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Astronomy

Professor Maller
PHYS1117

Astronomical history is presented including an introduction to the mechanics and optics of Galileo and Newton. Radiation laws and astronomical tools including the telescope are considered. The solar system is […]

PHYS 1441

Professor Maller
Physics|PHYS1441

This is the first of a three-semester sequence of calculus-based physics course that is the foundation to further studies in engineering and technology. The first semester introduces students to concepts and […]

MAT 1275/D534 Rozenblyum, Spring 2018

Alexander Rozenblyum
Mathematics|MAT 1275|Spring 2018

An intermediate and advanced algebra course. Topics include quadratic equations, systems of linear equations, exponential and logarithmic functions; topics from trigonometry, including identities, equations […]

PHYS3100ClassicalMechanicsFA2020

Andrea Ferroglia
PHYS 3100|Fall 2020

The course PHYS 3100 offers a study of classical mechanics from a more advanced perspective than freshman physics, with particular emphasis on Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formalisms. Topics include a review of […]

PHYS3100ClassicalMechianicsFA2019

Andrea Ferroglia
PHYS 3100|Fall 2019

The course PHYS 3100 offers a study of classical mechanics from a more advanced perspective than freshman physics, with particular emphasis on Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formalisms. Topics include a review of […]

PHYS 1433 Lab

German Kolmakov
PHYS 1433L

This is a Mechanics / Heat laboratory associated with the College Physics course PHYS 1433. Welcome.

PHYS1433, General Physics I: Algebra Based, SP2019

Darya Krym
PHYS 1433|Spring 2019

Algebra-based course on basic concepts of mechanics. Topics include: kinematics (describing motions using position, velocity, acceleration), dynamics (how forces influence motion), describing motion using […]

MAT1475 Calculus I

Boyan Kostadinov
Fall 2020

Calculus I

PHYS3200, SP2019

Andrea Ferroglia
PHYS 3200|Spring 2019

Introduction to electrodynamics with applications to physical problems. Topics include electrostatics, magnetostatics, Maxwell’s equations, electromagnetic forces, electromagnetic waves, radiation from a […]

PHYS4150

Professor Maller
PHYS4150

This course provides a basic understanding of computer modeling in physics. Topics include basics of python programming language; scientific plotting; numerical evaluation of integrals; numerical solution of […]

PHYS4100

Professor Maller
PHYS4100

This course provides a basic understanding of computer modeling in physics. Topics include basics of python programming language; scientific plotting; numerical evaluation of integrals; numerical solution of […]

PHYS 2607 Introduction to Quantum Mechanics, Fall 2018

Boris
Physics|PHYS 2607|Fall 2018

In this course students will learn the foundations and basic applications of quantum mechanics. We will discuss the origins of quantum theory, Planck’s law for black-body radiation, the photoelectric effect, and w […]