Professor: Dr. Charles Kaufman
Prerequisites: PHY 204 and 205
Catalog Description: Introduction to relativistic and quantum physics: special relativity theory, structure of atoms, molecules, nuclei, and solids including semiconductor devices; wave and particle properties.
By the end of the semester students will be able to:
This course meets three times per week for lecture. Topic covered in this course include:
Grades are based on the following criteria:
This course allows students to practice analytical and numerical problem solving in higher-level Newtonian mechanics. The concepts of higher-level mechanics will be necessary to understand the details of equipment and theory that a medical physicist will encounter in their training and career.