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1 Course Learning Outs and Peroficiencies Course Goals Course Aim AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM Course Code and Name: PHYS 501- Advanced Quantum Mechanics I - Semester Theoretic Practice Total Department / Department of : Physics Credits ECTS Education Language Type: Compulsory/ Elective Turkish Elective Prerequisite (s) - Instructor Course Assistant - Asist.Prof.Dr. Rasim DERMEZ Mail : Mail : Groups / Classes Single group In the frame of this lesson, Quantum Mechanics I; the aim is to increase the information about quantum for master science students of physics. The course Quantum Mechanics I includes the fundamentals of quantum subjects Limits of classical Physics Wave-particle duality Heisenberg uncertainty relations, The Probabilitiy Interpretation Eigenfunctions and eigenvalues, one-dimensional potentials General structure of wave mechanics, operator methods in quantum mechanics. Practising Schrodinger wave equation for problems. Understanding the basic Fundamentals of Quantum Mechanics I course. Practising one-dimensional potantial equations for problems. Investigation the subjects of quantum in the area of Physics. Having the ability of giving examples about Quantum mechanical views for today circumstances. Understanding the differences between quantum and classical physics.

2 Assessment Criterias Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts Gasiorowicz S., Quantum Physics, John Willey & Sons, 2003 Tekin Dereli, Abdullah Verçin, Quantum Mechanics 1, METU Publications, 1998 Sakurai, J.J., Modern Quantum Mechanics, Adison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1994 Methods of Give a Lecture Theoretical Lecture, Questions and Answers If Avaible, to Sign (x) General Average Percentage (%) Rate 1. Quiz Quiz Semester Course Plan Week 1 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination 60 The conceptual and the emergence of quantum Subjects Wave properties, de Broglie wavelength Wave-particle duality and Probability The Heisenberg uncertainty relations and the probability current Eigenvalues, eigenfunctions, normalization The time-independent Schrödinger equation One-dimensional potential: the potential step, the potential well, the potential barrier Midterm exam

3 The eigenvalue problem for a particle in a box The quantum mechanical harmonic oscillator and problems The general structure of wave mechanics Vector spaces and operators Degeneracy and simultaneous observables Final Exam Relations with Course Department Advantages 1 Programme Advantages Skills of applying basic physics knowledge None Course Contribution Partially Full Contrib ution 2 Capacity of designing and conducting of an experiment, analysing the results and making comments 3 Designing skills of a system, part or process fulfilling the requirements 4 Capability of working in an interdisciplinary squad 5 Skills of identifying, formulating and solving physical problems 6 Consciousness of profession and ethical responsibility 7 Effective communication skill (in Turkish and English) 8 Education to understand the effects of physical solutions in the universal and social dimensions 9 Consciousness of life-long learning

4 10 Knowledge about the problems of the century 11 Usage skills of modern equipments, facilities and techniques required for physical applications Prepared by : Assist. Prof. Dr. Rasim DERMEZ EK-4

5 Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies Course Goals Course Aim Course Code and Name: PHYS 502- Advanced Quantum mechanics II - Semester Theoretic AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY ART AND SCIENCE FACULTY / INSTITUTE COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM Practice Total Department / Department of : Physics Credits ECTS Education Language Type: Compulsory/ Elective Turkish Elective Prerequisite (s) - Instructor Course Assistant - Asist.Prof.Dr. Rasim DERMEZ Mail : Mail : Groups / Classes Single group In the frame of this lesson, Quantum Mechanics II; the aim is to acquaint the application of Quantum Mechanics to molecular structures for master science students of physics. In this course, in our discussion of the general principles of wave mechanics. To draw attention to the strong resemblance between the properties of wave functions and vectors in some sort of linear space, real or complex, finite- or infinite dimensional. Ġntroduce a powerful notation, the Dirac notation, which provides a compact way of writing things and simplifies manipulations. Apply the formulation in terms of matrices is very useful in that it allows us to deal with quantities that have no classical counterpart. Explanation importance of operator methods To obtain information on angular momentum, matrix representation, Dirac notation, Spin and Perturbation theory Practising Schrodinger equations for problems. Investigation the subjects of quantum in the area of Physics Having the ability of giving examples about Quantum mechanical views for today circumstances. Understanding the differences between matrix and Dirac notation.

6 Assessment Criterias Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts Textbook; Tekin Dereli, Abdullah Verçin, Quantum Mechanics 1, METU Publications, 1998 Gasiorowicz S., Quantum Physics, John Willey & Sons, 2003 Sakurai, J.J., Modern Quantum Mechanics, Adison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1994 Methods of Give a Lecture Theoretical Lecture, Questions and Answers If Avaible, to Sign (x) General Average Percentage (%) Rate 1. Quiz Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Semester Course Plan Week Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination 60 Subjects 1 Operator Methods in Quantum Mechanics 2 Operator Methods in Quantum Mechanics The Energy Spectrum of the Harmonic Oscillator Angular Momentum Raising and Lowering Operators for Angular Momentum Representation of States in Spherical Coordinates Midterm-Eam The Schrödinger Equation in Three Dimensions and the Hydrogen Atom

7 The Schrödinger Equation in Three Dimensions and the Hydrogen Atom The Schrödinger Equation in Three Dimensions and the Hydrogen Atom Matrix Representation of Operators Spin Time-Independent Perturbation Theory Final Exam Relations with Course Department Advantages Programme Advantages 1 Applications of mathematic and science ability are carried out successfully. None Course Contribution Partially Full Contrib ution 2 Interpretation of spectrums (IR, Raman) are carried out. x 3 To comprehend of the molecules structure and classification. 4 The talent of use of synthesis technique in organic chemistry 5 Ability to apply knowledge and understanding gained in this course to the solution of both qualitative and quantitative problems 6 The students have been gained design of experiment, making of experiment, interpretation of experimental results. 7 The recognition of the organic molecules as material. 8 Gaining of effective communication ability(turkish and English). Prepared by : Asist. Prof. Dr. Rasim DERMEZ

8 Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies Course Goals Course Aim AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM Course Code and Name: PHY-503 Advanced Atomic and Molecular Physics I - Semester Theoretic Practice Total Department / Department of : Physics Credits ECTS Education Language Turkish Elective Type: Compulsory/ Elective Prerequisite (s) Student should take Modern Physics and Quantum Physics Instructor Course Assistant - Prof. Dr. Mevlüt DOĞAN Mail : Mail : Groups / Classes Single group The aim of this module is to provide explicitly the basic concepts and principles of atomic and molecular physics. To know and understand of the essential aspects of atomic and molecular physics Ability of criticize and solving basic concepts mathematically. Ability of describing basics structure and properties of matters. Define problems in related areas, and formulate and solve. Ability of describing basic concepts under predetermined working principle. Ability of describing basic concepts of recent topics

9 Assessment Criterias Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts Aygün, E., Zengin, D. M. (1992). Atom ve Molekül Fiziği. Ankara: Bilim yayınevi. Bransden, B.H., Joachain, C.J. (1983). Physics of Atoms and Molecules. London: Langman Grp.Lmt. Eisberg, R., Resnick, R. (1974). Quantum physics of atoms, molecules, solids, nuclei and particles. New York: John Wiley & Sons. Gündüz, E. (1999). Modern Fiziğe Giriş. Ġzmir: Ege Üniv. Fen Fak. Kitaplar Serisi No:110. Taylor, J.R., Zafaritos, C. (1996). Modern Fizik. Ġstanbul: Arte Güven. Beiser, A. (1969). Perspectives of Modern Physics. McGraw-Hill. Methods of Give a Lecture Theoretical Lectures, Question and Answer If Avaible, to Sign (x) General Average Percentage (%) Rate 1. Quiz Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz Semester Course Plan Week 1 5. Quiz Mass and Size of the Atom 2 Size of atom, electron 3 Size of atom, photon 4 Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination 60 Subjects Comparison of Bohr and Schrödinger theories of the Hydrogen atom, 5 Comparison of Bohr and Schrödinger theories of the Hydrogen atom, 6 Midterm exam 7 Fine structure 8 Fine structure 9 Atoms in magnetic field, 10 Atoms in electric field, 11 Hyperfine structure 12 One-electron atoms 13 Two-electron atoms 14 Two-electron atoms Relations with Course Department Advantages

10 Programme Advantages None Course Contribution Partially Full Contri bution 1 Application of basic physics knowledge to physics problems. 2 Temel teorik fizik bilgisini fizik problemlerinin çözümünde uygular 3 Ability of designing a system, part or time with a desired way. 4 Application of knowledge in basic sciences. 5 Design and conduct experiments as well as to analyze and interpret data. 6 Get an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility. 7 Ability of efficiently communicating in Turkish and English 8 Understanding of an advanced topic in experimental and theoretical area in depth. 9 Consciousness of need for learning during life 10 Being aware of problems 11 Application of advanced quantum knowledge to physic problems. 12 Planning of working either his own or other research area with his diploma. 13 Teaching students that were experienced in industrial application, training, and technical trips. Prepared by : Prof. Dr. Mevlüt DOĞAN

11 Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies Course Goals Course Aim AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM Course Code and Name: PHY-504 Advanced Atomic and Molecular Physics II - Semester Theoretic Practice Total Department / Department of : Physics Credits ECTS Education Language Type: Compulsory/ Elective Turkish Elective Prerequisite (s) Student should take Modern Physics, Quantum Physics and Atomic and Molecular Physics I Instructor Course Assistant - Prof. Dr. Mevlüt DOĞAN Mail : Mail : Groups / Classes Single group The aim of this module is to provide explicitly the basic concepts and prenciples of atomic and molecular physics. To know and understand of the essential aspects of atomic and molecular physics Apply the knowledge of basic science (mathematics, physics, chemistry) Define problems in related areas, and formulate and solve. Make connection between interdisciplinary sciences Follow recent professional topics.

12 Assessment Criterias Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts Aygün, E., Zengin, D. M. (1992). Atom ve Molekül Fiziği. Ankara: Bilim yayınevi. Bransden, B.H., Joachain, C.J. (1983). Physics of Atoms and Molecules. London: Langman Grp.Lmt. Eisberg, R., Resnick, R. (1974). Quantum physics of atoms, molecules, solids, nuclei and particles. New York: John Wiley & Sons. Gündüz, E. (1999). Modern Fiziğe Giriş. Ġzmir: Ege Üniv. Fen Fak. Kitaplar Serisi No:110. Taylor, J.R., Zafaritos, C. (1996). Modern Fizik. Ġstanbul: Arte Güven. Beiser, A. (1969). Perspectives of Modern Physics. McGraw-Hill. Methods of Give a Lecture Theoretical Lectures, Question and Answer If Avaible, to Sign (x) General Average Percentage (%) Rate 1. Quiz Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz Semester Course Plan Week 1 5. Quiz Many- electron atoms Oral Examination 2 The structure of many-electron atoms 3 Electron dipole selection rules 4 Electron dipole selection rules 5 Pauli s exclusion principle 6 Midterm exam 7 The Periodic Table 8 LS and jj coupling 9 Moleculs 10 Moleculs 11 Dynamical Processes in Molecules 12 Dynamical Processes in Molecules 13 Dynamical Processes in Molecules 14 Dynamical Processes in Molecules Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination 60 Subjects

13 Relations with Course Department Advantages Programme Advantages None Course Contribution Partially Full Cont ribut ion 1 Application of basic physics knowledge to physics problems. 2 Temel teorik fizik bilgisini fizik problemlerinin çözümünde uygular 3 Ability of designing a system, part or time with a desired way. 4 Application of knowledge in basic sciences. 5 Design and conduct experiments as well as to analyze and interpret data. 6 Get an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility. 7 Ability of efficiently communicating in Turkish and English 8 Understanding of an advanced topic in experimental and theoretical area in depth. 9 Consciousness of need for learning during life 10 Being aware of problems 11 Application of advanced quantum knowledge to physic problems. 12 Planning of working either his own or other research area with his diploma. 13 Teaching students that were experienced in industrial application, training, and technical trips. Prepared by : Prof. Dr. Mevlüt DOĞAN

14 Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies Course Goals Course Aim AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM Course Code and Name: PHYS 505- Advanced Nuclear Physics I - Semester Theoretic Practice Total Department / Department of : Physics Credits ECTS Education Language Type: Compulsory/ Elective Turkish Elective Prerequisite (s) - Instructor Course Assistant - Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hüseyin Ali YALIM Mail : Mail : Groups / Classes Single group The aim of the course is to explain nuclear properties and nuclear structure, to investigate fundamental particles and their interactions and to recognize nuclear reactions and nuclear models. The objective of the course is to give information about basics concepts concerned with nuclear size and shapes, and nuclear models and nuclear decays. Having knowledge about the structure of the atomic nucleus, Exercising knowledge relating to fundamental sciences, Solving and explaining the natural events, Learning and applying general concepts about nuclear events,

15 Assessment Criteria Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts Textbook; Krane, K. S. (1988). Introductory Nuclear Physics, John Wiley & Sons. Krane, K. S. Çeviri Editörü: Şarer, B. (2001). Nükleer Fizik, Cilt I, Ankara: Palme Yayıncılık. Krane, K. S. Çeviri Editörü: Şarer, B. (2001). Nükleer Fizik, Cilt II, Ankara: Palme Yayıncılık. Suggested references: Williams, W.S.C. (1991). Nuclear and Particle Physics. Oxford: Oxford Science Publications. Cottingham W.N. and Greenwood D.A. (2004). An Introduction to Nuclear Physics, Cambridge University Press. Das A. And Ferbel T. (2005). Nuclear and Particle Physics, World Scientific Publishing. Martin B.R. (2006). Nuclear and Particle Physics, Wiley. Povh B., Rith K., Scholz C., Zetsche F., (2008). Particles and Nuclei, Springer. Methods of Give a Lecture Blackboard and slide show with a projection and dialogue If Available, to Sign (x) General Average Percentage (%) Rate 1. Quiz Quiz (Homework) Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Semester Course Plan Week Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project, etc.) Final Examination 40 Subjects 1 Basic Concepts 2 Nuclear Properties 3 Nuclear Properties 4 Nuclear Forces 5 Nuclear Models

16 6 Radioactive Decay 7 Detection of Radiation 8 Midterm exam 9 Alpha Decay 10 Beta Decay 11 Beta Decay 12 Gamma Decay 13 Nuclear Reactions 14 Nuclear Reactions Relations with Course Department Advantages Program Advantages None Course Contribution Partially Full Contribution 1 Ability in applications of mathematical and scientific knowledge 2 Application of theoretical knowledge to physics problems x 3 Detailed knowledge gained about nucleus 4 Be aware of the difference between atom and nucleus 5 Detailed knowledge gained about material 6 Ability gained on designing an experiment, carrying out an experiment, interpreting experimental results. 7 Ability of effective communication (Turkish and English)

17 8 Ability of life long learning 9 Be aware of recent problems in nuclear study 10 Prepared by: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hüseyin Ali YALIM

18 Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies Course Goals Course Aim Course Code and Name: PHYS 506- Advanced Nuclear Physics II - Semester EK-4 AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM Theoretic Practice Total Department / Department of : Physics Credits ECTS Education Language Type: Compulsory/ Elective Turkish Elective Prerequisite (s) - Instructor Course Assistant - Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hüseyin Ali YALIM Mail : Mail : Groups / Classes Single group The aim of the course is to explain nuclear properties and nuclear structure, to investigate fundamental particles and their interactions and to recognize nuclear reactions and nuclear models. The objective of the course is to give information about basics concepts concerned with nuclear size and shapes, and nuclear models and nuclear decays. Having knowledge about the structure of the atomic nucleus, Exercising knowledge relating to fundamental sciences, Solving and explaining the natural events, Learning and applying general concepts about nuclear events,

19 Assessment Criteria Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts Textbook; Krane, K. S. (1988). Introductory Nuclear Physics, John Wiley & Sons. Krane, K. S. Çeviri Editörü: Şarer, B. (2001). Nükleer Fizik, Cilt I, Ankara: Palme Yayıncılık. Krane, K. S. Çeviri Editörü: Şarer, B. (2001). Nükleer Fizik, Cilt II, Ankara: Palme Yayıncılık. Suggested references: Williams, W.S.C. (1991). Nuclear and Particle Physics. Oxford: Oxford Science Publications. Cottingham W.N. and Greenwood D.A. (2004). An Introduction to Nuclear Physics, Cambridge University Press. Das A. And Ferbel T. (2005). Nuclear and Particle Physics, World Scientific Publishing. Martin B.R. (2006). Nuclear and Particle Physics, Wiley. Povh B., Rith K., Scholz C., Zetsche F., (2008). Particles and Nuclei, Springer. Methods of Give a Lecture Blackboard and slide show with a projection and dialogue If Available, to Sign (x) General Average Percentage (%) Rate 1. Quiz Quiz (Homework) Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Semester Course Plan Week Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project, etc.) Final Examination 40 Subjects 1 Neutron Physics 2 Nuclear Fission 3 Nuclear Fusion 4 Accelerators 5 Nuclear Spin Moments

20 6 Meson Physics 7 Meson Physics 8 Midterm exam 9 Particle Physics 10 Particle Physics 11 Nuclear Astrophysics 12 Nuclear Astrophysics 13 Application of Nuclear Physics 14 Application of Nuclear Physics Relations with Course Department Advantages Program Advantages None Course Contribution Partially Full Contribution 1 Ability in applications of mathematical and scientific knowledge 2 Application of theoretical knowledge to physics problems x 3 Detailed knowledge gained about nucleus 4 Be aware of the difference between atom and nucleus 5 Detailed knowledge gained about material 6 Ability gained on designing an experiment, carrying out an experiment, interpreting experimental results. 7 Ability of effective communication (Turkish and English)

21 8 Ability of life long learning 9 Be aware of recent problems in nuclear study 10 Prepared by: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hüseyin Ali YALIM

22 Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies Course Goals Course Aim AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY SCINCE AND ARTS FACULTY COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM Course Code and Name: FİZ507 Advanced Solid State Physics I Semester Theoretic Practice Total Department / Department of : Physics Credits ECTS Education Language Type: Compulsory/ Elective I Turkish E Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Asst.Prof.Dr. İsmail Hakkı SARPÜN One group Mail www2.aku.edu.tr/~sarpun Mail : To teach physical and mathematical concepts in basic researches of solid state physics. The main object of the course is to give fundamental knowledge about solids (metals) By the end of this module students will be able to: identify, formulate, and solve field related problems. interdisciplinary knowledge association and application. function as a team member. gain a knowledge of contemporary issues. get an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.

23 Assessment Criterias Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts Fundamentals of Solid State Physics, J.R.Chistman,Wiley, 1988 Solid State Physics, Ashcroft Mermin,Saunders College Pub.,1994 Solid State Physics, C.Kittel, Wiley,1986 Methods of Give a Lecture Theoretical expression, sample problems in practice, Interview If Avaible, to Sign (x) General Average Percentage (%) Rate 1. Quiz Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Semester Course Plan Week Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination 60 Subjects 1 Crystalline Lattice 2 Structure of Solids 3 Elastic scattering of waves and experimental techniques I 4 Elastic scattering of waves and experimental techniques II 5 Chemical Bonds in Solids I 6 Chemical Bonds in Solids II 7 Midterm 8 Atomic vibrations I

24 9 Atomic vibrations II 10 Electron and energy levels 11 Electron and phonon dynamics in metals and semiconductors I 12 Electron and phonon dynamics in metals and semiconductors II 13 Electric and thermal conductivity I 14 Electric and thermal conductivity II Relations with Course Department Advantages Programme Advantages None Course Contribution Partially Full Contrib ution 1 Skill of application of mathematics, science and engineering concepts 2 Skill of working in inter-discipline 3 Skill of interpretation to environmental phenomena 4 Sufficient solidstate knowledge about new technological tools 5 Conscious of learning in lifetime. 6 Skill of interpretation of planning of an experiment, making an experiment, and analysis of experimental data. Prepared by : Asst.Prof.Dr. İsmail Hakkı SARPÜN

25 Learning Outcomes and Competences Course Goals Course Objectives Course Code and Name: PHY509: Advanced Electromagnetic Theory I Semester Offered Contact (h/w) AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY SCIENCE AND ARTS FACULTY / INSTITUTE COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM Rec. (h/w) Total Contact (h/w) Department / Department of : Physics AKÜ Credits Number of ECTS Credits Language of Instruction Type: Compulsory/ Elective Fall Turkish Compulsory Prerequisite (s) Lecturer Teaching Assistant Groups / Classes Differential Equations and Lineer Algebra Assost. Prof. Dr. Rıdvan Ünal Mail Mail : This course will introduce you to the fundamental ideas of electrostatics. We will develop the mathematical techniques necessary to understand and explore physical systems. We will cover as much of the following material as possible. Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to: explain charge conservation. solve a variety of problems arising in physics, utilizing differential equations. state the fundamental electrostatic definitions and concepts. explain the concepts of Gradian, divergence and curl. use the Gauss and Curl theorems in electrostatic problems. solve Laplace equation. state the method of images and use it to solve appropriate problems. explains and interprets physical situations as stated in a word problem. apply the fundamental mathematics knowledge ( integration, derivative ) and partial differentiation to physic problems. identify the physical laws appropriate to the physical situation at hand. predict the behavior of representative physical systems using mathematics/physical laws as a tool. interpret the outcome of a physical system. represent physical systems in multiple representations: i.e., mathematically, pictorially, graphically, ect. state how charges can be stored in a physical system. explain the concepts of Gradian, divergence and curl. transfer operator concept to electrostatik problems to solve them. use the Gauss and Curl theorems in electrostatic problems. solve Laplace equation. state the method of images and use it to solve appropriate problems.

26 Assessment Textbook(s) and If any, Required Material M. A. Heald and J. B. Marion, Classical Electromagnetic Radiation, Saunders College Publishing, Teaching Method(s) If Appropriate, Mark(x) Grades(%) 1. Exam Exam 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Tentative Weekly Schedule Week Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination 60 Material to be covered: 1 Introduction: Fundamentals of Static Electromagnetism, 2 Fundamentals of Static Electromagnetism 3 Multipole Fields 4 Problem Solutions 5 The Equations of Laplace and Poisson 6 Applications of Gauss Law, Method of Image Charges, Problem Solutions 7 8 Midterm I Dynamic Electromagnetism Electromagnetic Induction 9 Maxwell s Equations

27 10 11 Conservation Laws Conservation of Charge and the Equation of Continuity Electromagnetic Waves Plane Electromagnetic Waves in Nonconducting Media 12 Plane Electromagnetic Waves in Nonconducting Media Plane Waves in Conducting Media The Skin Effect Problem Solutions Relations of the Subject Specific Competences with Department Competences The Subject Specific Competences 1 Their ability to apply foundational knowledge of experimental physics to the solution of problems in physics. Course Contribution None Partial Full 2 Their ability to apply foundational knowledge of theoretical physics to the solution of problems in physics. 3 Their skills in collecting, recording and analysis of data. 4 Their understanding of career options appropriate to their degree programs, both within and outside the field. 5 Their ability to effectively communicate information, scientific or otherwise, in both written and verbal form. 6 Their understanding of one advanced topic in theoretical or experimental physics. 7 Their ability to apply advanced knowledge of quantum mechanics to the solution of problems in physics. 8 An appreciation of the importance and practice of good ethical Standard. Prepared by : Assost. Prof. Dr. Rıdvan Ünal

28 Learning Outcomes and Competences Course Goals Course Objectives AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY SCIENCE AND ARTS FACULTY / INSTITUTE COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM EK-4 Course Code and Name: PHY510: Advanced Electromagnetic Theory II Semester Offered Contact (h/w) Rec. (h/w) Total Contact (h/w) Department / Department of : Physics AKÜ Credits Number of ECTS Credits Language of Instruction Type: Compulsory/ Elective Fall Turkish Compulsory Prerequisite (s) Lecturer Teaching Assistant Groups / Classes Differential Equations and Lineer Algebra Assost. Prof. Dr. Rıdvan Ünal Mail Mail : This course will introduce you to the fundamental ideas of electromagnetism. We will develop the mathematical techniques necessary to understand and explore physical systems. We will cover as much of the following material as possible Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to: explain charge conservation. solve a variety of problems arising in physics, utilizing differential equations. state the fundamental electrostatic definitions and concepts. explain the concepts of Gradian, divergence and curl. use the Gauss and Curl theorems in electrostatic problems. solve Laplace equation. state the method of images and use it to solve appropriate problems. explains and interprets physical situations as stated in a word problem. apply the fundamental mathematics knowledge ( integration, derivative ) and partial differentiation to physic problems. identify the physical laws appropriate to the physical situation at hand. predict the behavior of representative physical systems using mathematics/physical laws as a tool. interpret the outcome of a physical system. represent physical systems in multiple representations: i.e., mathematically, pictorially, graphically, ect.state how charges can be stored in a physical system. explain the concepts of Gradian, divergence and curl. transfer operator concept to electrostatik problems to solve them. use the Gauss and Curl theorems in electrostatic problems. solve Laplace equation. state the method of images and use it to solve appropriate problems.

29 Assessment Textbook(s) and If any, Required Material M. A. Heald and J. B. Marion, Classical Electromagnetic Radiation, Saunders College Publishing, Teaching Method(s) If Appropriate, Mark(x) Grades(%) 1. Exam Exam 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Tentative Weekly Schedule Week Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination 60 Material to be covered: 1 Elektromagnetic Waves 2 Reflection and Refraction 3 Retarted Potentials and Fields 4 Waveguides 5 Radiation by Charged Particles 6 Problem Solutions 7 Midterm I 8 Antennas 9 Classical Electron Theory

30 10 11 Interference and Coherence Scaler Diffraction Theory and the fraunhofer Limit 12 Fresnel diffraction and the Transition to Geometrical Optics 13 Fresnel diffraction and the Transition to Geometrical Optics 14 Problem Solutions Relations of the Subject Specific Competences with Department Competences The Subject Specific Competences 1 Their ability to apply foundational knowledge of experimental physics to the solution of problems in physics. Course Contribution None Partial Full 2 Their ability to apply foundational knowledge of theoretical physics to the solution of problems in physics. 3 Their skills in collecting, recording and analysis of data. 4 Their understanding of career options appropriate to their degree programs, both within and outside the field. 5 Their ability to effectively communicate information, scientific or otherwise, in both written and verbal form. 6 Their understanding of one advanced topic in theoretical or experimental physics. 7 Their ability to apply advanced knowledge of quantum mechanics to the solution of problems in physics. 8 An appreciation of the importance and practice of good ethical Standard. Prepared by : Assost. Prof. Dr. Rıdvan Ünal

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