The Center for Simulational Physics at The University of Georgia



The Center for Simulational Physics is dedicated to the use and development of simulational techniques to solve problems which are intractable to current analytical theory, and to gain insight into physical phenomena where the accuracy and scope of experimental results is limited. There are many different research activities currently ongoing at the Center.



     
Prof. David Landau: (Director) classical and quantum Monte-Carlo simulations, spin dynamics, molecular dynamics find more information here




Prof. Heinz-Bernd Schüttler: quantum many body theory, strongly correlated electron systems, biophysics find more information here




Prof. Steven Lewis: condensed matter and material science




Prof. Phillip Stancil: theoretical atomic and molecular physics find more information here




Prof. Robin Shelton: computational astrophysics




Prof. Michael Bachmann : computational and biological physics, polymer folding and phases, statistical mechanics, field theory find more information here

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The Center for Simulational Physics
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602-2451, U.S.A.
Email: csp@uga.edu
Phone: 706-542-2909

Fax: 706-583-0024


If you need some more information about the CSP, please contact Linda Lee, the Center's Administrative Coordinator .

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