Self Assembly in Soft Matter Physics & Physical Oceanography

PHYS 3750 (Quantum Physics I)

Time and Place:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 1300-1350 in C-3067


Anand Yethiraj


Quantum physics, one of the important intellectual achievements of 20th century physics, is a central part of 21st century research as well as technology. Concepts in physics (mechanics, electricity and magnetism, and modern physics) and in calculus, differential equations and vector calculus will be utilized in this course.

The Course Schedule

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The project will involve a report on past research in Quantum Physics. Project details will be discussed during Module 1 of the course (see Course Schedule )