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Phys 122_Hu_ S10_ Course Information_v2

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Updated Announcements: Jan 25: No lab or section this week. Meeting place for lecture is PHY 1410, time and places for sections go by what is listed in Testudo. TA’s name and email entered. University of Maryland, College Park. Department of Physics, Spring 2010, Prof. B. L. Hu Physics 122 : Fundamentals of Physics II Course Description Physics 122 is the second part of a two-semester introductory physics non-calculus based course designed primarily for bioscience students. The major themes described in this course are Waves and Optics, Electricity and Magnetism, Quantum and Atomic Physics. Prerequisites: Physics 121. Proficiency in algebra and trigonometry, plus essentials of vector algebra. Calculus is NOT required. Laboratory: 10 experiments. You cannot pass this course unless you do every one and submit a report. See below. Textbook : College Physics – A Strategic Approach by Knight, Jones, Field, Second Edition (Pearson Addison-Wesley 2010). Course Information The course will stress both a conceptual understanding of physical phenomena and develop quantitative skills towards problem solving. This is accomplished by the three parts -- Lecture , Recitation/Tutorial and Lab. The course web page, http://www.physics.umd.edu/courses/Phys122/Hu/Phys%20122_Hu_ %20S10_%20Course%20Information.htm, contains additional information along with links that you will need during the semester. Important announcements regarding exams, changes to the schedule or other items will be posted there. Please check the course web page regularly for updated information and last minute announcements . All five sections attend the same lecture by Prof. B. L. Hu TuTh. ..... 12:30pm- 1:45pm ( PHY 1410) Lecturer: Professor B. L. Hu
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Office: 4209 Physics Bldg Phone: 301 405 6029, E-mail: [email protected] , [email protected] (I read this acct more often, esp during travels) Office Hours: Tu 2-3pm, or by appointments (e.g, Mon 2-3 after JQI seminars, or Thur 4-5, except for days of faculty meetings) Teaching Assistants : Mikheil Azatov [email protected] Guilherme A.P. Miranda , PhD Candidate, Office: 3109 John S. Toll Physics Building. Tel: 301 405 6190 Email: [email protected] ; Tentative Office hour: Wed, Fri @ 11-12 noon; Tu @ 2pm Matt Severson <[email protected]> 0201(57271) Tu. ....... 10:00am-11:50am ( PHY 3312) Lab Tu. ....... 9:00am- 9:50am ( PHY 3301) Dis 0202(57272) W......... 4:00pm- 5:50pm ( PHY 3312) Lab W......... 3:00pm- 3:50pm ( PHY 3301) Dis 0203(57273) M......... 4:00pm- 5:50pm ( PHY 3312) Lab M......... 3:00pm- 3:50pm ( PHY 3301) Dis 0204(57274) W......... 9:00am-10:50am ( PHY 3312) Lab W......... 8:00am- 8:50am ( PHY 3301) Dis 0205(57275) Th. ....... 4:00pm- 5:50pm ( PHY 3312) Lab Th. ....... 3:00pm- 3:50pm ( PHY 3301) Dis Organizational Details: Lecture : Attending the lectures, studying the text and working out the problems are necessary components to understand the course materials and gain proficiency. The lectures will consist of explanation of concepts and derivations, worked-out
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