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Research and Markets has announced the addition of Pan Stanford Publishing Pte. Ltd.'s new report "Nanocomputing: Computational Physics For Nanoscience And Nanotechnology" to their offering.

Research and Markets: Nanocomputing: Computational Physics For Nanoscience And Nanotechnology

Dublin | Posted on November 2nd, 2009

This book provides a comprehensive overview of the computational physics for nano science and nano technology. Based on MATLAB and the C++ distributed computing paradigm, this book gives instructive explanations of the underlying physics for mesoscopic systems with many listed programs that readily compute physical properties into nano scales. Many generated graphical pictures demonstrate not only the principles of physics, but also the methodology of computing.

The book starts with a review on quantum physics, quantum chemistry and condensed matter physics, followed by a discussion on the computational and analytical tools and the numerical algorithms used. With these tools in hand, the nonlinear many-body problem, the molecular dynamics, the low dimensionality and nanostructures are then explored. Special topics covered have include the plasmon, the quantum Hall effect, chaos and stochasticity. The applications explored here include graphene, carbon nanotube, water dynamics and the molecular computer.

Key Features:

* Contains many working codes which are capable and expandable to compute research-level theoretical calculations in MATLAB and C++
* Demonstrates the underlying physics based on listed programs and 3D graphical pictures
* Written as a graduate textbook with plenty of examples, problems and solutions, and practical applications

Readership:

Graduate students of physics, chemistry, electrical & electronic engineering, materials science and engineering; researchers in nanoscience; engineers in nanotechnology.

"Following an extensive motivating introduction laced with gentle humor, Hsu guides the reader of 'Nano Computing' on a journey through the realms of the Nanoworld. Addressing primarily students and Scientists knowledgeable in Quantum Mechanics and some level of programming, he uses sample MATLAB programs to let the engaged reader experience and quantitatively reproduce many nanoscale phenomena explored by current frontier research in Physics, Chemistry and Biology." David Tomanek - Michigan State University

Key Topics Covered:

* Little Big Science
* Tools for Analysis
* Mesoscopic Systems
* Analytical Chapter
* Numerical Chapter
* Nonlinear Many Body Physics and Transport
* OOP, MPI and Parallel Computing
* Low Dimensionality and Nanostructures
* Special Topics
* Applications

For more information visit www.researchandmarkets.com/research/3996a3/nanocomputing_com

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