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    • Biophysics
    • PH338
    • This course gives a complete overview of physical phenomena of biological systems, with an emphasis on computational biophysics, molecular modeling, and the simulation of biophysical systems.

    • Jakob Ulmschneider
    • Spring , 2015
    • Credit. 3
    • 846
    • Introduction of physics Resear...
    • PH121
    • This course is the second part of the “Introduction to Physics Research”. The idea of the course is to give a brief introduction to the freshmen about the meaning of physics research nowadays. The course will cover basic concepts in condensed matter physics, optics and other fields as well. A few important research branches in current physics research will be emphasized.

    • 刘灿华
    • Spring , 2015
    • Credit. 2
    • 929
    • Plasma Physics
    • PH339
    • The course is introductory-level plasma physics where I teach students the fundamental concepts, theories and some potential applications for plasma physics. Fundamental theories include single-particle approach as a first step which gives a reasonable background on different particle drift motions in various E- and B-field configurations some are relevant to E-B fields of magn...

    • Nasr Hafz
    • Spring , 2015
    • Credit. 3
    • 943
    • Experimental Physics III
    • PHYS
    • This is an experimental course to provide junior students to conduct experiments in a laboratory environment. The topics include mechanics, optics, electromagnetism, and atomic physics. Some experiments in this course use computer-aided sensors for data taking and control.

    • 倪凯旋
    • Spring , 2015
    • Credit. 3
    • 689
    • Differential Equations
    • MA256
    • Modelling the world in terms of ordinary and partial differential equations, solving these equations and interpreting the solutions are fundamentally important for physicists. The course “Differential Equations” for first-year undergraduate students is designed to make students familiar with the basic methods to solve linear ordinary and partial differential equations with typi...

    • 罗旭东
    • Spring , 2015
    • Credit. 3
    • 960
    • Intermediate Theoretical Metho...
    • PH224
    • Intermediate Theoretical Methods is a basic course required for undergraduate students in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. The course covers several topics, including complex functions and applications, integral transforms, calculus of variations, conformal mapping and its applications, probability theory, and statistical methods. The pr...

    • 罗卫东
    • Fall , 2015
    • Credit. 4
    • 748
    • Analytical Mechanics
    • PH223
    • The purpose of this course is to let students become familiar with some key concepts in analytical mechanics, including Newtonian mechanics, Lagrange's equations, Hamilton's principle, conservation theorems, two-body problems, the motion of rigid body, oscillation, canonical transformation, Poisson bracket, Hamilton-Jacobi theory. The class is taught along two lines: one with t...

    • 张骏
    • Fall , 2015
    • Credit. 4
    • 980
    • Classical Electrodynamics
    • PH302
    • This is a fundamental course for undergraduate students of department of physics. It includes electrostatics, magnetostatics, Maxwell Equations, electromagnetic waves and radiation, and fundamental principle of special relativity. Course teaching, homework and examinations are all in English. According to the arrangement of yearly course time, one or two times of advanced scien...

    • 陈民
    • Spring , 2015
    • Credit. 4
    • 1473
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    • Nasr Hafz
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    • 罗卫东
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    • James Chilton Loach
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    • James Loach,物理与天文系特别研究员,中组部2012年“青年千人计划”入选者
    • 张骏
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    • betajzhang@sjtu.edu.cn
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    • I grew up in Shanghai, China. I got my B.S. in Physics from Fudan University in 2000, and Ph.D. in Physics from Columbia University in 2006. I was a TAC postdoctoral fellow in UC Berkeley from 2006 to 2009, and a TCC postdoctoral fellow of Texas Cosmology Center (UT Austin) from 2009 to 2012. I joined the faculty of Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 2012.

      I am interested in the formation of the large scale structure in our Universe, and the underlying physical rules. Theoretically, my research focuses on understanding the properties of dark matter, dark energy, cosmic microwave background, galaxies, clusters, cosmic reionization, etc.. Observationally, we use the gravitational lensing effect to directly probe the density distribution of our Universe, and to test the theory of gravity on the cosmic scales.
    • 陈民
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    • minchen@sjtu.edu.cn
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    • I received my Bachelor degree from the School for the Gifted Young, University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) in 2002. Later I received PhD degree from Institute of Physics, Beijing, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) in 2007. From 2007 to 2009 I worked as an Alexander von Humboldt postdoctoral research fellow in Heinrich Heine Universitaet, Duesseldorf, Germany. After that I joined LOASIS program at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) as a postdoctoral research fellow. From 2012, I joined Shanghai Jiao Tong University as a Distinguished Research Fellow.

      My main research interests are laser plasma based particle accelerator and radiation sources including laser wakefield accelerator, laser solid ion acceleration and radiation sources from laser plasma interaction. In 2007 I got the Tsai ST Plasma award from Chou Pei-yuan Foundation. In 2012 I was selected as a member of National 1000 Young Talents program of China. In 2013 I was awarded by Shanghai Pujiang Progr
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