#### Spring 2019

**PHY 344/644, Quantum Physics**: (3h) Basic quantum theory and applications including the time-independent Schrödinger equation, formalism and Dirac notation, the hydrogen atom, spin, identical particles, and approximation methods. P—PHY 343. (D)

MWF 9:00am—9:50am, 107 Olin Physical Laboratory, Sakai.**PHY 363/663, Condensed Matter Seminar**: (1h) Seminal and current publications in condensed matter physics are studied. Each week a member of the class makes an oral presentation on a chosen publication and leads the ensuing discussion. Does not fulfill course requirements for Master’s or PhD degrees. Time and place TBA.

#### Fall 2018

**PHY 752, Solid State Physics**: (3h) Introductory course including the structure of perfect crystalline solids, their thermal electronic properties, the free electron and band theory of metals, imperfect crystals, transport properties, and semiconductors.

TR 9:30am—10:45am, 107 Olin Physical Laboratory, Sakai.**PHY 363/663, Condensed Matter Seminar**: (1h) Seminal and current publications in condensed matter physics are studied. Each week a member of the class makes an oral presentation on a chosen publication and leads the ensuing discussion. Does not fulfill course requirements for Master’s or PhD degrees. Time and place TBA.

#### Spring 2018

**PHY 344/644, Quantum Physics**: (3h) Basic quantum theory and applications including the time-independent Schrödinger equation, formalism and Dirac notation, the hydrogen atom, spin, identical particles, and approximation methods. P—PHY 343. (D)

MWF 9:00am—9:50am, 107 Olin Physical Laboratory, Sakai.**PHY 363/663, Condensed Matter Seminar**: (1h) Seminal and current publications in condensed matter physics are studied. Each week a member of the class makes an oral presentation on a chosen publication and leads the ensuing discussion. Does not fulfill course requirements for Master’s or PhD degrees. Time and place TBA.

#### Fall 2017

**PHY 789, Survival Skills for Scientists**: (1h) Students will learn skills that are essential to a successful career in the sciences. The following topics will be covered: Mentoring; How to Read, Write, and Review a Research Paper; Grant & Fellowship Basics; Choosing a Career Path & Creating a Winning Job Application; and Networking & Giving Effective Talks. Time and place TBA.**PHY 363/663, Condensed Matter Seminar**: (1h) Seminal and current publications in condensed matter physics are studied. Each week a member of the class makes an oral presentation on a chosen publication and leads the ensuing discussion. Does not fulfill course requirements for Master’s or PhD degrees. Time and place TBA.

#### Spring 2016

**PHY 344/644, Quantum Physics**: (3h) Basic quantum theory and applications including the time-independent Schrödinger equation, formalism and Dirac notation, the hydrogen atom, spin, identical particles, and approximation methods. P—PHY 343. (D)

MWF 9:00am—9:50am, 107 Olin Physical Laboratory, Sakai.**PHY 363/663, Condensed Matter Seminar**: (1h) Seminal and current publications in condensed matter physics are studied. Each week a member of the class makes an oral presentation on a chosen publication and leads the ensuing discussion. Does not fulfill course requirements for Master’s or PhD degrees. Time and place TBA.

#### Fall 2015

**PHY 114, General Physics II**, Section B: (4h) Essentials of electricity, magnetism, optics, and modern physics treated with some calculus. Recommended for science, mathematics, and premedical students. Lab—two hours. P—MTH 111 or 112 or equivalent and PHY 111 or 113. (D, QR)

TR 9:30:00am—10:45am, 101 Olin Physical Laboratory, Sakai.**PHY 789, Survival Skills for Scientists**: (1h) Students will learn skills that are essential to a successful career in the sciences. The following topics will be covered: Mentoring; How to Read, Write, and Review a Research Paper; Grant & Fellowship Basics; Choosing a Career Path & Creating a Winning Job Application; and Networking & Giving Effective Talks. Time and place TBA.**PHY 363/663, Condensed Matter Seminar**: (1h) Seminal and current publications in condensed matter physics are studied. Each week a member of the class makes an oral presentation on a chosen publication and leads the ensuing discussion. Does not fulfill course requirements for Master’s or PhD degrees. Time and place TBA.

#### Spring 2015

**PHY 113, General Physics I**, Section A: (4h) Essentials of mechanics, wave motion, heat, and sound treated with some use of calculus. Recommended for science, mathematics, and premedical students. Credit allowed for either 111 or 113, but not both. Lab—two hours. C—MTH 111 or 112 or equivalent. (D, QR)

This class is taught at the Flow House in Vienna, Sakai.**PHY 114, General Physics II**, Section A: (4h) Essentials of electricity, magnetism, optics, and modern physics treated with some calculus. Recommended for science, mathematics, and premedical students. Lab—two hours. P—MTH 111 or 112 or equivalent and PHY 111 or 113. (D, QR)

This class is taught at the Flow House in Vienna, Sakai.

#### Fall 2014

**PHY 113, General Physics I**, Section C: (4h) Essentials of mechanics, wave motion, heat, and sound treated with some use of calculus. Recommended for science, mathematics, and premedical students. Credit allowed for either 111 or 113, but not both. Lab—two hours. C—MTH 111 or 112 or equivalent. (D, QR)

TR 12:30pm—1:45pm, 101 Olin Physical Laboratory, Sakai.**PHY 363/663, Condensed Matter Seminar**: (1h) Seminal and current publications in condensed matter physics are studied. Each week a member of the class makes an oral presentation on a chosen publication and leads the ensuing discussion. Does not fulfill course requirements for Master’s or PhD degrees. Time and place TBA.

#### Spring 2014

**PHY 344/644, Quantum Physics**: (3h) Basic quantum theory and applications including the time-independent Schrödinger equation, formalism and Dirac notation, the hydrogen atom, spin, identical particles, and approximation methods. P—PHY 343. (D)

MWF 9:00am—9:50am, 107 Olin Physical Laboratory, Sakai.**PHY 363/663, Condensed Matter Seminar**: (1h) Seminal and current publications in condensed matter physics are studied. Each week a member of the class makes an oral presentation on a chosen publication and leads the ensuing discussion. Does not fulfill course requirements for Master’s or PhD degrees. Time and place TBA.

#### Spring 2013

**PHY 344/644, Quantum Physics**: (3h) Basic quantum theory and applications including the time-independent Schrödinger equation, formalism and Dirac notation, the hydrogen atom, spin, identical particles, and approximation methods. P—PHY 343. (D)

MWF 2:00pm—2:50pm, 103 Olin Physical Laboratory, Sakai.**PHY 752, Solid State Physics**: (3h) Introductory course including the structure of perfect crystalline solids, their thermal electronic properties, the free electron and band theory of metals, imperfect crystals, transport properties, and semiconductors.

MFW 9:00am—9:50am, 107 Olin Physical Laboratory, Sakai.**PHY 363/663, Condensed Matter Seminar**: (1h) Seminal and current publications in condensed matter physics are studied. Each week a member of the class makes an oral presentation on a chosen publication and leads the ensuing discussion. Does not fulfill course requirements for Master’s or PhD degrees. Time and place TBA.

#### Fall 2012

**PHY 113, General Physics I**, Section B: (4h) Essentials of mechanics, wave motion, heat, and sound treated with some use of calculus. Recommended for science, mathematics, and premedical students. Credit allowed for either 111 or 113, but not both. Lab—two hours. C—MTH 111 or 112 or equivalent. (D, QR)

MWF 11:00am—11:50am, 101 Olin Physical Laboratory, Sakai.**PHY 363/663, Condensed Matter Seminar**: (1h) Seminal and current publications in condensed matter physics are studied. Each week a member of the class makes an oral presentation on a chosen publication and leads the ensuing discussion. Does not fulfill course requirements for Master’s or PhD degrees. Time and place TBA.

#### Spring 2012

**PHY 344/644, Quantum Physics**: (3h) Basic quantum theory and applications including the time-independent Schrödinger equation, formalism and Dirac notation, the hydrogen atom, spin, identical particles, and approximation methods. P—PHY 343. (D)

MWF 9:00am—9:50am, 107 Olin Physical Laboratory, Sakai.**PHY 363/663, Condensed Matter Seminar**: (1h) Seminal and current publications in condensed matter physics are studied. Each week a member of the class makes an oral presentation on a chosen publication and leads the ensuing discussion. Does not fulfill course requirements for Master’s or PhD degrees. Time and place TBA.

#### Fall 2011

**PHY 113, General Physics I**, Sections A and B: (4h) Essentials of mechanics, wave motion, heat, and sound treated with some use of calculus. Recommended for science, mathematics, and premedical students. Credit allowed for either 111 or 113, but not both. Lab—two hours. C—MTH 111 or 112 or equivalent. (D, QR)

(A) MWF 9:00am—9:50am, 101 Olin Physical Laboratory, Sakai.

(B) MWF 11:00am—11:50am, 101 Olin Physical Laboratory, Sakai.**PHY 363/663, Condensed Matter Seminar**: (1h) Seminal and current publications in condensed matter physics are studied. Each week a member of the class makes an oral presentation on a chosen publication and leads the ensuing discussion. Does not fulfill course requirements for Master’s or PhD degrees. Time and place TBA.

#### Fall 2010

**PHY 113, General Physics I**, Section A: (4h) Essentials of mechanics, wave motion, heat, and sound treated with some use of calculus. Recommended for science, mathematics, and premedical students. Credit allowed for either 111 or 113, but not both. Lab—two hours. C—MTH 111 or 112 or equivalent. (D, QR)

MWF 9:00am—9:50am, 101 Olin Physical Laboratory, Sakai.**PHY 114, General Physics II**, Section A: (4h) Essentials of electricity, magnetism, optics, and modern physics treated with some calculus. Recommended for science, mathematics, and premedical students. Lab—two hours. P—MTH 111 or 112 or equivalent and PHY 111 or 113. (D, QR)

MWF 10:00am—10:50am, 101 Olin Physical Laboratory, Sakai.

#### Spring 2010

**PHY 113, General Physics I**, Sections A and B: (4h) Essentials of mechanics, wave motion, heat, and sound treated with some use of calculus. Recommended for science, mathematics, and premedical students. Credit allowed for only one of 110, 111, and 113. Lab—two hours. C—MTH 111 or 112 or equivalent. (D, QR)

(A) MWF 9:00am—9:50am, 101 Olin Physical Laboratory, Sakai.

(B) TR 9:30am—10:45am, 101 Olin Physical Laboratory, Sakai.

#### Spring 2009

**PHY 114, General Physics II**, Section C: (4h) Essentials of electricity, magnetism, optics, and modern physics treated with some calculus. Recommended for science, mathematics, and premedical students. Lab—two hours. P—MTH 111 or 112 or equivalent and PHY 111 or 113. (D, QR)

MWF 10:00am—10:50am, 101 Olin Physical Laboratory, Sakai.

#### Fall 2008

**PHY 113, General Physics I**, Section A: (4h) Essentials of mechanics, wave motion, heat, and sound treated with some use of calculus. Recommended for science, mathematics, and premedical students. Credit allowed for only one of 110, 111, and 113. Lab—two hours. C—MTH 111 or 112 or equivalent. (D, QR)

MWF 9:00am—9:50am, 101 Olin Physical Laboratory, Sakai.