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Unformatted text preview: PHY 108 General Physics 2 Venue: NSC 201 on Tu., Th. at 12:30 1:45 PM Instructors Name/Coordinates 1 Name: Avto Kharchilava (Ph.D. in High Energy Physics) Office: 339 Fronczak Hall Telephone: 645-6251 E-mail: avto@buffalo.edu Office Hours: Mon., Tue. at 2:10 3:10 PM Textbook Halliday, Resnick, and Walker, Fundamentals of Physics , 9 th edition, volume 2 for Buffalo (with WileyPLUS for online homework and iclicker for in class quizzes); see syllabus for various options Prerequisite PHY 107: Fundamentals of Physics , calculus based 2 Course home page (including syllabus) http://ublearns.buffalo.edu Note: If you cannot access the course webpage send e-mail to the course secretary, Lars Schweidenback <ls54@buffalo.edu> , indicating your: full name, UB ID and UB e-mail address . He can then add you to the students list What is PHY 108 About ? In PHY 108 we study elctromagnetism the combination of electric and magnetic phenomena You will learn fundamentals of Electric charge and current Electric and magnetic fields 3 Circuits Electromagnetic oscillations Maxwells equations This physics is the basis of the natural world It is at the root of the modern technology, e.g. any gadget one can think of Motivation Need PHY108 to become a good engineer, scientist, doctor, etc. 4 This stuff is interesting ! Recipe for PHY 108 1. Study hard (use your score in test 1 as a gauge) 2. Come to class, do quizzes 5 3. Do the homework (and more) 4. Do not stay behind 5. If you have questions get them answered 6. If you have a problem tell me about it Credit Map for PHY 108 Highest midterm score: 20 % Next midterm score: 15 % owest midterm score: 0 % 6 Lowest midterm score: 10 % Final exam score: 30 % Homework score: 15 % Classroom quizzes: 10 % Schedule of recitation sessions (Available at UBLearns; starting this week already) Course Instructor Day/time Location PHY108B lecture Dr. A. Kharchilava TuTh: 12:30 - 1:45 PM NSC 201 PHY 108 B1 recitation B. Keen M @ 12 - 12:50 O'Brian 214 PHY 108 B2 recitation C. Beynis Tu @ 8:30 - 9:20 NSC 215 7 PHY 108 B3 recitation L. Schweidenback Tu @ 3:30 - 4:20 Talbert 111 PHY 108 B4 recitation C. Beynis W @ 4 - 4:50 Talbert 113 PHY 108 B5 recitation C. Beynis Th @ 8:30 - 9:20 NSC 228 PHY 108 B6 recitation L. Schweidenback Th @ 11 - 11:50 Talbert 115 PHY 108 B7 recitation S.Singh F @ 11 - 11:50 NSC 222 Secretary: Lars Schweidenback <ls54@buffalo.edu> See UBLearns for TA contact information, office hours, and other details Online Homework WileyPLUS online homework website at: http://edugen.wileyplus.com/edugen/class/cls22480/ Make use of solutions/hints given in tudent Solutions Manual ( SM Web ( WW 8- Student Solutions Manual ( SSM ), Web ( WWW )- Interactive LearningWare ( ILW ) and Tutoring ( GO ) A tutorial is available at WileyPLUS, e.g. how to register, access various course materials, get help, etc....
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