**ELEC 1908 --**An introduction to Engineering Physics.
A overview of the field of engineering physics is given in this course.
Lecture material covers classical physics, differential equations, numerical
analysis of differential equations, quantum mechanics, and optoelectronics.
The students will complete labs and assignments in numerical analysis
and the use of a commercial electrostatic simulation tool and do an
project involving the simulation and experimental analysis of a chaotic circuit.

Course Requirements:

** TSE (from ECOR 1010 pass/fail) **** Fridays at 14:35-15:25 Room AT-102. **

You have to go to these lectures (from a different professor) and take a short test at the end of term on the material. You need to pass this test!

Assignments/projects 100%

IEEE Style Guide for citations

Course outline

The first class/meeting will be Jan 9, Tues. 1:30 in ME-3174.

All subsequent meeting times for the class are Monday 1:30-5:30 (Room MC-6030) and Friday 1:30-2:30 (TSE component. Room: AT 106). The class times scheduled for Tue/Thu/Fri 1:30-2:30 are available for you to work on your labs and assignments. I will be available during that time as well as the TA.

A detailed week-by-week breakdown follows:

TA: Colin Fernandes

Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:

- Describe the relationship between Classical and Modern Physics
- Present a basic understanding of Quantum Mechanics and its implications
- Understand the importance of differential equation to Physics and Engineering
- Do basic matlab programming
- Use Latex
- Use Spice for simple circuits
- Describe the physics of carrier flow in semiconductors.
- Use Maxwell-2D and understand the use in general of physical simulators
- Have basic lab and bread boarding skills
- Have an understanding of what Engineering Physics is and an overview of the program. Have a an understanding of the role of engineering in society and the importance of health and safety.