The simulations of Modern Physics at BS level are created by:
Mr. Naveed Alam, Lecturer Dept. of Physics, Federal Urdu University of Arts, Sciences & Technology ( FUUAST ). Karachi Campus.
These simulations are part of physics workshop spread over nearly 6 months. It was funded by HEC for the college teachers of Karachi. The workshop was conducted in Dept. of Computer Science, FUUAST with Dr. Tahira as project director and a team of three teachers/instructors.
Tao Framework is used to embed OpenGL in C#. The simulation project is open source and requires at least DOT NET 3.0.
Modern Physics topics simulated in the project are listed below.
- Barrier Tunneling
- Blackbody Radiation
- Compton Effect
- Crystal Structure
- Energy Bands
- General Theory of Relativity
- Harmonic Oscillator
- Particle in a Box
- Photoelectric Effect
- Quark Model
- Special Theory of Relativity
- Structure of Atom
- Wave Nature of Matter.
1st setup file includes runtime DotNet.
1. SetUp_1 35 MB
2. SetUp_2 1.8 MB
→ User Manual 7.0 MB
→ UserManual4Modules 14.0 MB
Project Code (OpenGL in C#)
Projects in OpenGL and C#
Projects in C#
Implicit and Parametric equations of 2D and 3D curves:
Data to draw Platonic Solids & Bucky Ball
Tao Framework providing a Bridge to get OpenGL working in C#
SITES to explore about Turing and Chomsky:
1) Alan Turing’s Home Page
2) Noam Chomsky’s WebSite
Video Clips used in CGIntroAndHardware presentations describing new Display Devices are available on DVD or can be downloaded from http://www.youtube.com
2D and 3D curve equations in implicit and parametric forms