Physics 160 focuses on Newtonian Mechanics. It covers how to describe motion
using calculus and vectors, the laws governing the mechanical motion of classical objects, the concepts of
energy, momentum, angular momentum and their conservation, oscillation, and gravity.
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Physics 684 covers the fundamentals of quantum mechanics including
its principles (postulates), mathematical framework (Linear vector and Hilbert space,
symmetries and groups), and important applications.
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Physics 685 is the first semester of graduate-level electrodynamics covering topics such as
electrostatics, boundary values problems, multipoles, magnetostatics, macroscopic electromagnetism
and Maxwell equations.
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Physics 785 is the second semester of graduate-level electrodynamics. The main topics are: