Colloquium, seminars on Physics related subjects by departmental or guest speakers
Graduate research in experimental or theoretical physics
Graduate level Classical Mechanics course, variational principles, Lagrange’s Equations, Hamiltonian equations of motion, rigid body and oscillations, classical chaos.
Graduate level mathematical methods course covering ordinary differential equations, integral transforms, complex variables, Fourier series, Sturm-Liouville theory.
Graduate level Statistical Physics course, probability theory, phase space, partition functions, entropy, thermodynamics laws, harmonic oscillators, quantum gas, Bose-Einstein condensation, ferromagnetism, critical exponents
Upper UG / Graduate level Solid State Physic course covering crystal structures, diffraction and reciprocal lattice, elastic constants, phonons and lattice vibrations Brilliouin zones, inelastic scattering, Debye and Einstein Models, Free Electron Fermi Gas, energy bands, Fermi surfaces, semiconductors, and metals, superconductivity and magnetism
Graduate level Plasma Physics course, charged particle motion in electric and magnetic fields; electron and ion emission; ion-surface interaction; electrical breakdown in gases; dark discharges and DC glow discharges; confined discharge; AC, RF, and microwave discharges; arc discharges, sparks, and corona discharges; nonthermal gas discharges at atmospheric pressure; and discharge and low-temperature plasma generation.
Graduate level Plasma Physics course, the course commences by reviewing basic plasma physics, some atomic processes, and plasma diagnostics. The course ten delves into plasma production using DC glow discharges and RF glow discharges such as magnetron discharges. Broad topics studied in detail are plasma-surface interaction; sputter deposition of thin films; reactive ion etching, ion milling, and texturing; electron beam-assisted chemical vapor deposition; and ion implantation. Further, the topics of sputtering systems, ion sources, electron sources, and ion beam handling will be covered in the course.
Graduate level quantum mechanics course covering quantum theory of radiation, relativistic quantum mechanics, covariant perturbation theory
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