If you would like to learn more about these systems and look at some simple computer demonstrations of the models please contact Dr. Joan Adler in Room 603, ext 3937. Projects 1 and 2 require two years of undergraduate physics and enthusiasm for presenting physics and promises help in learning html for preparing websites. These are open to all students at the Technion, project 1 is especially suited for someone interested in physics education and project 2 would be especially suitable for a student from materials science, or an engineering faculty. A current open project is solving Newton's equations for several balls on a smooth surface, visualizing their behaviour in stereo with AViz and preparing a website which describes the equations and solutions.
Project 3 requires some familiarity with either FORTRAN or C and will require the student to have or acquire familiarity with UNIX/X11 as well as writing in html. Project 3 will only be given to students who have the grades and potential to remain at the Technion for graduate studies in the Physics Department, with either the Computational Physics group or an experimental group.