We seek to harmonize the use of physics knowledge through experimental and major subjects,
with a deep understanding of the basic and core principles of physics..
Our department cultivates physics knowledge by providing a broad and systematic curriculum to undergraduate students.
In addition to the basic knowledge of physics, we will consider the core physics methodology and mindset behind it.
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교과목명  학정번호  교과내용 

Physics Lab(A1)  PHY2105  Being a byproduct of advances in physics, modern electronics is essential part of all physics experiments. In this course, students will learn about working principles, circuit design and applications of electronic devices with emphasis on gaining the practical aspects. Upon completing this course, one can gain better understanding of electronic devices, as well as the ability to do simple repair and troubleshooting of electronic devices. The two semester courses will cover analog circuits in the first semester, and digital circuits in the second.
선수추천과목 : 일반물리학 및 실험(1), (2) 
Quantum Mechanics(1), (2)  PHY3101, 3102  To understand and learn modern concepts of quantum mechanics:  Wave function and its physical interpretation  the Schrodinger wave equation ; onedimensional systems  Mathematical Aspects on Quantum Mechanics  QM in three dimensions ; Rotations and angular momentum
선수추천과목 : 일반역학(1), (2), 고등미적분학(1), (2) 
Electromagnetism(1), (2)  PHY3103, 3104  Understand the basic phenomena of electricity and magnetism and learn how to express them by using mathematics. Learn the Maxwell`s equations and their meaning.
선수추천과목 : 일반물리학 및 실험(1), (2), 고등미적분학(1), (2) 
Statistical Physics  PHY3106  This course will present an introduction to an equilibrium statistical mechanics. Topics include thermodynamics, Helmholtz free energy, and quantum ideal gas.
선수추천과목 : 일반물리학 및 실험(1), (2), 양자역학(1), 열물리학 
Physics Lab(B1)  PHY3107  Selected experiment from most influential topics in Physics are to be repeated by the students. Usually one experiment per week. Evaluation is reflecting the followings: Experiment plan, result report, and 1:1 lab test.
선수추천과목 : 일반물리학 및 실험(1), (2) 
Mechanics(1), (2)  PHY3110, 3111  Learn Newton`s law and its application with thorough expression of mathematics.
선수추천과목 : 일반물리학 및 실험(1), (2), 미적분학(1), (2) 
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Modern Physics(1), (2)  PHY2103, 2104  The goal of this lecture is to help you understand a broad background of modern physics for the more advanced studies of physical science or engineering.
선수추천과목 : 일반물리학 및 실험(1), (2) 
Physics Lab(A2)  PHY2106  This course will cover digital electronics as well as the basics for programmable IC for stand alone application.
선수추천과목 : 일반물리학 및 실험(1), (2), 물리학실험(A1) 
Thermal Physics  PHY3105  This course provides basic concepts in thermal physics including heat, work, energy, entropy, free energy, engines, chemical thermodynamics, and Boltzmann statistics.
선수추천과목 : 일반물리학 및 실험(1), (2) 
Physics Lab(B2)  PHY3108  In this course, several experiments are performed at several laboratories of physics professors. Detailed experimental list will be announced at the first class.
선수추천과목 : 일반물리학 및 실험(1), (2), 물리학실험(B1) 
Computational Physics  PHY3109  The laws of nature are expressed as differential equations. Scientists and engineers must know how to model the world in terms of differential equations, and how to solve those equations and interpret the solutions. We will cover basic principles of numerical methods to solve differential equations. 
Solid State Physics(1), (2)  PHY4101, 4102  This course serves as an introductory course to solid state physics, mainly covering crystal structure, lattice vibration, free electron theory in metals, the concept of band theory, electron transport in metal and semiconducting materials.
선수추천과목 : 양자역학(1), (2), 전자기학(1), (2) 
Semiconductor Device Physics  PHY4107  The fundamental principles and general manufacturing process of flat panel displays such as TFTLCD, AMOLED and PDP will be discussed as well as the materials and parts involved in them. 
Introduction to Particle Physics  PHY4109  1) We aim to introduce you the most advanced physics, "Particle Physics", and review theoretical and experimental particle physics. 2) What are the fundamental particles and interactions among them in Universe? 3) There will be no exam, but you have to write an essay in English on your subject of interest. A few simple quizes, too. 4) You do well, then you get A or B. Not well, then F. 선수추천과목 : 양자역학(1), (2) 
Introduction to Nuclear Physics  PHY4113  Introduction to Nuclear Physics in the context of elementary particle physics.
선수추천과목 : 양자역학(1), (2) 
Optics (1), (2)  PHY4115, 4116  Basic concepts on geometrical optics, including lenses, prisms, Gaussian image formation, paraxial image formation, ray tracing, and abberations are introduced. The student`s academic work is evaluated based on the test scores of midterm examination (40%), final examination (40%), and homework (20%). 
Advanced Quantum Mechanics  PHY4117  We will discuss relativistic description of quantum mechanics and some introdoctory level field theory.
선수추천과목 : 양자역학(1), (2) 
Mathematical Physics(1), (2)  PHY4205, 4206  We learn basic mathematical concepts and methods used in physics. We will cover vector analysis, tensors, differential forms, linear algebra in quantum physics, and possibly differential equations.
선수추천과목 : 고등미적분학(1), (2) 
Bio Physics  PHY4207  The topic of this course includes structrues of proteins, nucleodies, and membranes; electreostatics and hydration; chemical equilibrium; binding affinity and kinetics; hydrodynamics and transport; cellular mechamics and motions; biophysical techniques. The evaluation is based on midterm exam (40%), final exam (40%) and homework (20%). 
Introduction to General Relativity  PHY4208  General Theory of Relativity by Einstein is famous, but nortorious for the challenges in understanding the contents. It requires knowledges of special relativity, advanced calculus, and the basics of mechanics. We will start from special relativity, generalize the theory within the context of least action principle, and get Einstein field equation from the extended action. For the simplest situation, Schwarzschild metric is obtained as the solution of the field equation, and analysis of the solution is made. When time permits, advanced topics will be discussed. 