PHY210: Fortran for the Physical Sciences
January Term 2002
Dr. Thomas Huber and Dr. Julie Talbot

Course Description

This course will provide an introduction to the Fortran 90 language and its application to problems in physics, engineering, applied mathematics and simulation of systems. Fortran continues to be one of the most commonly used languages in physics, engineering research and development. Programs will be executed on Windows computers. This course is designed to build on the student's previous programming experience with another high level language, preferably Basic, C, or Pascal. The course grade will be based upon assigned exercises, programs, quizzes, a comprehensive final exam, and the project.

Prerequisites: PHY160 or PH200, and some programming experience.

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