[Haskell-cafe] Haskell for Physicists

edgar at ymonad.com edgar at ymonad.com
Wed Sep 30 17:01:03 EDT 2009

On Wed, 30/Sep/2009 at 22:21 +0400, Khudyakov Alexey wrote:
> В сообщении от 30 сентября 2009 21:42:57 edgar at ymonad.com написал:
> > Hi,
> > 
> > I will give a seminar to physicists at USP (Universidade de São Paulo,
> >  Brazil) university and they asked me for a good title, something that can
> >  attract physicists. Anyone has some suggestions? (Will be a seminar about
> >  the use of Haskell to substitute C or Fortran
> > in a lot of tasks, and how it can be used in some problems instead of
> > Matlab, Mathematica, etc.)
> > 
> What area of physics? They all face somewhat different problems from 
> computation.

I won't focus in a specific area, just a general exposition and maybe, 
if I have time, I'm going to show an example which I used to solve a 
problem in a simple  quantum mechanical model of a bose condensate. 
Most of the public will be formed by mathematical physicists.

> Could you publish your slides from seminar (if any) and even if they are in 
> Spanish (nothing is impossible for man with a dictionary)
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