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1/22/08 University of California at Berkeley, Department of Physics Physics 7B, Course Information, Spring 2008 Lecture 2 - Professor Zettl Section 2: Section 2 Info: Section 2 Instructor Office Hours: Prof. Alex Zettl Office: 341 Birge e-mail: [email protected] Section 2 T θ 2:00 - 3:30 1 LeConte 341 Birge Monday, 10:00 - 11:00 Tuesday, 11:00 - 12:00 First two weeks: You must attend the discussion and laboratory (DL) sections during the first two weeks of the DL sections to remain enrolled in the class. Enrollment changes should first be attempted via TeleBears . Further information regarding enrollment will be posted on the course website. Please try to attend the DL section that you are enrolled in. If you cannot, then e-mail the GSI of the section you will be attending to see if there is enough room. For the first two weeks, no more than 24 students will be allowed in each section due to space constraints. After the first two weeks, enrollment per section will be capped at 22 students. At the end of the second week, if you have not attended any discussion or lab sections and have not e-mailed the head GSI, you will be automatically dropped from the course. Please Note: Even in weeks where there is no lab, such as these first two weeks, your lab sections WILL meet and will act as if they were discussion sections. Drop Deadline : Friday, February 1, 2008. (Early Drop Deadline course!) You may not drop the class after this date! Head Graduate Student Instructor: Austin Hedeman, [email protected] 7B Course Center : 107 LeConte, for GSI office hours and working with other students. Course Information will be posted outside the Course Center and on the website. Course WWW URL: http://socrates.berkeley.edu/~phy7b The website contains course information, worksheet answers, homework assignments and solutions, extra problems, and important notices. Prerequisites: Math 1A/B, Physics 7A are prerequisites. It is recommended that you take Math 53 concurrently. Administrative Issues: Any and all administrative issues should be addressed directly to the Head GSI, Austin Hedeman, at [email protected] He is handling all administrative aspects of the course. Texts: D. C. Giancoli, Physics for Scientists and Engineers , Volume 2 (custom edition for the University of California, Berkeley), 4th edition. We will cover chapters 17 through 30, including most sections marked “Optional.” You will be expected to read those sections of the book relevant to a given lecture before class. This is a required text. 7B Workbook , which will be packaged with Giancoli at the student bookstore. These will be used in section and are required . The workbook and Giancoli, along with Mastering Physics, are being sold as one unit. If you are unsure if you are staying in the class and want to wait to purchase this package, please see the website. All materials, including worksheets and the homework problems, will be online for the first two weeks.
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