I'm trying to find a good starting point in comp. phy. ; emphasizing particles,chemical,physical problems,solid state,q.m,nanotech... simulations into a (2D or 3D) virtual environment(for research and engineering), (analogy: just like game engines or robotics animations), in an quantitative and graphical approach;(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

so I ask for a visualization and advice about programming languages, programs, books or anything that can help me and fit in this area that I`ve presented.(Any resources would be of great help)

Numerical calculations and mathematical models. ( for this i´ve already started to learn mathematica, matlab, and C++; is it a good start?)

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# Computational Phy. Methods and Sim. (question)

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