Computational Physics and Astronomy Club

          

    Trapped Fermions                    Computational Astrophysics

 

 

 

Computational Languages Spoken Here

 

 

 Computer Language Symbols

 

 

We are a community of computational physics and astronomy students and faculty who are interested in computational approaches in our scientific endeavors. Some of us use a common language or are fluent in more than one. But, no matter what programming language you use, or would like to learn, for whatever project you are interested in, we are here to learn from each other, provide resources, motivate each other, and maybe get our hands on an exciting computational research project.

If you are affiliated with the SJSU Physics and Astronomy Department and are interested in joining the club, please send an email to ehsan.khatami@sjsu.edu.

 

 

 

Past Meetings

    

    Thursday Oct 6, 2016

    Wednesday Feb 10, 2016

    Thursday May 14, 2015

    Thursday April 23, 2015

    Thursday April 9, 2015

    Our very first meeting was held on Tuesday March 17, 2015

    We are planning to continue holding meetings to create a forum where we can talk about
    our computational projects and challenges, and to share methods and ideas with each
    other. The meetings are held in the Phy/Astro Simulation and Visualization Lab (Sci 249).

 

 

Resources

 

Teal High-Performance Computing Cluster (on-campus access only)

Mathematica at SJSU (Download and Tutorials)

SJSU VPN (Download and Instructions)

SJSU VPN (More Information)

Installing GitGithub

Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (Xsesde)'s calendar of workshops

Texas Advance Computing Center (TACC)'s Summer Supercomputing Institute

Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

People only become computer programmers if they’re obsessive about details, crave power over machines, and can bear to be told day after day exactly how stupid they are.”

 

Slaves of the machine by G. J. E. Rawlins