College Physics ›› 2022, Vol. 41 ›› Issue (1): 1-.doi: 10.16854 / j.cnki.1000-0712.210162

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Concerted construction of undergraduate and graduate courses of computational physics

LU Guang-hong,LIANG Lin-yun,JIANG Yin,ZHOU Hong-bo,HU Di,ZHU Li-hua, GENG Li-sheng,MAN Xing-kun,LI Bo,ZHOU Miao,ZHANG Yu-jie,LIU Li-min,JIN Shuo, SONG Chun-yan,ZHANG Ying,SHU Xiao-lin   

  1. Schoolof Physics,Beihang University,Beijing 100191,China
  • Received:2021-03-30 Revised:2021-06-21 Online:2022-01-20 Published:2022-01-14


Computational physics,as the third method of studying physical phenomena and laws

alongside the- oretical and experimental physics,has become more and more important with

the rapid development of computer technology and continuous intercross of

disciplines. However, due to the relatively late development of computational physics

and some of its own discipline characteristics,there is no mature teaching system for under-

graduate and graduate courses. In this article the exploration andpractice of concerted

construction of undergraduate and graduate computational physics courses in Beihang University

are mainly introduced. Undergraduate course is positioned to master the basic theoretical

knowledge of computational physics as well as the case practice to solve physics

problems. The undergraduate course teaching is small-sized. The graduate course is positioned on

the solid professional basis and broad knowledge structure of computational physics,highlighting

the professional and cutting-edge of the contents,and emphasizing the importance of the practical ability and the independent

capability in sci- entific research. The graduate course offers parallel courses based on the student’s major. The exploration and prac- tice of concerted construction are carried out mainly from the course content,teaching method,and assessment method to ensure continuity and unity of graduate and undergraduate courses.

Key words: computational physics, concerted construction of the undergraduate and the graduate courses, small-sized course teaching for undergraduate, parallel course for secondary discipline of graduate