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  • PICUP Workshop at the 2018 Annual Meeting of the Far West Section of the American Physical Society

    Integrating Computation into Undergraduate Physics Courses
    Date: October 19, 2018
    Location: California State University at Fullerton, Fullerton, CA

    For workshop information, contact Danny Caballero
  • PICUP Community Meeting

    Unique and Interesting Undergraduate-accessible Computational Problems
    Date: October 30, 2018
    Location: online via

    One advantage of using computational/numerical methods is that problems that would otherwise be too difficult to solve (analytically) are now within reach for undergraduate students.  Given this broader array of problems that can potentially be solved -- what are some of the EXCITING problems that students would actually find INTERESTING to solve...without being too difficult for undergraduate students?
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PICUP Member Spotlight

Walter Freeman
* What inspired me to get into teaching computation? As a graduate student, I was given the TA assignment for the University of Arizona's upper division computational physics course. This was great… more>

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