Physically Interesting Differential Equations 1: The Newton Pendulum

Welcome to the first of a series of articles dedicated to exploring physically interesting differential equations. In most physics students’ minds unfortunately, differential equations are just labeled as ‘that maths tool I might need one day’, resulting in a general attitude of indifference and perhaps mild annoyance. I hope through this series of articles on […]

Equations of the Weeks Archive 2020

Week 1 March 20th 2020 \[\frac{d^2\psi}{dx^2}+\frac{8\pi^2m}{h^2}[E-U(x)]\psi (x)=0\] We start off strong with the one dimensional \(\text{Schr}\ddot{o}\text{dinger Equation}\). An important equation for all of quantum mechanics, well at least in 1-dimension. Week 2 March 30th 2020 \[P(A|B)=\frac{P(B|A)P(A)}{P(B)}\] This week we are taking it back to the fundamentals. The Bayes Theorem, arguablly the most rudimentary and important in […]

Visualisation of the COVID-19 Outbreak in the US using Wolfram Language

The current pandemic is probably what’s occupying everyone’s mind recently. Though Physics with Ease promised an escape from the world, but nevertheless looking at something like this could be beneficial. A noteworthy thing is that I wrote this article whilst in quarantine. There have been numerous resources/articles published on this subject already that are by […]