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Asymmetric particles, scattering theory, quantum theory of radiation, relativistic quantum mechanics.
PhD Level
  
Complex Numbers, Linear Equations; Vectors Matrices and Determinants, Partial Differentiation, Multiple Integrals, Vector Analysis, Fourier Series, Ordinary Differential Equations
Second Year
  
Coordinate Transformations; Tensor Analysis, Gamma, Beta and Error Functions, Asymptotic Series, Stirling’s Formula, Elliptic Integrals and Functions, Integral Transforms, Series Solutions of Differential Equations, Legender Polynomials, Bessel Functions, Sets of Orthogonal Functions, Partial Differential Equations, Functions of A Complex Variable
Second Year
  
Basic Nuclear Concepts and Nuclear Properties, Nuclear Force: The Two-Body Nucleon System, Nuclear Force: Nucleon-Nucleon Scattering, Nuclear Models, Radioactive Decay, Nuclear Reactions: An Introduction.
Fourth Year
  
Motion in One Dimension, Vectors, Motion in Two Dimensions, The Laws of Motion, Circular Motion and Other Applications of Newton’s Laws, Work and Kinetic Energy, Potential Energy and Conservation of Energy, Linear Momentum and Collisions, Rotation of a Rigid Object About a Fixed Axis, Rolling Motion and Angular Momentum
First Year
  
Electric Field, Gauss’s Law; Electric Potential; Capacitance and Dielectrics; Current and Resistance; Direct Current Circuits, Magnetic Field, Sources of the Magnetic Field, Faraday’s Laws of Induction
First Year
  
Nature of Light; Huygens's Principle; Fermat's Principle; Wave Equations; Superposition of Waves; Interference of Light; Optical interferometry; Production of Polarized Light; Fraunhofer Diffraction; Diffraction Grating
Second Year
  
Electrostatics: Electrostatic field, Electrostatic potential, Work and energy in electrostatics, Conductors. Calculation of Electrostatic Potentials: Laplace's Equation, The Method of Images, Separation of Variables, Multipole Expansion. Electrostatic Fields in Matter; Magnetostatics, Magnetostatic Fields in Matter
Third Year
  
Newtonian Mechanics, Oscillations, Gravitation, Lagrangian Dynamics, Central Force Motio
Third Year
  
Introduction to Wave Mechanics: Wave Functions, Schrödinger Equation, Wave Palates, Probability Amplitudes, Stationary States, Heisenberg Uncertainty Relation, One-dimensional System; Potential Well and Potential Barrier Problems. Matrix Mechanics: Linear Vector Spaces, Operators , Measurements and Probability Amplitudes, Position and Momentum Space Wave Functions. Schrödinger Equation in Three Dimensions: Central Potentials, Orbital, Angular Momentum and Spin, Hydrogen-Like Atoms
Third Year
  
Spin and Orbital Angular Momentum States, Identical Particles, Time-Independent and Time-Dependent Approximation Methods in Quantum Mechanics and Applications
Fourth Year
  
A Graduate Course on Classical Mechanics covering topics such as: Lagrangian Dynamics, Rigid Body Motion, Small Oscillations
M.Sc. Level
  
Nuclear properties; Nuclear forces; Nuclear matter; Nuclear models; Nuclear radiation: Alpha; Beta, and Gamma decays; Special topics in intermediate energy; and Nuclear structure.
M.Sc. Level
  
A Graduate course in Quantum Mechanics covering topics such as: Scattering Theory, Vector Space and Matrix Mechanics, Approximation Methods, Relativistic Equation
M.S.c Level
  
The basic features of nuclear reactions; nuclear particles and their interactions; forces and nuclear efforts; scattering and interaction models; nuclear models
PhD Level
  
Mathematical relationships, dynamics, quantitative theory of angular momentum, the central question of power, methods of approximation, applications.
M.S.c Level
  
Laboratory experiments in mechanics, fluids
Fourth Year
  
Movement in a straight line, motion in two dimensions, Newton's laws of motion, statics, work and energy and ability, linear momentum, temperature and the behavior of gases, thermodynamics, thermal properties of materials, fluid mechanics is viscous, forces and fields, and efforts electrical currents constant, magnetic, stimulating currents and fields, nuclear physics
First Year