Subfaculteit Natuurkunde (Physics)
Nanoscale systems and phenomena
Institute of Theoretical Physics
Toernooiveld 1 (Room N2014)
6525ED Nijmegen, The Netherlands
tel./fax 0031-24-3652222 / 3652120
Here some subroutines in fortran90.
Until last year fortran was compulsory for my course of Computational Physics.
From this year our faculty has chosen C as "mother tongue" for our students and
therefore it is up to them to choose a language for their exercises. As far as I am concerned I think I will remain with fortran for scientific work and I am learning Java for educational purposes and for fun.
The following programs are taken from those written by one or more
students of my course. The main contributors are acknowledged in
root finding by bisection
Chris Dams, Joris Mooij
random numbers built-in subroutines
code for selecting a step in a Random Walk
uses built-in function floor and select case constructor