!  Go to http://moodle.extn.washington.edu/ and join the session.
if you have trouble connecting, email
dltechsupp@pce.uw.edu   for help.
(worst-case, phone me at 206-604-1820)
slides are on the moodle page, also at "slides" link below.

(EXAM 2: Solutions are posted in slides directory - grades will be posted on Catalyst Gradebook by end of day Friday June 10, use MyUW to view)

Spring Quarter, 2011
T-Th 7:00-8:50 pm
Tuesdays: A114 Physics Astronomy Building
Thursdays: online session (or in-person, go to B305 Physics Astronomy Building)

Instructor: R. J. Wilkes
Professor, Department of Physics
wilkes@u.washington.edu, B303 PAB, 543-4232

4 credits 
MS program and GNM students: register in Section A, using form sent by UW-PCE,
All other students register in Section B via MyUW


Last update: 6/07/2011
(Updated frequently: Click reload to ensure seeing latest page contents)

Course materials online: http://moodle.extn.washington.edu/course/view.php?id=995  (use this page also to connect to online sessions via Adobe Connect)

ONLINE Session every Thursday evening: you may attend online by clicking here, or if you prefer attending in person, you may join me in room B-305 (next to my office).

  1. Course advertisement
  2.  Syllabus and Calendar
  3. Slides
  4. Homework (not to be handed in, solutions will come with next assignment) intgdemo.f is here also
  5. Class information
  6. Reserve Book List
  7. Term projects (data files described are not yet in place!)

Check UW home page for news in case of inclement weather. Class will be held if UW is officially open.
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e-mail:wilkes@u.washington.edu
All documents on this page © R. J. Wilkes, 2011.