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Physics

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Course & Curriculum
Classification Course Code Course Title Credit Language of Instruction Course Availability
Undergraduate PHY2001 Classical Mechanics Ⅰ 3 Korean Yes
Newtonian mechanics, motion of one-body system, motion of a system of particles,rigid bodies, gravitation.
Undergraduate PHY2002 Exercise for Classical Mechanics1 1 English Yes
This course is designed to strengthen students' ability to solve exercise problems with new concepts learned in Classical Mechanics 1. They will learn mathematical techniques, methodologies of solving physics problems. Students who take Classical Mechanics 1 are strongly recommended to take this course at the same time.
Undergraduate PHY2003 Classical Mechanics Ⅱ 3 Korean Yes
Moving coordinate systems, mechanics of continuous media, rotation of a rigid body, special theory of relativity.
Undergraduate PHY2004 Basic Physics Laboratory Ⅰ 2 English Yes
Experimental studies in mechanics, optics, waves, thermodynamics and modern physics : linear motion, rotational motion, forced oscillation, coupled oscilla-tion, interference, diffraction, polarization, geometrical optics, specific heatratio, thermal conductivity, e/m, photo-electric effect, electron diffraction, Hall effect.
Undergraduate PHY2005 Basic Physics Laboratory Ⅱ 2 English Yes
Experimental studies in mechanics, optics, waves, thermodynamics and modern physics : linear motion, rotational motion, forced oscillation, coupled oscillation, interference, diffraction, polarization, geometrical optics, specific heat ratio, thermal conductivity, e/m, photo-electric effect, electron diffraction, hall effect.
Undergraduate PHY2006 Mathematical Physics Ⅰ 3 English Yes
Vector and tensor analysis, coordinate system matrices, infinite series.
Undergraduate PHY2007 Mathematical Physics Ⅱ 3 English Yes
Functions of a complex variable differential equations, Green's function, Fourier series and Fourier transform, special functions.
Undergraduate PHY2008 Modern Physics 3 Korean Yes
Wave nature of matter, introductory quantum mechanics, hydrogen atom, atomic physics, condensed matter, nuclear physics, particle physics.
Undergraduate PHY2010 Electromagnetism Ⅰ 3 Korean Yes
Electrostatics, electrostatic field in dielectric media, electric current, magnetic field of steady currents electromagnetic induction.
Undergraduate PHY2011 Exercise for Electricity and Magnetism 1 1 Korean Yes
This course is designed to strengthen students' ability to solve exercise problems with new concepts learned in Electricity and Magnetism 1. They will learn mathematical techniques, methodologies of solving physics problems. Students who take Electricity and Magnetism 1 are strongly recommended to take this course at the same time.
Undergraduate PHY2012 Electromagnetism Ⅱ 3 Korean Yes
Magnetic properties of matter, slowly varying currents, Maxwell's equations and their applications, electrodynamics.
Undergraduate PHY2013 Physics of Electronic Circuit 3 - No
Electronic circuit is an important part in all physics-related experiments. Both understanding how an electronic circuit works and ability of designing a circuit with desired features are essential for the success of any experiment. In this course, we begin with basic properties of simple dc and ac circuits and then move on to discuss diode circuits and physical properties of key semiconductor devices. Based on these knowledges, we study transistor amplifier, amp. circuit and characteristics of OP Amp in detail.
Undergraduate PHY2014 Quantum Mechanics Ⅰ 3 English Yes
Limits of classical physics, wave packets, Schroedinger wave equation, one-dimensional potentials, many-particle system, angular momentum, radial equation,hydrogen atom.
Undergraduate PHY2015 Practice on Quantum Mechanics Ⅰ 1 English Yes
This course is designed to strengthen students' ability to solve exercise problems with new concepts learned in Quantum Mechanics 1. They will learn mathematical techniques, methodologies of solving physics problems. Students who take Quantum Mechanics 1 are strongly recommended to take this course at the same time.
Undergraduate PHY2016 Electronic Physics Laboratory Ⅰ 2 Korean Yes
Learn how to use electronic equipments such as multimeters and oscilloscopes and perform experiments with simple circuits to see how the basic principles of electromagnetism are applied to the circuits.
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