Computational Physics

What is Computational Physics?

Computational Physics combines requirements from the BS in Physics and the BS in Computer Science. The program is overseen by the Department of Physics and designed for students who are interested in applying advanced computer-based techniques to physics research, or who wish to develop technical software.

Departments Physics; Computer Science and Engineering
Major BS in Computational Physics
Combined Degree
BS in Computational Physics/MS in Physics
Advisor Pamela Wendling
Enrolled Students 4
Address 239 Fronczak Hall (Physics); 338 Davis Hall (Computer Science)
Phone (716) 645-2017 (Physics); (716) 645-3180 (Computer Science)
Website Program Information
Courses Undergraduate Catalog: Physics
Students in the Computer Science department.
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