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Module 1: Mechanics and electromagnetism, 15 credits Experimental methodology, estimates of errors, problem solving and methodology of presentation. The
mechanics treats vectors, kinematics, dynamics and Newton's laws, inertia, work, energy, linear momentum and angular momentum, gravitation, rotational motion and harmonic oscillation. The electromagnetism contains electrostatics, electric and magnetic fields, field theory, capacitance, resistance and inductance, electric and magnetic materials, circuit theory, induction and alternating current.
Module 2: Waves, energy and quantum physics, 13 credits. This module includes mechanical and electromagnetic waves, ray optics, wave optics, sound aggregation state, principles of thermodynamics, statistical physics, entropy, heat engines,
special relativity theory, basic principles of quantum physics, wave mechanics. The Physics of atoms, solids, nuclei and particles.
Module 3: Experimental seminars, 2 credits. The module consists of experimental projects with oral presentation.
Term: Spring Period: 1 |