# Computational Modeling

## Physics 290

##### Usual Description

There are many problems in the natural sciences that cannot be solved using pen and paper. This course will introduce the methods that a computational scientist uses to understand the world around us. Topics may include various techniques, e.g. solving ODEs, Monte Carlo simulations, and genetic algorithms, as well as applications, e.g. orbital dynamics, chemical kinetics, molecular dynamics, chaos and other examples from the natural sciences.

##### Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing | Semester | Professor | |
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Physics 290 | |||

Physics 290 | Taught by Rob Owen | ||

Physics 290 | Taught by Robert Owen | ||

Physics 290 | |||

Physics 290 | Taught by Rob Owen | ||

Physics 290 | Taught by Dan Stinebring | ||

Physics 290 | Taught by Christopher Martin | ||

Physics 290 | Taught by Christopher Martin |