Computational Physics

Computational physics is one of most exciting and fast developing areas of modern physics, where theoretical physics meets powerful multiprocessor supercomputers.

In your BSc degree you have no special Computational Physics modules, however in your 2nd year you study Scientific Computing module, which allows you to choose a 3rd year Computational Physics project in one of our research fields.  If you are on MPhys program you will study with us Molecular Modelling in 4th year, using the most modern computational tools of the day. And then you can choose 4th your project in Computational Physics.

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