• Sep 13 2011

    WITS Seminar

    The National Institute for Theoretical Physics, and the Centre for Theoretical Physics, School of Physics, would like to invite to its coming talk in the theory seminar series, entitled:

    "Computational Physics - bridging theory and experiment: applications, chances, limitations"

    to be presented by Dr. Robert Warmbier (University of the Witwatersrand)

    Abstract: Traditionally physics is divided into theory and experiment, where in the last few decades computational physics has became a third pillar. Its methods give insight to physical problems beyond the possibilities of experiments or theory and offer great potential for synergy effects. Ideas, capabilities and limitations of computational methods are presented in this talk for a variety of physics applications.

    Date: Tuesday, 13th September 2011
    Venue: Frank Nabarro Lecture Theatre P216
    Time: 13.20 - 14.10

    For more information please contact:

    Alan S. Cornell

    School of Physics
    University of the Witwatersrand
    Private Bag 3
    Wits 2050
    South Africa