A Roadmap of Basic Scientific Knowledge

Classical Mechanics

  • Kibble, Tom, and Frank H. Berkshire. Classical mechanics. world scientific publishing company, 2004.Classical Mechanics

Statistic Mechanics:

  • Tuckerman, Mark. Statistical mMechanics: tTheory and mMolecular sSimulation. Oxford university press, 2010. Mark E. Tuckerman

  • Pathria, Raj Kumar.Statistical Statistical mMechanics. Elsevier (R. K. Pathria, Paul D. Beale, 2016.1)

Quantum Mechanics:

  • A. Szabo, A., and N. S. Ostlund. “, Modern Quantum Chemistry (Dover.” New York (, 1996).

  • L. Piela, Lucjan. Ideas of qQuantum cChemistry, 2nd Ed. (Elsevier, 2006.14)

  • Sholl, David S., and Janice A. Steckel. Density functional theory: aA practical introduction. John Wiley & Sons (David Sholl, Janice A Steckel, 2011.09)

Solid State Physics:

  • Kittel, Charles. “Introduction to Solid State Physics Solution Manual.” (2021). (Charles Kittel, 2004)

Multi-scale Modeling:

  • Weinan, E. Principles of mMultiscale mModeling. Cambridge University Press (Weinan, E, 2011.)

Control Theory:

  • Evans, Lawrence C. “An introduction to mathematical optimal control theory version 0.2.” Lecture notes available at http://math. berkeley. edu/~ evans/control. course. pdf ( (L.C. Evans, 1983).

Partial Differential Equations:

  • Evans, Lawrence C. Partial dDifferential eEquations. Vol. 19. American Mathematical Soc. (L. C. Evans, 2010.)

Fluid Dynamics:

  • Kundu, Pijush K., Ira M. Cohen, and David R. Dowling. Fluid mechanics. Academic pressFluid mechanics (P. K. Kundu, I. M. Cohen & D. R. Dowling, 2015.5)