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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.
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.
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...
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.
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...
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...
Physics 303 is an advanced undergraduate course in thermodynamics and statistical physics. Thermodynamics covers the macroscopic properties of physical systems, composed of large numbers of particles. Statistical physics studies these macroscopic properties by looking at the microstates of the particles, described by quantum mechanics. The course will cover the fundamental prin...
This course will cover topics in two major areas: (1) thermal and stastical physics; (2) Waves and vibrations.
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