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"Computational Physics" - Graduate Course
This course gives a modern introduction to the basic methods in computational physics and an overview in scientific computing. The broad categories of computational physics are Simulation, Visualization and Modeling. Computational physics is now widely accepted as a valid complement to the traditional experimental and theoretical approaches to physics. The course enhances the basic mathematical, numerical, and conceptual elements needed for using a computer-supported learning environment as a virtual physics laboratory. The format of the course has been chosen to simulate physical problems in order for students to become familiar with a typical problem solving. Numerical methods will be applied for solving linear and non-linear equations, ordinary and partial differential equations, to simulate classical and quantum physical systems.
Every Academic Year
"Software Packages in Physics - I" - Undergraduate
This course is intended as a course in physics for sophomore students. It is designed to integrate the physical concepts that have been learned by students in many other previously studied courses. It is aimed at supporting students learning to take primary responsibility for developing valid knowledge in various disciplines in physics. The course provides the basic mathematical, numerical, and conceptual elements needed for using a computer-supported learning environment as a virtual physics course work and laboratory. Numerical methods will be used for solving linear and non-linear equations, ordinary and partial differential equations. These methods will be applied to simulate classical and quantum physical systems. These applications will include classical - motion such as : projectile, oscillatory, diffusion, and wave equation; and quantum systems such as: fields, atoms, molecules, crystals, and complex structures.
Every Academic Year
"Software Packages in Physics - II
This course is intended as a course in physics for sophomore students. It is designed to integrate the physical concepts that have been learned by students in many other previously studied courses. It is aimed at supporting students learning to take primary responsibility for developing valid knowledge in various disciplines in physics. The course provides the basic mathematical, numerical, and conceptual elements needed for using a computer-supported learning environment as a virtual physics course work and laboratory. Numerical methods will be used for solving linear and non-linear equations, ordinary and partial differential equations. These methods will be applied to simulate classical and quantum physical systems. These applications will include classical - motion such as: projectile, oscillatory, diffusion, and wave equation; and quantum systems such as: fields, atoms, molecules, crystals, and complex structures.
Every Academic Year
"Classical Mechanics" Graduate and Undergraduate Course
Almost Every Academic Year
"Electronics - Theoretical and Experimental"
Basic electronics and electronic device applications.
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Electricity and Magnetism
Many times
Mathematical Physics_I and II
Many times
Modern Physics
Many times
Introductory Physics I and II
Every Academic Year
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