Physics Department Teaching (2020-2021)

Course No. Course Title Instructor Term
PHYS 040 Expanding Ideas of Time and Space Meg Urry Fall
PHYS 050 Science of Modern Technology & Public Policy Daniel Prober Fall
PHYS 151 Multivariable Calculus for Engineers Vidvuds Ozolins Fall
PHYS 165L General Physics Laboratory

Sidney Cahn
Sean Barrett
Mehdi Ghiassi-Nejad

Fall
PHYS 170 University Physics: Life Sciences Simon Mochrie
Alison Sweeney
Fall
PHYS 180 (2 sections) University Physics Adriane Steinacker Fall
PHYS 200 Fundamentals of Physics Paul Tipton
Peter Schiffer
Fall
PHYS 205L Modern Physical Measurement Reina Maruyama
Stephen Irons
Mehdi Ghiassi-Nejad
Helen Caines
Fall
PHYS 206L Modern Physical Measurement Daisuke Nagai Fall
PHYS 260 Intensive Introductory Physics Jack Harris Fall
PHYS 293 Einstein and the Birth of Modern Physics Douglas Stone Fall
PHYS 295 Research Methods: Astrophysics Marla Geha Fall
PHYS 301 Introduction to Mathematical Methods of Physics Vincent Moncrief Fall
PHYS 320 Science & Public Policy Bonnie Fleming
Sarah Demers
Fall
PHYS 353 Introduction to Biomechanics Michael Murrell Fall
PHYS 401 Advanced Classical Physics Nikhil Padamanabhan Fall
PHYS 410 Classical Mechanics Keith Baker Fall
PHYS 412 Special Relativity Witold Skiba Fall
PHYS 420 Thermodynamics & Statistical Mechanics Meng Cheng Fall
PHYS 428 Science of Complex Systems Jun Korenaga Fall
PHYS 439/PHYS 539 Basic Quantum Mechanics Peter Rakich Fall
PHYS 441 Quantum Mechanics & Natural Phenomena R. Shankar Fall
PHYS 448/PHYS 548 Solid State Physics  Yu He Fall
PHYS 458/PHYS 675 Principles of Optics with Applications Hui Cao Fall
PHYS 460/PHYS 506 Mathematical Methods of Physics Nicholas Read Fall
PHYS 469 Independent Research in Physics Charles Baltay Fall
PHYS 471 Independent Projects in Physics Charles Baltay Fall
PHYS 500 Advanced Classical Mechanics Yoram Alhassid Fall
PHYS 508 Quantum Mechanics I Walter Goldberger Fall
PHYS 515 Topics in Modern Physics Research Eduardo da Silva Neto Fall
PHYS 524 Introduction to Nuclear Physics David Moore Fall
PHYS 530
Theory & Practice Scientific Teaching for Physical Scientists
   
PHYS 590 Responsible Research for the Physical Scientist Karsten Heeger
Rona Ramos
Fall
PHYS 600 Cosmology Laura Newburgh Fall
PHYS 609 Relativistic Field Theory I Thomas Appelquist Fall
PHYS 628 Statistical Physics II Benjamin Machta Fall
PHYS 632 Quantum Many Body Theory Leonid Glazman Fall
PHYS 650 Theory of Solids Sohrab Ismail-Beigi Fall
PHYS 669 Relativistic Field Theory III David Poland Fall
PHYS 677 Noise, Dissipation, Amplification, and Information Michel Devoret Fall
PHYS 762L Laboratory Instruction Design & Mechanical Arts Kurt Zilm
David Johnson
Fall
PHYS 816 Techniques in Microwave Measurement Robert Schoelkopf Fall
PHYS 991 Integrated Workshop Corey O’Hern Fall
PHYS 050 Science of Modern Technology & Public Policy Daniel Prober Spring
PHYS 099 Introduction to Research Methods in Physics and Biology Simon Mochrie
Megan King
Andrew Miranker
Corey O’Hern
Spring
PHYS 100 Energy Technology and Society Daniel Prober Spring
PHYS 107 Being Human in STEM Rona Ramos
Mark Hochstrasser
Spring
PHYS 120 Quantum Physics and Beyond Helen Caines Spring
PHYS 151 Multivariable Calculus for Engineers Beth Anne Bennett Spring
PHYS 166L General Physics Laboratory Sean Barrett
Sidney Cahn
Meg Urry
Mehdi Ghiassi-Nejad
Eduardo da Silva Neto
Spring
PHYS 171  University Physics: Life Sciences Daisuke Nagai
Simon Mochrie
Spring
PHYS 180 University Physics Mehdi Ghiassi-Nejad Spring
PHYS 181 (2 sections) University Physics Adriane Steinacker Spring
PHYS 201 Fundamentals of Physics Peter Schiffer
Paul Tipton
Spring
PHYS 205L/PHYS 206L Modern Physical Measurement Reina Maruyama
Stephen Irons
Bonnie Fleming
Steven Konezny
Spring
PHYS 261 Intensive Introductory Physics Jack Harris Spring
PHYS 337 Cinema and Physics: When the Birth of Cinema and the Scientific Revolution Met Francesco Casetti
Michel Devoret
Spring
PHYS 341/PHYS 523 Biological Physics Ben Machta Spring
PHYS 343 Gravity, Astrophysics & Cosmology Daisuke Nagai Spring
PHYS 345 Introduction to Quantum Information Processing and Communication Steven Girvin Spring
PHYS 382L Advanced Physics Laboratory Steve Lamoreaux
Laura Newburgh
Sidney Cahn
Spring
PHYS 402 Advanced Classical Physics Nikhil Padmanabhan Spring
PHYS 430 Electromagnetic Fields & Optics David Moore Spring
PHYS 440 Quantum Mechanics & Natural Phenomena I R. Shankar Spring
PHYS 442 Introduction to Nuclear & Elementary Particle Physics Keith Baker Spring
PHYS 449/PHYS 549 Solid-State Physics II Vidvuds Ozolins Spring
PHYS 470 Introduction to Independent Projects in Physics Charles Baltay Spring
PHYS 472 Independent Projects in Physics Charles Baltay Spring
PHYS 502 Electromagnetic Theory I A. Douglas Stone Spring
PHYS 504 Modern Physics Measurements Steve Lamoreaux
Laura Newburgh
Sidney Cahn
Spring
PHYS 512 Statistical Physics Yoram Alhassid Spring
PHYS 517 Methods & Logic in Interdisciplinary Research Corey O’Hern Spring
PHYS 526 Introduction to Particle Physics Sarah Demers Spring
PHYS 530 Theory & Practice Scientific Teaching for Physical Scientists Rona Ramos Spring
PHYS 538 Introduction to Relativisitic Astronomy & Relativity Walter Goldberger Spring
PHYS 562 Dynamical Systems in Biology Joe Howard Spring
PHYS 570 High-Energy Astrophysics Paolo Coppi Spring
PHYS 590 Responsible Research for the Physical Scientist Karsten Heeger
Rona Ramos
Spring
PHYS 608 Quantum Mechanics II Meng Cheng Spring
PHYS 610 Quantum Many-Body Theory Leonid Glazman Spring
PHYS 624 Group Theory Witold Skiba Spring
PHYS 630 Relativisity Field Theory II David Poland Spring
PHYS 762 Lab Instruction Design & Mechanical Arts Kurt Zilm
David Johnson
Spring