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Introductory Physics Laboratory
This course introduces basic knowledges for physics laboratories through hands-on experiences of scientific apparatus operation, data analysis, machine tool basics, and laboratory safety in cooperative group activity.
This course aims at discussing basic concepts of physics such as force, motion, moment and energy.Topics include oscillatory motion, motion under a central force, dynamics of a system of particles, gravitational potential theory, and basic special relativity.
As a core curriculum in undergraduate physics, electrostatics will be mainly treated.The topics of this course include Coulomb's law, Gauss' law, electrostatic energy, boundary value problems, and electric field in matter as well as magnetostatics. Understanding of basic concepts and problem solving skill will be emphasized.
Mathematical PhysicsⅠ
This course is intended for student of physical science who want to develop basic knowledge of mathematics in physics, chemistry, and engineering. It cover vector analysis, linear algebra, multiple integral.
Mathematical Physics II
Second semester cover differential equation, special function, Fourier series, and complex variable and more which is needed in senior-graduate in physical science student.
Mechanics II
As a sequel to Mechanics I, in which Newton's laws and their application to elementary point particles problems were treated, more advanced topics like Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formalism are developed in Mechanics II. Furthermore, continuum mechanics topics like rigid body dynamics, small oscillations and wave propagations are treated with some introduction to tensor calculus.
As a sequel to Electromagnetism I, fields due to moving charges will be mainly treated. As such, the topics of this course include Faraday induction law, Maxwell equations, time-dependent electromagnetic fields, and electromagnetic wave radiation. Once again, understanding of basic concepts and problem solving skill will be emphasized.
The course introduces basic theory of electronics necessary for experimental physics. Topics include direct current, a lternating currents, basic linear circuit analysis, diodes, transistors amplifier and operational amplifier.
Modern Physics
Quantum mechanics and special theory of relativity developed in the early 20th century comprise two most important pillars of modern physics. In this class, based on these two topics, new conceptual developments that overcome the limit of classical physics and new experimental devices that support new theory will be introduced.
Intermediate Physics
It is intented for students who passed courses General Physics and Lab I and II, and deals with properties of fluids, laws of thermodynamics and heat engines, properties of waves and applications, optics and optical apparatus.
Electronics Laboratory
This course is designed to do experiments on various analog circuits including diode and transistor characteristics, rectifier carry out and filter circuits, transistor amplifiers.
Quantum MechanicsⅠ
This course will introduce the fundamental ideas of quantum mechanics to undergraduate students. The mathematical techniques necessary to understand and explore physical systems will be presented in the course.The student will have chances to develope their abilities of solving problems in quantum mechanics. This course will cover as much of the following topics: Historical backgrounds of quantum mechanics, the uncertainty principle, Schroodinger's wave equation, eigenfunctions and eignenvalues, one dimensional potential problems, and operator methods.
This lecture covers basic thermodynamics with its wide range of application in physics.An equilibrium thermodynamics, a kinetic theory of gases and a transport phenomena are studied.
It is an introductory course of geometrical and physical optics for physics majors and others who are interested in light and optics. The instruction includes generation, energy flow, sources, reflection, refraction, absorption, colors, scattering, dipole radiation, and polarization of light as well as basic concepts of interference and diffraction. It also covers lenses, mirrors, microscopes, telescopes, fibers, and other optical instruments. Some knowledge of electromagnetism is recommended.
Computational Physics
This class introduces the computational method of solving mathematical models of physics systems using the computer language of C, FORTRAN, or VISUAL BASIC. The methods will be applied to real physics problems, which the students to understand the principles involved and to enhance problem solving ability
Laboratory in Optical Control and Measurement
This course is designed to do experiments on various optics topics such as photon absorption, photon measurement, optical control, nonlinear optical properties and related experiments.
Lasers and Applications
The course includes the fundamentals and applications of various lasers with light-atom interactions, stimulated and spontaneous emission, coherence; laser behaviour, spectroscopy and nonlinear optics. It deals with interferometry and Fourier optics of diffraction, image formation; optical transfer function, display, optical data storage, and holography. It also introduces basic concepts of photonic crystals, and near-field optics.
Quantum MechanicsⅡ
This course is for the students who already finished the course, "Quantum Mechanics I". More complicate physical systems will be considered, and more advanced techniques in solving problems will be presented. This course will cover as much of the following topics. Angular momentum in quantum mechanics, system of identical particles, hydrogen atoms, atomic structures, variational method,
Statistical Mechanics
This course deals with fundamental equilibrium statistical mechanics. Micro-canonical, canonical and macro-canonical ensembles are introduced and their various applications are demonstrated.
Science and Logic
Science uses logic to derive reasonable conclusions. Essays are used to persuade others to believe in the results. This is not well known to the secondary school students, because this fact is not included in the current national curriculum. In this class, we build the notion that the western science has been built on logic and scientific thinking. We also deal with how to train students to enhance their ability to use them. Most of the class will adopt problem-based learning or project-based learning.
Electronics Device Laboratory
In this course of experiment, various electronic devices such as transistors, amplifiers, solar cell, photodiode are used to understand their functions and applications. In addition to this, electronic devices are used to make some simple physical apparatus.
Electronics Device Physics
This course is designed to do experiments on various devices such as FET, BIT, operational amplifiers. Their working principles and functions are studied.
Advanced Technology Seminar
Experts on cutting edge technologies or industry are invited to introduce practical anc commercial high-end technologies. New ideas on current physics are also introduced.
Advanced Computational Physics
In this course, MATLAB, Python, LabVIEW are used to educate on fundamental knowledge of running equipments and analysis of obtained data.
Laboratory in Circuit and Device Control
This course is intended for student of physical science to understand working principles of measurement and control boards such as arduino, Galileo Board allowing students to use them for capstone designs or apply their learning to industrial devices.
Capstone Design
In this course, students works in teams to design and manufacture experimental products related to science or technology.
Solid State Physics
Physical properties of metals, semiconductors and insulators are studied. Basic knowledge about classical mechanics, electromagnetism, thermal physics and quantum mechanics will be applied.
Relativity Theory
It includes both the special relativity, which deals with relativity of the space and time, the equivalence of the matter and energy, and the general relativity, which deals with the deformation of space-time structure by matter.
Radiation Physics
Electric and magnetic properties of nuclear particles are explained with experimental results.
It explains general properties of atomic nulei such as the shape of nuclei and nucleons, scattering experiment, nuclear masses, nuclear moments and quantum numbers.The course deal with the interaction of particles by using quantum mechanics. It includes electromagnetic, beta- and alpha- decay during nuclear fission, and explains with decay law and selection rules.
Seminar in Physics
This class encourages students to investigate their own interested topics in physics under the guidances of a professor while they experiment or carry out their projects, thus enabling them to grow in creative mental thinking and activities while they encounter the cutting edge current topics in physics.
The study of complex systems composed of many interacting components is one of the recent trend of science. To understand the emergence of life in biological system from the synergistic approach of statistical mechanics and nonlinear dynamics will be the goal of this class.
Teaching Methods and Study on Teaching Material in Physics
Learning about a guiding principle and a course of study with method hat how collect basic materials and materials collected by hem in order to re-consist of them according to course in middle school.
Based on physics learned from other classes such as mechanics, electromagnetism, and quantum physics, students will learn to understand astrophysical phenomena occurring heavenly bodies.
Nano Science and Technology
Nano Science and Technology,fusion technology for leading the 21st century,covers the fabrication of nanoscale low-dimensional structures and devices, and understanding of physical phenomena. lecturefurther includes technological applications to nanoelectronics, nanophotonics, and nano sensors.
Nuclear Physics
The course deals with detection of radioactivity, nuclear fission and fusion, and nuclear reaction as well as models of atomic nuclei. It also introduces applications of nuclear physics in industry, medical science, archaeology and cosmology.
Particle Physics
It introduces basic properties of subatomic particles such as electrons and quarks, and their fundament interactions. It also deals with the early universe which is one of the high energy physics phenomena.
Advanced Topics in Undergraduate Physics
The course offers basic concepts for some topics which are important in the current research and technology but hard to teach the undergraduate students in depth. It offers introductions to atomic and molecular physics, spectroscopy, fluid dynamics, plasma, and other interesting technologies. Several professors participate in teaching various topics.
Principles of Physics Education
As a basic course on general topics in physics education, this course will cover the physics history, physics history, physics education curricula and physics education assessment.
Laboratory in Advanced Equipment I
This course helps students to learn how to fabricate thin film and bulk samples of advanced materials by using various fabrication techniques.
Laboratory in Advanced EquipmentⅡ
This course helps students to learn how to measure the physical properties of fabricated samples of advanced materials such as electric, magnetic, structural, and optical characteristics. It also offers experience with analysis of the data obtained from various techniques.
Industrial Technology and Equipment
In this course of experiment, physics professors and experts on industry teach together to educated students on the industrial topics such as making thin films, solar cells. etching processe laser processe.
In this course, students learn as interns of local business enterprise which use cutting edge equipments of center for research facilities of CBNU, inducing students to have jobs there after graduation.
In this course, students learn as interns of local business enterprise which use cutting edge equipments of center for research facilities of CBNU, inducing students to have jobs there after graduation.
In this course, students learn as interns of local business enterprise which use cutting edge equipments of center for research facilities of CBNU, inducing students to have jobs there after graduation.
In this course, students learn as interns of local business enterprise which use cutting edge equipments of center for research facilities of CBNU, inducing students to have jobs there after graduation.