FSI-TSNAcad. year: 2018/2019
Task of seminary is to teach students so-called Popularisation to them self. They will learn how to present their branch and results to technically or naturally educated public. At seminars each student select and present a topic from their own study branch, which is close to them. Student has to discuss about the topic in the broad context, however he/she is expected to formulate his/her own point of view.
Learning outcomes of the course unit
At the final stage of their study, the students should be conscious of integrating ideas of physics and relations of various physical disciplines, and be capable of applying the basic principles to simple physical systems in order to explain and predict the behaviour of such systems.
Knowledge of fundamentals and integrating ideas of physics gained by students in the course of their study of the Physical Engineering Study Programme.
Recommended optional programme components
Recommended or required reading
HALLIDAY, D. - RESNICK, R. - Walker, J.: Fyzika, VUTIUM, Brno 2001
Planned learning activities and teaching methods
The course is taught through exercises which are focused on practical topics presented in lectures.
Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes
Active participation in seminar discussions and presenting an essay.
Language of instruction
The learning objective of the module is to reinforce students’ knowledge of the fundamentals and integrating ideas of physics.
Specification of controlled education, way of implementation and compensation for absences
Attendance at seminars is obligatory.
Type of course unit
26 hours, compulsory
Teacher / Lecturer
1. The evolution of the state of the physical system in classical mechanics, electrodynamics and quantum physics.
2. Macroscopic (phenomenological) and microscopic (statistical) description of many particle systems.
3. Conservation laws.
4. Periodic motions.
5. Waves in physics.
6. Formulation and solution of equations of motion of simple physical systems.
7. Quantum physics.
8. Structure of matter.
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