Physics Course Schedule - Fall 2017

August 21 to December 20

(Finals: see instructor)

 
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PSC101 O 3 TR 9:30 10:45 Cohn, Joshua 112 Physical Science
An interdisciplinary course to provide the non-science major with an understanding of some of the methods, ideas and accomplishments of Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Physics, and Space Science, and their role in the development of civilization.
Text: Muller -- Physics and Technology for Future Presidents
 
PHY101 0SU 4 T 2:00 4:00 &
R 2:00 4:00 &
W 5:00 6:15
Gundersen, Joshua 105 College Physics I
PHY101 0TJ 4 TR 5:00 6:15 &
W 5:00 6:15
Zane, Sharon 112 College Physics I
PHY101 1D 0 M 11:15 12:05 Ghandour, Ghassan 108 Discussion
PHY101 1E 0 M 12:20 1:10 Ghandour, Ghassan 108 Discussion
PHY101 1F 0 M 1:25 2:15 Song, Chaoming 108 Discussion
PHY101 1G 0 M 2:30 3:20 Barnes, Stewart 108 Discussion
PHY101 1H 0 M 3:35 4:25 Barnes, Stewart 108 Discussion
PHY101 9SU 0 F 2:30 3:20 Syed, Sheyum 105 Discussion
Elementary mechanics, thermal phenomena, fluids, waves. Courses PHY 101-102-106-108 provide a ten credit `physics with lab' sequence for premedical students and others.
Text: Walker -- Physics, 5th edition
Note: Students in 0SU section must also register for discussion section PHY101 9SU and for lab PHY 106 9SU. Exams will be Wednesdays, 5:00 - 6:15 PM, Sep. 13, Oct. 11, Nov. 8. The 5pm hour is for exams only. Discussion Section Required. Exams will be Wednesdays, 5:00 - 6:15 PM, Sep. 13, Oct. 11, Nov. 8. The 5:00 hour is for exams only
 
PHY102 0QJ 4 TR 12:30 1:45 &
W 5:00 6:15
Zane, Sharon 112 College Physics II
PHY102 4D 0 W 11:15 12:05 Zane, Sharon 108 Discussion
PHY102 4E 0 W 12:20 1:10 Zane, Sharon 108 Discussion
PHY102 4F 0 W 1:25 2:15 Zane, Sharon 108 Discussion
PHY102 4G 0 W 2:30 3:20 Zane, Sharon 108 Discussion
Electromagnetism, optics, and modern physics.
Text: Walker -- Physics, 5th edition
Note: Discussion Section Required. Exams will be Wednesdays, 5:00 - 6:15 PM, Sep. 20, Oct. 18, Nov. 15. The 5:00 hour is for exams only.
 
PHY106 1A 1 M 8:00 10:45 Karavassilev, Plamen 104 College Physics Laboratory I
PHY106 1D 1 M 11:15 2:00 Karavassilev, Plamen 104 College Physics Laboratory I
PHY106 1H 1 M 3:35 6:15 Karavassilev, Plamen 104 College Physics Laboratory I
PHY106 1K 1 M 6:25 9:05 Karavassilev, Plamen 104 College Physics Laboratory I
PHY106 1P 1 T 11:00 1:45 Karavassilev, Plamen 104 College Physics Laboratory I
PHY106 1R 1 T 2:00 4:45 Karavassilev, Plamen 104 College Physics Laboratory I
PHY106 1U 1 T 6:25 9:05 Karavassilev, Plamen 104 College Physics Laboratory I
PHY106 4B 1 W 9:05 11:50 Karavassilev, Plamen 104 College Physics Laboratory I
PHY106 4E 1 W 12:20 3:05 Karavassilev, Plamen 104 College Physics Laboratory I
PHY106 4K 1 W 6:25 9:05 Karavassilev, Plamen 104 College Physics Laboratory I
PHY106 5O 1 R 9:30 12:15 Karavassilev, Plamen 104 College Physics Laboratory I
PHY106 5Q 1 R 12:30 3:15 Karavassilev, Plamen 104 College Physics Laboratory I
PHY106 5S 1 R 3:30 6:15 Karavassilev, Plamen 104 College Physics Laboratory I
PHY106 7C 1 F 10:10 12:55 Karavassilev, Plamen 104 College Physics Laboratory I
PHY106 9SU 1 TBA Gundersen, Joshua 105 College Physics Laboratory I
Laboratory course to accompany Phy 101.
Text: Manual distributed in the lab.
Note:  This lab is reserved for students enrolled in PHY101 0SU
 
PHY108 1D 1 M 11:15 2:00 Karavassilev, Plamen 100 College Physics Laboratory II
PHY108 1J 1 M 5:00 7:40 Karavassilev, Plamen 100 College Physics Laboratory II
PHY108 1O 1 T 9:30 12:15 Karavassilev, Plamen 100 College Physics Laboratory II
PHY108 1S 1 T 3:30 6:15 Karavassilev, Plamen 100 College Physics Laboratory II
PHY108 4B 1 W 9:05 11:50 Karavassilev, Plamen 100 College Physics Laboratory II
PHY108 5O 1 R 9:30 12:15 Karavassilev, Plamen 100 College Physics Laboratory II
PHY108 5R 1 R 2:00 4:45 Karavassilev, Plamen 100 College Physics Laboratory II
PHY108 7F 1 F 1:25 4:10 Karavassilev, Plamen 100 College Physics Laboratory II
Laboratory course to accompany Phy 102.
Text: Manual distributed in the lab.
 
PHY201 0RJ 3 TR 2:00 3:15 &
W 5:00 6:15
Klein, Mason 112 University Physics I. Life Sciences
PHY201 0SBJ 3 TR 3:30 4:45 &
F 9:05 9:55 &
M 5:00 6:15
Wang, He 112 University Physics I. Life Sciences
PHY201 1E 0 M 12:20 1:10 Klein, Mason 109 Discussion
PHY201 1G 0 M 2:30 3:20 Korotkova, Olga 109 Discussion
PHY201 2B 0 M 9:05 9:55 Nepomechie, Rafael 109 Discussion
PHY201 2D 0 M 11:15 12:05 Nepomechie, Rafael 109 Discussion
Calculus based introductory physics: mechanics, heat, fluids, waves, with applications from the life sciences.
Text: Giancoli -- Physics for Scientists and Engineers, 4th edition \ Spiegel -- Vector Analysis Tuszynski and Dixon -- Biomedical Applications of Introductory Physics
Note: The lab that accompanies this course is PHY106. Exams will be Wednesday, 5:00 - 6:15pm Sep. 13, Oct. 18, Nov. 15. The 5:00pm is for exams only For the PRSM section. The lab that accompanies this course is PHY 106. Exams will be Mondays, 5:00 - 6:15 PM Sep. 13, Oct. 18, Nov. 15. The 5:00 hour is for exams only.
 
PHY205 0CK 3 MWF 10:10 11:00 &
W 6:25 7:40
Galeazzi, Massimiliano 112 University Physics I
PHY205 0DK 3 MWF 11:15 12:05 &
W 6:25 7:40
Hashemi, Seyed 112 University Physics I
PHY205 1O 0 T 9:30 10:20 Hashemi, Seyed 108 Discussion
PHY205 1P 0 T 11:00 11:50 Galeazzi, Massimiliano 108 Discussion
PHY205 1Q 0 T 12:30 1:20 Bates, David 108 Discussion
PHY205 1R 0 T 2:00 2:50 Bates, David 108 Discussion
PHY205 1S 0 T 3:30 4:20 Mariano, Arthur 108 Discussion
PHY205 2P 0 T 11:00 11:50 Ghandour, Ghassan 109 Discussion
PHY205 2Q 0 T 12:30 1:20 Ghandour, Ghassan 109 Discussion
PHY205 2T 0 T 5:00 5:50 Mariano, Arthur 109 Discussion
Mechanics through gravity and harmonic motion, intended for science and engineering students.
Text:  Giancoli -- Physics for Scientists and Engineers, 4th edition || Shaum's Outline Vector Analysis, 2nd Edition
Note: Discussion Section Required. Exams will be Wednesdays, 6:25 - 7:40 PM Sep. 13, Oct. 18, Nov 15. The 6:25 hour is for exams only
 
PHY206 0GK 3 MWF 2:30 3:20 &
M 6:25 7:40
Voss, Kenneth 112 University Physics II
PHY206 5O 0 R 9:30 10:20 Voss, Kenneth 109 Discussion
PHY206 5Q 0 R 12:30 1:20 Prasai, Narayan 109 Discussion
PHY206 5R 0 R 2:00 2:50 Prasai, Narayan 109 Discussion
PHY206 5S 0 R 3:30 4:20 Prasai, Narayan 109 Discussion
Fluids, waves, optics, thermal phenomena . . .
Text:  Giancoli -- Physics for Scientists and Engineers, 4th edition || Shaum's Outline Vector Analysis, 2nd Edition
Note: Discussion Section Required. Exams will be Mondays, 6:25 - 7:40 PM, Sep. 18, Oct. 9, Nov. 6. The 6:25 hour is for exams only.
 
PHY207 0EK 3 MWF 12:20 1:10 &
M 6:25 7:40
Huerta, Manuel 112 University Physics III
PHY207 5P 0 R 11:00 11:50 Mezincescu, Alexandru 108 Discussion
PHY207 5Q 0 R 12:30 1:20 Mezincescu, Alexandru 108 Discussion
PHY207 5R 0 R 2:00 2:50 Huerta, Manuel 108 Discussion
PHY207 5S 0 R 3:30 4:20 Huerta, Manuel 108 Discussion
PHY207 5T 0 R 5:00 5:50 Huang, Sunxiang 108 Discussion
Electromagnetism through Maxwell's equations.
Text:  Giancoli -- Physics for Scientists and Engineers, 4th edition || Shaum's Outline Vector Analysis, 2nd Edition
Note: Discussion Section Required. Exams will be Mondays, 6:25 - 7:40 PM, Sep. 25, Oct. 16, Nov. 13, The 6:25 hour is for exams only.
 
PHY208 1C 1 M 10:10 12:55 Karavassilev, Plamen 101 University Physics II Lab
PHY208 1H 1 M 3:35 6:15 Karavassilev, Plamen 101 University Physics II Lab
PHY208 1Q 1 T 12:30 3:15 Karavassilev, Plamen 101 University Physics II Lab
PHY208 1T 1 T 5:00 7:40 Karavassilev, Plamen 101 University Physics II Lab
PHY208 4H 1 W 3:35 6:15 Karavassilev, Plamen 101 University Physics II Lab
PHY208 4K 1 W 6:25 9:05 Karavassilev, Plamen 101 University Physics II Lab
Laboratory to accompany Phy 206.
Text: Manual distributed in the lab
 
PHY209 1H 1 M 3:35 6:15 Karavassilev, Plamen 102 University Physics III Lab
PHY209 1P 1 T 11:00 1:45 Karavassilev, Plamen 102 University Physics III Lab
PHY209 1R 1 T 2:00 4:45 Karavassilev, Plamen 102 University Physics III Lab
PHY209 1T 1 T 5:00 7:45 Karavassilev, Plamen 102 University Physics III Lab
PHY209 4H 1 W 3:35 6:15 Karavassilev, Plamen 102 University Physics III Lab
PHY209 5O 1 R 9:30 12:15 Karavassilev, Plamen 102 University Physics III Lab
PHY209 5Q 1 R 12:30 3:05 Karavassilev, Plamen 102 University Physics III Lab
PHY209 5S 1 R 3:30 6:15 Karavassilev, Plamen 102 University Physics III Lab
Lab to accompany Phy 207.
Text: Manual distributed in the lab
 
PHY300 Q 3 TR 12:30 1:45 Syed, Sheyum 203 Challenges in Biological Physics
The research interface between physics and biology; discussion of current research in biology being done by physicists. new analytical tools and techniques that apply to this interdisciplinary interface and new features of biological systems that can be addressed with them.
Text:  Philip Nelson - Biology Physics 1st edition
 
PHY350 F 3 MWF 1:25 2:15 Nepomechie, Rafael 203 Intermediate Electricity and Magnetism I
Includes the integral and differential forms of Maxwell's equations, circuit theory, and boundary value problems.
Text: Griffiths -- Introduction to Electrodynamics, 4th edition
 
PHY360 C 3 MWF 10:10 11:00 Huang, Sunxiang 109 Introduction to Modern Physics
Emphasis on the experimental foundations of modern physics. Relativity, quantization, atomic structure, radiation, nuclei.
Text: Tipler & Llewellan -- Modern Physics, 6th edition
 
PHY362 1H 1 M 3:35 4:25 Cohn, Joshua 203 Modern Physics Honors Seminar
Special topics to accompany Phy 360.
 
PHY513 O 3 TR 9:30 10:45 Korotkova, Olga 203 Mathematical Techniques in Physics
Function spaces, Fourier analysis, data sampling and integral transforms; complex analysis, residues and contour integration; ordinary and partial differential equations and related boundary value problems; integral equations; special functions; calculus of variations.
 
PHY540 D 3 MWF 11:15 12:05 Song, Chaoming 203 Classical Mechanics II
Lagrangian formulation, rigid body dynamics. Topics selected from fluid dynamics, non-linear oscillations, normal modes, phase plane analysis.
Text: Goldstein et al. -- Classical Mechanics
 
PHY560 P 3 TR 11:00 12:15 Alvarez, Orlando 203 Quantum Mechanics and Modern Physics I
Introductory theory with applications to simple systems. Perturbation theory and atomic structure.
Text: Griffiths -- Quantum Mechanics
 
PHY613 O 3 TR 9:30 10:45 Korotkova, Olga 203 Mathematical Techniques in Physics
Function spaces, Fourier analysis, data sampling and integral transforms; complex analysis, residues and contour integration; ordinary and partial differential equations and related boundary value problems; integral equations; special functions; calculus of variations.
 
PHY640 D 3 MWF 11:15 12:05 Song, Chaoming 203 Classical Mechanics II
Lagrangian formulation, rigid body dynamics. Topics selected from fluid dynamics, non-linear oscillations, normal modes, phase plane analysis.
Text: ZZGoldstein et al. -- Classical Mechanics
 
PHY660 P 3 TR 11:00 12:15 Alvarez, Orlando 203 Quantum Mechanics and Modern Physics I
Introductory theory with applications to simple systems. Perturbation theory and atomic structure.
Text: Griffiths -- Quantum Mechanics
 
PHY722 S 3 TR 3:30 4:45 Barnes, Stewart 203 Advanced Solid State Physics
Electronic structure, electron-electron interactions, phonons, many-body problems, transport properties, magnetism, superconductivity
 
PHY770 R 3 TR 2:00 3:15 Mezincescu, Alexandru 203 Quantum Theory I
Transformation theory, linear operators and vector spaces. Schrodinger's equation, rotation group and angular momentum, statistics (Bose-Einstein and Fermi-Dirac), isotopic spin,
Text:  Messiah -- Quantum Mechanics