Laboratory of Computational Quantum Mechanics

This course is part of the degree programme in Physics

General information

CourseLaboratory of Computational Quantum Mechanics
Credits 6
Professor prof. Alice RUINI

Brief content description

Knowledge and ability in understanding: At the end of the course, the Student will be able to analyze simple physical situations related to energetics and electronic structure of bulk, surface and molecular systems. Capability to apply knowledge and understanding: At the end of the course, the Student will develop the capability to set up simulations for simple crystal structures, by adopting the better-suited comptational codes. Independent judgement: At the end of the course, the student will develop the ability to indipendently evaluate the solution strategies of new (i.e. not treated in the course) physical problems. Communication skills: At the end of the course, the Student will develop the ability to report on the results of numerical simulations of material properties, by using a suitable specialized language. Learning ability: At the end of the course, the Student will develop the ability to analyze physical problems that one can encounter also in non-physical disciplinary areas and to set up appropriate solution strategies.

How to apply for a single course

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