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Description 
Basic Numerical Methods and Classical Simulations : Review of
differentiation, integration (quadrature), and finding roots. Integration
of ordinary differential equations. Monte Carlo simulations, applications
to classical spin systems. Classical Molecular Dynamics.
Quantum Simulations : Timeindependent Schrodinger equation in one
dimension (radial or linear equations). Scattering from a spherical
potential; Born Approximation; Bound State solutions. Single particle
timedependent Schrodinger equations. HartreeFock Theory : restricted and
unrestricted theory applied to atoms. Schrodinger equation in a basis:
Matrix operations, variational properties; applications of basis
functions for atomic, molecular, solidstate and nuclear calculations.
Miniprojects on different fields of physics, e.g., Thermal simulations of
matter using CarParrinello molecular dynamics; ManyInteractingParticle
Problems on Hubbard and Anderson model for electrons using Lanczos method
(exact diagonalisation) for the lowest states; Quantum Monte Carlo
methods; Computational methods for Lattice field theories; Microscopic
meanfield theories (HartreeFock, Bogoliubov and relativistic
meanfield); methods in nuclear manybody problems. 