Project Java
Project Java is a collaboration between the Mineral Physics Institute and the Center for Environmental Molecular Science , both headquartered at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Undergraduate students who participate in this program develop interactive Java applets designed for use as instructional tools in Earth Science, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and related disciplines.
Serving Applets Since 1996
Project Java Webmaster: Glenn A. Richard
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Pond Digital Library 

COMPRES Image Library 

ITS
102: 

Chemical Charge 


GridBlaster
Game 
Virtual
Microprocessor 

Arc
Intersection Calculator 
This collection is based on JDK 1.1The Ultimate Graphing SoftwareThis educational software contains three different graphing applets.
Computer Science Search InvariantsTwo interactive applets based on the computer science theory of invariants.Visualizing Sorting AlgorithmsVisual invariants of different sorting algorithms.Probability TheoryLearn about the theory of probability by rolling dice.

Additional 1997 to 1998 Applets 

Snell's Law Bending of seismic waves generated by earthquakes 

TriPhase
Applet Crystalization of minerals from a melt 
The Charter Collection of
Applets: 1996 to 1997


This collection is based on JDK 1.0.2  


The
Diamond Thief Game Prisoners' dilemma, a classic game theory problem 

Soil Moisture Calculate a soil water budget 

Impact Craters Figure out the size distribution of impact craters 

Earthquake Epicenters Using wave arrival times to find the epicenter of an earthquake 

Bragg's Law and
Diffraction: How waves reveal the atomic structure of crystals 

Plate Tectonics Were South America and Africa once connected? 

Waveform
Interaction Manipulate two sine waves and watch them interact. Try this faster version for slow machines. 

Lines: A Game of Strategy Can you line up five balls of the same color? 

Pollutant in a
Pond System Model of a chemical in a stream flowing into a pond 

High Pressure Laboratory Control pressure and temperature to change phases of a substance. 
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