Computer Physics Communications, Volume 169

Volume 169, Numbers 1-3, July 2005

Proceedings of the Europhysics Conference on Computational Physics 2004
1. Nanostructure and materials science 2. Biostructures and soft matter (polymers, membranes, proteins, etc) 3. Computational statistical physics, turbulence plasmas and reactive flows 4. New methods in computer simulation 5. Computational aspects of lattice gauge theory, elementary particle physics and astrophysics 6. Quantum simulation (many-body, dynamics, lattice models, etc) 7. Fronties in large scale computing
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