Mathematical & Computational Physics

Computational Physics is the branch of science that deals with implementation of numerical analysis and its execution to solve problems in physics for which a quantitative hypothesis and theory is already there. Earlier Computational Physics was primarily used for modern computers in science, and it has become a subset of computational science recently. Many a times it is treated as akin to theoretical and experimental physics. Mathematical Physics is a branch of applied mathematics which deals with the development of appropriate mathematical methods to solve problems in physics and for the formulation of physical theories. Thus Mathematical Physics can be explained as “the application of mathematics to problems in Physics and the improvement of numerical techniques reasonable for such applications and for the detailing of physical theories”.

  • Mathematical model & Methods
  • Numerical Model & Methods
  • Renewable Energy
  • High performance Computing

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