Inspired by the generous donation of equipment and software by Intel, Jim Sethna developed a course on Simulations Science under Windows NT. Each week we hold two three-hour lab sessions, during which we develop the key ideas, algorithms, and numerical methods used by professionals in the field.
Exercises and software are available for four of the first six units:
This course would not have been possible without Matthew Kuntz, who taught us C++ and MFC.
James P. Sethna, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Statistical Mechanics: Entropy, Order Parameters, and Complexity, now available at Oxford University Press (USA, Europe).