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MIT 3.021J Introduction to Modeling and Simulation, Spring 2012

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The second half of the course, taught by Prof Jeff Grossman, covers

atomistic quantum modeling of materials, and explores some areas of

application based on computational models.

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0. Introduction to Part II: Quantum mechanical methods 31:33

1. It's a quantum world: The theory of quantum mechanics 1:15:46

2. Practice makes perfect 1:13:34

3. From many-body to single-particle: Quantum modeling of molecules 1:06:22

4. Application of QM modeling: Solar thermal fuels (I) 1:20:07

5. Application of QM modeling: Solar thermal fuels (II) 1:19:26

6. Hydrogen storage, and atoms to molecules 1:16:30

7. Quantum modeling of solids: Basic properties 1:22:09

8. Advance properties of materials: What else can we do? 1:21:27

9. Some review and introduction to solar photovoltaics 1:20:48

10. Solar photovoltaics 1:15:01

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