Computational Physics I

7.5 credits

We will learn to write and use programs during the course to solve a variety of physics problems. The course is divided into four topics: i) Differential equations (systems) which allows us to describe e.g. motions in the solar system. ii) Partial differential equations, e.g., wave equations, electrostatics. iii) Monte Carlo methods. And iv), statistical methods for fitting experimental data. The course is based on smaller projects where the students are expected to independently define and solve problems within the four subject areas.

Kalmar – the student city by the sea

In Kalmar centre, right next to the sea, you will find the university’s facilities that were inaugurated in August 2021. In Kalmar, everything is nearby, and you can take your bicycle to the university regardless of where you live in the city.

There is also an accommodation guarantee for new students. This means that you are entitled to student accommodation within two months.

Kalmar municipality has about 70 000 inhabitants. Kalmar has a strong trade and industry with many companies that are on the forefront in green energy, e-commerce, and eHealth, which means there is good opportunity to establish contacts for your future work life.

Kalmar has a cultural history centre and has been named Sweden’s Summer City several times. No wonder, with all the hours of sun, beaches and concerts. What is more, the island of Öland is just one bridge away.

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