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구분 개설 과목명 최소 수강 과목
석사 박사 석박통합
기초필수 고전역학, 대학원 전자기학1, 대학원 양자역학1, 통계역학 4 4 4
대학원 전자기학2, 대학원 양자역학2, 논문 작성법 및 연구윤리 . 3 3
일반필수 및 공통선택 전산물리(격년개설), 고급수리물리학 , , ,
산학 및 실용과목 Co-op(물리현장실습), 시스템컴퓨터제어, 특허/영어논문작성법, 첨단기술과 산업 , , ,
전공선택 핵/입자군 양자장론1, 양자장론2, 핵물리학1, 핵물리학2, 입자 및 핵물리 실험1, 입자 및 핵물리 실험2, 우주론, 초끈이론, 입자물리학1, 입자물리학2, 일반상대성이론, 핵반응론, 천체물리학, 상대론적 양자역학, 핵구조론 , , ,
응집물리군 고체물리학1, 고체물리학2, 상전이와 임계현상, 자성체물리학, 반도체물리학, 다체계이론, 고체전자구조론, 초전도물리학, 표면물리학, 고체분광학, 저온물리학 , , ,
나노/바이오군 나노소자물리학, 나노과학기술입문, 나노물리학, 생물물리학 , , ,
물리음향군 기초음향학, 의학음향학, 물리음향학, 이론음향학, 수중음향학, 음향분석학, 비선형음향학, 음향신호처리 , , ,
연구과목 논문 연구과목 석사논문연구1, 석사논문연구2, 박사논문연구1, 박사논문연구2, 박사논문연구3 택2 택3 택4
공통 연구과목 고급물리학 세미나 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 고급물리학 특강 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 , , ,
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[PHY4001]
Classical Mechanics
This lesson considers the advanced course of Newtonian mechanics which describes the macroscopic objects. Main subjects are Newton's laws, dynamics of Lagrangian and Hamiltonian, Accelerated coordinate systems, scattering, rigid bodies, oscillations, perturbation theory and the classical field theory.
[PHY4002]
Quantum Mechanics Ⅰ
This subject studies mathematical introduction, the postulates, simple problems in one dimension, the classical limit, the harmonic oscillator, the Heisenberg uncertainty principle, rotational invariance and angular momentum, the hydrogen atom, spin, the addition of angular momenta.
[PHY4004]
Statistical Mechanics
Statistical mechanics deals thermodynamics and statistical physics at the level of graduate course. This lesson considers the following subjects: the laws of thermodynamics, transport phenomena, classical statistical mechanics, canonical ensemble, quantum statistical mechanics, fermion systems, boson systems, superfluidity, the Ising model, and phase transition.
[PHY4005]
Physics Co-op I
By experiencing how physics is applied in industries through the co-op for about two weeks, understanding of Physics is increased and students' preparation for getting jobs will be improved.
[PHY4006]
Physics Co-op II
By experiencing how physics is applied in industries through the co-op for about four weeks, understanding of Physics is increased and students' preparation for getting jobs will be improved.
[PHY4007]
Physics Co-op III
By experiencing how physics is applied in industries through the co-op for about six weeks, understanding of Physics is increased and students' preparation for getting jobs will be improved.
[PHY4008]
Physics Co-op IV
By experiencing how physics is applied in industries through the co-op for about eight weeks, understanding of Physics is increased and students' preparation for getting jobs will be improved.
[PHY4010]
Computer control of systems
We will overview the virtual instruments and data flow programming and introduce the LabVIEW environment, it’s tools and it’s features. Topics to be covered will be: The critical difference between dataflow and procedural languages Timing and sequencing in LabVIEW The three techniques for sequencing: dataflow, the sequence structure, and artificial dataflow The power of the WAIT function Local and global variables: the good, the bad, and the ugly Recognising a race condition LabVIEW data structures Using loops effectively Sub-VIs Standard approaches to structuring LabVIEW code The student will learn to use the LabVI
[PHY4011]
Seminar in Physics Ⅰ
This course is for our undergraduate students to attend departmental seminars and colloquia so that they can be exposed to the current topics in physics.
[PHY4012]
Seminar in Physics Ⅱ
This course is for our undergraduate students to attend departmental seminars and colloquia so that they can be exposed to the current topics in physics.
[PHY4013]
Electromagnetism Ⅰ
In electromagnetism 1, students learn mainly about static electromagnetism, which contains basics of electrostatics, electrostatics with boundary conditions, electostatics in matters, basics of magnetostatics, magnetostatics with boundary conditions, magnetostatics in matters, and Maxwell's equations.