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Computer Simulations in Quantum Physics Using Numerical Techniques, Worksheets and Programming

Author Name: Prof. O. S. K. S. Sastri | Format: Paperback | Genre : Educational & Professional | Other Details

Computer Simulations in Quantum Mechanics is the first in a book series towards implementing NEP-2020 that focuses on simulation activities that go hand-in-hand with theory classes.

Key Features:

1. Modeling Theory
2. Simulation Methodology
3. Worksheet based Simulations using Gnumeric
4. Programming based Simulations using Scilab
5. Super Symmetric (SUSY) technique for solving Schrodinger equation (TISE)

6. Numerical Methods
(i) Bisection method
(ii) Newton Rapson method
(iii) Crank-Nicholson method
(iv) Central Divided Difference
 (v) Numerov Matrix Method
(vi) Matrix Method by Sine Basis
7. TISE solved for Potentials:
(i) Infinite Square Well 
(ii) Finite Square Well
(iii) Harmonic Oscillator
(iv) Coulomb (Hydrogen Atom)

These simulations have been implemented for teaching courses for over 3 years and most of the difficulties have been eased out and must work as self-learning materials.

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Prof. O. S. K. S. Sastri

Prof. O. S. K. S. Sastri is currently working as a professor of physics at Shahpur Campus of 
Central University of Himachal Pradesh and is a Visiting Associate at Inter-University Accelerator Center (IUAC), New Delhi. He has 28 years of teaching and research experience at both UG & PG levels, of which he has been at Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning in Brindavan Campus, Bengaluru for 17 years. He has been a resource person at many workshops, refresher courses, orientation programs, and INSPIRE programs. He has over 100 publications in reputed journals in Physics Education Research, Computational Physics, and Nuclear physics. He has been a recipient of many awards, notably the Pundit Madan Mohan Malaviyya Award for Best Teaching Innovator by MHRD, IAPT-Dinabandhu Sahu Award for Significant Contribution to UG Physics Teaching by IAPT, Sir C.V. Raman award for Second Best Teaching Talent in Physics by Indian Physics Association.



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