by Emeritus Professor David Wolfe, University of New Mexico and visiting lecturer, Physics Department, UCT
A collection of resources (simulations and worksheets) focusing on basic Monte Carlo techniques.
This video resource is a valuable contribution to promoting Open Educational Resources (OER) for
• educators to understand how teaching material can be produced and shared
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN on the Swiss-French border is designed to search for new physics, a term primarily applied to the appearance of symmetries in nature.
David Wolfe, Emeritus Professor of Physics, University of New Mexico and Director, Oppenheimer Institute for Science and International Co-operation
MODERN MECHANICS: Matter and interactions, conservation laws, the momentum principle, atomic nature of matter, conservation of energy, energy in macroscopic systems, energy quantization, multiparti
The website catalogues both lecture demonstrations and VPython scripts.
The lab focuses on an introduction to computational methods, in support of the Classical and Quantum Mechanics lectures.
A first-year laboratory course based on Modern Mechanics and Electromagnetism.
The first half of this course provides students with the essential tools and skills that are required for dealing successfully with physics at first-year university level.
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