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== CV ==
 
== CV ==
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* Biophysics.
 
* Biophysics.
  
 
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== Current research at a glance: most recent capital ships  ==
==   Current research at a glance: most recent capital ships  ==
 
  
 
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Click [http://www.ica1.uni-stuttgart.de/~icp/jcerda_page_all_published_works here]  to get a summary/pre-prints/links to journals/extra material of my published works.
 
Click [http://www.ica1.uni-stuttgart.de/~icp/jcerda_page_all_published_works here]  to get a summary/pre-prints/links to journals/extra material of my published works.
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== Teaching ==
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{{Download|jcerda_notes_ISP_p0and1.pdf | Intro to Statistical Physics: Parts 0 and 1. }}
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{{Download|SM0809 D4 L3.pdf  | Intro to Statistical Physics: Boltzmann distribution and Helmholtz Free Energy. }}
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{{Download|jcerda_notes_MMp1_0.pdf | Mesoscopic Methods, Intro Part-I }}
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{{Download|jcerda_notes_BD0.pdf | Summary notes about Brownian Hydrodynamics}}
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{{Download|jcerda_notes_FE0.pdf | Lecture notes about an introduction to Finite Elements }}
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{{Download|Tutorial4v2.pdf | Tutorial about an introduction to Finite Elements }}
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{{Download|Tutorial_error_analysis.pdf | Tutorial about error analysis }}
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{{Download|T8w.pdf | Tutorial about long range forces and Ewald summation  }}
  
 
==  Educational Area ==
 
==  Educational Area ==
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[http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/Constants/  Fundamental Physics Constants]
 
[http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/Constants/  Fundamental Physics Constants]
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[http://de.physnet.net/PhysNet/education.html  PhysNet: Educational Physics Resources]
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[http://de.physnet.net/PhysNet/links.html        PhysNet: Links on other available Services on Physics and related Fields]
  
 
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[http://www.doitpoms.ac.uk/tlplib/index.php Cambridge Teaching and Learning Packages]
 
[http://www.doitpoms.ac.uk/tlplib/index.php Cambridge Teaching and Learning Packages]
  
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[http://www.learner.org/resources/series42.html      Learner.org: The Mechanical Universe and beyond, very nice series of lectures in Physics]
  
 
[http://www.wwnorton.com/college/physics/om/_content/_index/tutorials.shtml  On-line basic physics course]
 
[http://www.wwnorton.com/college/physics/om/_content/_index/tutorials.shtml  On-line basic physics course]
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[http://www.sklogwiki.org/SklogWiki/index.php/Main_Page Wiki dedicated to thermodynamics and statistical mechanics]
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[http://www.sklogwiki.org/SklogWiki/index.php/Main_Page   SKlog: Wiki dedicated to thermodynamics and statistical mechanics]
  
 
[http://hypertextbook.com/facts/index-topics.shtml  The Physics Fact Book]
 
[http://hypertextbook.com/facts/index-topics.shtml  The Physics Fact Book]
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[http://www.chemsynthesis.com/  Chemical Synthesis Database]
 
[http://www.chemsynthesis.com/  Chemical Synthesis Database]
  
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[http://www.learner.org/resources/series61.html?pop=yes&pid=793# The Learner.org:  The world of Chemistry. A nice series of videos about Chemistry.]
  
 
=== Mathematics in General ===
 
=== Mathematics in General ===
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<!-- [http://www.amasci.com/miscon/miscon4.html#elem  Bad Science II] -->
 
<!-- [http://www.amasci.com/miscon/miscon4.html#elem  Bad Science II] -->
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=== Resources for Teachers ===
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[http://www.learner.org/  The Learner.org:  Teacher professional development and teacher resources across the curriculum  ]   
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=== Free Books and Manuals ===
 
=== Free Books and Manuals ===

Latest revision as of 10:24, 5 October 2010

As Joan Josep Cerdà is not a member of our working group anymore, the information on this page might be outdated.
Jcerda Nov08.gif
Dr. Joan Josep Cerdà
Postdoc
Office:201
Phone:+49 711 685-67609
Fax:+49 711 685-63658
Email:jcerda _at_ icp.uni-stuttgart.de
Address:Dr. Joan Josep Cerdà
Institute for Computational Physics
Universität Stuttgart
Allmandring 3
70569 Stuttgart
Germany

CV

application_pdf.pngAbbreviated CV (106 KB)Info circle.png.


Areas of Research

Current research at a glance: most recent capital ships


All published works

Click here to get a summary/pre-prints/links to journals/extra material of my published works.

Teaching

application_pdf.png Intro to Statistical Physics: Parts 0 and 1. (561 KB)Info circle.png

application_pdf.png Intro to Statistical Physics: Boltzmann distribution and Helmholtz Free Energy. (128 KB)Info circle.png

application_pdf.png Mesoscopic Methods, Intro Part-I (185 KB)Info circle.png

application_pdf.png Summary notes about Brownian Hydrodynamics (150 KB)Info circle.png

application_pdf.png Lecture notes about an introduction to Finite Elements (165 KB)Info circle.png

application_pdf.png Tutorial about an introduction to Finite Elements (97 KB)Info circle.png

application_pdf.png Tutorial about error analysis (48 KB)Info circle.png

application_pdf.png Tutorial about long range forces and Ewald summation (115 KB)Info circle.png

Educational Area

Polymer&Colloidal Physics + Simulations

Learn a little bit about Polymers, Colloids and Simulations (read mainly the first 3 chapters of the thesis)

Macrogalleria: "the cyberwonderland of polymer fun"


Statistical Physics and simulations

Thermal and Statistical Physics


Physics in General

The Net Advance of Physics

Fundamental Physics Constants

PhysNet: Educational Physics Resources

PhysNet: Links on other available Services on Physics and related Fields

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Hyperphysics

Physnet, Physnet modules

Mathematical tools for Physicists

The Physics Hypertexbook

Electromagnetic fields and energy book from MIT

Cambridge Teaching and Learning Packages

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Learner.org: The Mechanical Universe and beyond, very nice series of lectures in Physics

On-line basic physics course

Light and Matter series of introductory physics textbooks by B. Crowell (a wonder)

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SKlog: Wiki dedicated to thermodynamics and statistical mechanics

The Physics Fact Book

Physical Sciences Resource Center

The Physics arXiv blog: explanatory repository of interesting physics articles

Physically incorrect: Physical and Mathematical puzzles

Movies&Physics

comPADRE resource center

Chemistry in General

IUPAC Didactic

IUPAC Polymer Education

Webelements

Course of Chemistry I, II, Chemtutor

Journal of Chemical Education

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Chemical Information sources

IUPAC Gold Book, Green Book, Orange Book

IUPAC Nomenclature I, IUPAC Nomenclature II, Nomenclature III

IUPAC e-resources main page

MSDS I, II, III, IV

NIST Chemistry webbook

Chemical Synthesis Database

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The Learner.org: The world of Chemistry. A nice series of videos about Chemistry.

Mathematics in General

Introduction to Probability (free open book by C.M.Grinstead and J.L. Snell)

The Probability web


Discover Science

Exploratorium museum

Ask a Scientist

Blogs & Newspapers dealing with Science

Science Blogs: a page devoted to highlight information from scientific blogs

Physorg: detailed blog about scientific news

Wired Science: a blog reporting novelties in science

Oxford science blog.

Malditaciencia: a nice blog about scientific topics (language: Castellano)

Blog of Jose Manuel Nieves about science and technology (language: Castellano)

Neofronteras: kind of journal for general public about science (language: Castellano)

Centpeus: blog discussing about scientific issues (language: Catalan)]

Relatos de la mula Francis: short reviews about science and technology issues) (language: Castellano)

El tao de la fisica: a blog about Physics (language: Castellano)

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ABC Newspaper - Science & Technology section (language: Castellano)

"El Pais" Newspaper - Science & Technology section (language: Castellano)

Critical Science

Bad Science

Annals of Improbable Research

Ig Nobels

The Scientific Cartoonist: a humorous point of view. (language: English/Castellano)


Resources for Teachers

The Learner.org: Teacher professional development and teacher resources across the curriculum


Free Books and Manuals

NIC-Series: Computational techniques applied to Science

Numerical Recipes, Abramowitz-Stegun, ...

Free books on Science&Technology

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Light and Matter series of introductory physics textbooks by B. Crowell (a wonder)

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Wikibooks

PSU's Electronic Classics Site

Project Gutenberg


Free Software

Useful free software for the Physicist

GSL: The GNU Scientific Library

Links to other webs

Joana&Joan, our personal page