What is Computational Physics
- Computational Physics combines physics, computer science and applied mathematics in order to provide scientific solutions to realistic and often complex problems.
- Areas of application include the nature of elementary particles, the study and design of materials, the study of complex structures (like proteins) in biological physics, environmental modeling, and medical imaging.
- A computational physicist understands not only the workings of computers and the relevant science and mathematics, but also how computer algorithms and simulations connect the two.
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