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[PHY2001] Classical Mechanics Ⅰ |
Newtonian mechanics, motion of one-body system, motion of a system of particles,rigid bodies, gravitation. |

[PHY2002] Exercise for Classical Mechanics1 |
This course is designed to strengthen students' ability to solve exercise problems with new concepts learned in Classical Mechanics 1. They will learn mathematical techniques, methodologies of solving physics problems. Students who take Classical Mechanics 1 are strongly recommended to take this course at the same time. |

[PHY2003] Classical Mechanics Ⅱ |
Moving coordinate systems, mechanics of continuous media, rotation of a rigid body, special theory of relativity. |

[PHY2004] Basic Physics Laboratory Ⅰ |
Experimental studies in mechanics, optics, waves, thermodynamics and modern physics : linear motion, rotational motion, forced oscillation, coupled oscilla-tion, interference, diffraction, polarization, geometrical optics, specific heatratio, thermal conductivity, e/m, photo-electric effect, electron diffraction, Hall effect. |

[PHY2005] Basic Physics Laboratory Ⅱ |
Experimental studies in mechanics, optics, waves, thermodynamics and modern physics : linear motion, rotational motion, forced oscillation, coupled oscillation, interference, diffraction, polarization, geometrical optics, specific heat ratio, thermal conductivity, e/m, photo-electric effect, electron diffraction, hall effect. |

[PHY2006] Mathematical Physics Ⅰ |
Vector and tensor analysis, coordinate system matrices, infinite series. |

[PHY2007] Mathematical Physics Ⅱ |
Functions of a complex variable differential equations, Green's function, Fourier series and Fourier transform, special functions. |

[PHY2008] Modern Physics |
Wave nature of matter, introductory quantum mechanics, hydrogen atom, atomic physics, condensed matter, nuclear physics, particle physics. |

[PHY2010] Electromagnetism Ⅰ |
Electrostatics, electrostatic field in dielectric media, electric current, magnetic field of steady currents electromagnetic induction. |

[PHY2011] Exercise for Electricity and Magnetism 1 |
This course is designed to strengthen students' ability to solve exercise problems with new concepts learned in Electricity and Magnetism 1. They will learn mathematical techniques, methodologies of solving physics problems. Students who take Electricity and Magnetism 1 are strongly recommended to take this course at the same time. |

[PHY2012] Electromagnetism Ⅱ |
Magnetic properties of matter, slowly varying currents, Maxwell's equations and their applications, electrodynamics. |

[PHY2013] Physics of Electronic Circuit |
Electronic circuit is an important part in all physics-related experiments. Both understanding how an electronic circuit works and ability of designing a circuit with desired features are essential for the success of any experiment. In this course, we begin with basic properties of simple dc and ac circuits and then move on to discuss diode circuits and physical properties of key semiconductor devices. Based on these knowledges, we study transistor amplifier, amp. circuit and characteristics of OP Amp in detail. |

[PHY2014] Quantum Mechanics Ⅰ |
Limits of classical physics, wave packets, Schroedinger wave equation, one-dimensional potentials, many-particle system, angular momentum, radial equation,hydrogen atom. |

[PHY2015] Practice on Quantum Mechanics Ⅰ |
This course is designed to strengthen students' ability to solve exercise problems with new concepts learned in Quantum Mechanics 1. They will learn mathematical techniques, methodologies of solving physics problems. Students who take Quantum Mechanics 1 are strongly recommended to take this course at the same time. |

[PHY2016] Electronic Physics Laboratory Ⅰ |
Learn how to use electronic equipments such as multimeters and oscilloscopes and perform experiments with simple circuits to see how the basic principles of electromagnetism are applied to the circuits. |

[PHY2017] Exercise for Electricity and Magnetism 2 |
This course is designed to strengthen students' ability to solve exercise problems with new concepts learned in Electricity and Magnetism 2. They will learn mathematical techniques, methodologies of solving physics problems. Students who take Electricity and Magnetism 2 are strongly recommended to take this course at the same time. |

[PHY2018] Exercise for Mathematical Physics Ⅰ |
This course is designed to strengthen students' ability to solve exercise problems with new concepts learned in Mathematical Physics Ⅰ. They will learn mathematical techniques, methodologies of solving physics problems. Students who take Mathematical Physics Ⅰ are strongly recommended to take this course at the same time. |

[PHY2019] Exercise for Mathematical Physics 2 |
This course is designed to strengthen students' ability to solve exercise problems with new concepts learned in Mathematical Physics Ⅱ. They will learn mathematical techniques, methodologies of solving physics problems. Students who take Mathematical Physics Ⅱ are strongly recommended to take this course at the same time. |

[PHY2020] Exercise for Quantum Mechanics 2 |
This course is designed to strengthen students' ability to solve exercise problems with new concepts learned in Quantum Mechanics 2. They will learn mathematical techniques, methodologies of solving physics problems. Students who take Quantum Mechanics 2 are strongly recommended to take this course at the same time. |

[PHY2021] Exercise for Classical Mechanics 2 |
This course is designed to strengthen students' ability to solve exercise problems with new concepts learned in Classical Mechanics 2. They will learn mathematical techniques, methodologies of solving physics problems. Students who take Classical Mechanics 2 are strongly recommended to take this course at the same time. |

[PHY2023] Thermal and Statistical Physics Ⅰ |
Thermodynamic laws and their applications, heat engines and refrigerators, equilibrium between phases, elementary kinetic theory. |

[PHY2024] Practice on Thermal and Statistical Physics Ⅰ |
This course is designed to strengthen students' ability to solve exercise problems with new concepts learned in Thermodynamics. They will learn mathematical techniques, methodologies of solving physics problems. Students who take Thermodynamics are strongly recommended to take this course at the same time. |

[PHY3001] Quantum Mechanics Ⅱ |
Perturbation theory, real hydrogen atom, electromagnetic field, collision theory. |

[PHY3002] Electronic Physics Laboratory Ⅱ |
Acoustic free field experiment, X-ray diffraction (XRD) experiment, super-conductor AC susceptibility measurement, optics in solid, underwater sound propagation experiment. |

[PHY3004] Optics |
Wave motion, geometrical optics, physical optics, laser. |

[PHY3005] Quantum Optics |
Black-body radiation, quantum nature of light, energy-momentum relation of photons(on-shell or off-shell), the spontaneous transition of atomic states in relation to LASER and non-linear optics will be discussed. |

[PHY3007] Advanced Physics Laboratory Ⅰ |
Statistical data processing, waveguide experiment, magnetic moment measurement, physical properties of superconductor, michelson interforometer. |

[PHY3008] Advanced Physics Laboratory Ⅱ |
Acoustic free field experiment, X-ray diffraction (XRD) experiment, super-conductor AC susceptibility measurement, optics in solid, underwater sound propagation experiment. |

[PHY3009] Computational Physics |
The topics include numerical methods for solving differential equations, matrix equations, boundary value problems, and Monte Carlo simulation. |

[PHY3010] Solid State Physics |
Modern theories of crystalline structure, specific heat, dielectric properties, conduction, semiconductors, electron emission, and magnetism. |

[PHY3011] Semiconductors and displays |
In semiconductors and displays, after understanding basics physical properties of semiconductors, fundamentals of working principles of semiconductor devices are studied. |

[PHY3012] Acoustics |
Acoustic wave equation, acoustic properties of fluids, plane, cylindrical and spherical waves, reflection and transmission at boundaries, propagation, transducer arrays. |

[PHY3013] Introduction of Nanophysics |
This lecture describes the basic physical and chemical properties which are prerequisite for understanding the new phenomena in nanoscience and nanotechnology. the details can be ⅰ)definition of nanoscience ⅱ)new physical properties in nanoscience ⅲ)nanomaterials ⅳ)measurement tools |

[PHY3014] Applied Physics |
Learn physics of semiconductors, superconductors, dielectric materials and magnetic materials and study principles of electronic devices made of these materials. |

[PHY3015] Particle Physics |
A survey of elementary particles which make up matter(or anti-matter) in the universe and interactions between them will be given. The trend of researches in the field of particle physics will be discussed. |

[PHY3016] Nuclear Physics |
Nuclear force, deuteron, nucleon-nucleon scattering, nuclear shape and mass, shell model, and collective motion will be discussed. |

[PHY3019] Special Topics in Physics Ⅰ |
Topics selected in newly developed physical theories and experiments. |

[PHY3020] Special Topics in Physics Ⅱ |
The students are introduced to the current and frontier topics in various subfields of physics. |

[PHY3021] Theory of Science Education |
In this lecure, fundamental theories on education of science and various methods on science curriculums for secondary school will be treated. |

[PHY3022] 물리교육론 |
물리학과 졸업 후 중등학교 과학과목 또는 물리학 과목 교사를 지망하는 학생들에게 물리학을 효과적으로 교육하기 위한 방법을 가르치기 위한 과목이다. 수업 진행 방법, 물리학에 대한 흥미를 유발시키는 방법, 자연법칙을 알기 쉽게 가르치는 방법 등을 개발하고 생각해 보도록 하는 과목이다. |

[PHY3023] Wave Physics |
Materials to be covered include oscillations of mechanical and electrical systems, waves on streched strings, electromagnetic waves, wave mechanics, optics, and nonlinear waves. |

[PHY3024] Theory of Relativity |
The subject `Theory of Relativity' deals mainly with Special Relativity and then partly with General Relativity. Topics in Special Relativity include basic concepts of Principles of Relativity, Simultaneity, Covariance in the beginning, and then explain Time Dilation, Length Contraction, and Mass-Energy Equivalence. We apply those to various mechanical and electromagnetic systems. In General Relativity, we firstly teach from Equivalence Principle to Einstein equation, and then explain briefly a few topics, e.g., Black Hole and Big Bang Cosmology. |

[PHY3025] Astrophysics |
early universe, matter composition of the universe, big bang nucleosynthesis, gravitation contraction, star formation, nuclear reactions in stars, mass of stars, stellar evolution, neutron stars, supernovae, black holes, galaxy formation, cosmic rays, observatory cosmology |

[PHY3026] 물리학연구 |
학부 학생들에게 물리학 연구 경험을 갖게 하기 위해 개설되는 과목으로써, 수강학생 들로 하여금 희망하는 연구실에서 한학기 동안 새로운 연구과제를 맡거나 또는 진행중인 연구과제의 수행에 참여하여 연구를 수행하게 하고 그 결과를 논문으로 작성 제출 토록 한다. |

[PHY3027] Frontiers in Physics |
developed in a tremendously rapid speed, and several fields are opened in a revolutionary fashion. All the contents of the modern physics cannot be taught in a one-semester course. General, basic materials are taught in "Modern Physics" course, and detailed developments are dealt with in this "Frontier Topics in Physics" course. |

[PHY3029] Quantum Mechanics Ⅲ |
By applying physical ideas and methods of quantum mechanics, we understand and solve fundamental problems in various fields of physics. |

[PHY3030] Senior Thesis |
This is an individual study course for bachelor's degree students who have finished the course requirements. This course is designed for giving credits to the students for their research works and writing their thesis. |

[PHY3031] Thermal and Statistical PhysicsⅡ |
Statical description of systems ; statistical thermodynamics, microcanonical, canonical and grand canonical ensembles, quantum statistics, blackbody radiation, electronics in metals, transport processes. |

[PHY3032] Practice on Thermal and Statistical PhysicsⅡ |
Staticaldescriptionofsystems;statisticalthermodynamics,microcanonical, canonical and grand canonical ensembles, quantum statistics, blackbody radiation, electronics in metals, transport processes. |

[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. |