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Multi-Scale Modeling of Matter - video lectures

  1. May 9, 2009 #1

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    I recently stumbled upon a truly excellent series of lectures on basic computational physics (or computational materials chemistry) by Prof. Keith E. Gubbins and Prof. Stefan Franzen:
    http://chumba.che.ncsu.edu/che596m/lecture.html
    The lectures from five years ago are also available:
    http://gubbins.ncsu.edu/che596m_S06/oldlecture.html

    The major distinction between these is that the DFT treatment of interface statistical physics seems to have been dropped in the more recent series.
     
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