For the most part of the science's history, the numerical computation was part of a large amount of ways to realize some daily forecasts and to confirm (or invalidate) many theories. But, besides the Uncertain of Physics, we are limited by our computational skills.
My biggest objective in this presentation is to bring some interesting topics derived from the computational area in Physics. It's a tremendous discipline to be treated numerically and it brings a lot of challenges.
I will try to talk about the next topics:
* The mechanical computation of numbers (Pascal, Leibniz and the mechanical machines)
* The definition of bit and mathematical applicability
* The numerical analysis of a Physics Problem (algorithms and supercomputers)
* The physics of quantum superposition and the qubits
I do not want to bring the mathematical formalism, the physics operation or the bombastic join with fields and multi-dimensions.
I assume you have some basic knowledge in Physics and Mathematics.
Maybe, between the Uncertain, it's possible to appear some funny toys instead of waves functions.