MTLS 446 Survey of Computational Methods in Materials Science
Prerequisite: MATH 231
Course Description: Computers have become a common tool in the effort to bridge the gap between atomic and macroscopic Materials properties. Examples selected from the literature are used to introduce the student to the principal techniques employed in the field. Topics covered include: polymers, metals, ceramics, magnetic Materials, water, phase equilibrium, protein folding, self-assembled monolayers, gelation, the glass transition, rheology, and dielectric relaxation. 

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