This page is a list of what I think are useful resources for people doing computational physics, with a bias towards accelerator physics.
Computational Physics and Scientific Computing – the best book I’ve seen so far
Computational Physics with Python:
Computational Physics Notes:
- A molecular dynamics primer
- Time-corrected Verlet
- Angus Mackinnon’s notes
Monte Carlo and its Validation
Here I list some links I am collecting on the validation of Monte Carlo tools, mainly that use GEANT4 underneath them.
- PTSIM vs gminos
- Experimental validation of the TOPAS Monte Carlo system for passive scattering proton therapy
- Efficient voxel navigation for proton therapy dose calculation in TOPAS and Geant4