Physics Department

1570 E. Colorado Blvd E-Building

                 
   

People

Faculty
   Dr. Azizi
   Ms. Balaneji
   Mr. Carbone
   Mr. Cheney
   Mr. Clarke
   Dr. Egalon
   Mr. Kiledjian
   Dr. Liu
   Mr. Nallengara
   Ms. Quan
   Mr. Schramm
   Dr. Shi
   Dr. Slocum
   Mr. Vazquez

Dean
  Dr. Douglas

Division Secretary
  Ms. Watterson

Lab. Tech.
  Ms. Lee


Schedules

Open Classes
Spring
Summer I
Summer II: none
Fall
Winter

Class Schedules
Spring
Summer I
Summer II: none
Fall
Winter

People

Teacher's, with office hours

Lab Technician

Student Assistants

Tutors

Stockroom:
   M-Th 8-6
   F 8:30-12:30


Class Information
    All Classes
      Physics IA
      Physics IB
      Physics IC
      Physics ID
      Physics 10
      Physics 10L Pictures
      Physics 2A
      Physics 2B
      Physics 31A, Pictures
      Physics 31B, Pictures
    Textbooks

    Online Classes
      Physics 10


Other Information

Poster Session 2003

Posters 2004

Posters 2005

Posters 2008

Tesla Coil 2008

 

 

Awards 2003

Awards 2004 P10

Awards 2004 Physics 1-31

Awards 2005

Slide shows of students doing labs

Girls Day

Lab Manuals

Lab Equipment for the Stockroom

 

Slide show with students and others.

Lab Manuals


physˇics (fzks) n. :

1.(used with a sing. verb) Abbr. phys. The science of matter and energy and of interactions between the two, grouped in traditional fields such as acoustics, optics, mechanics, thermodynamics, and electromagnetism, as well as in modern extensions including atomic and nuclear physics, cryogenics, solid-state physics, particle physics, and plasma physics.


Physics is the study of our universe, encompassing objects as diverse as super-clusters of galaxies to the smallest entities observed in the world of subatomic physics. Physics is a predictive, numerical science which seeks to describe the world in terms of mathematical models. Mathematical model building is a powerful tool that has applications in many other realms of human activity from science and technology to the stock market. The skills acquired in taking a physics degree are applicable in many different careers.    

Phys 1A-D
is a 4-semester calculus-based series required for transfer in most engineering and physical sciences majors.

Phys 31A-B is a 2-semester calculus-based series required for transfer in many biological sciences, some health fields, and various other majors. Please consult transfer section in the college catalog, the catalog of the college or university to which you expect to transfer, or speak with a counselor if you have any questions.

Physics 2A, 2B are algebra based courses.

10, and 10L are non-calculus based Physics courses(and light on algebra!). One semester each of lecture and lab.

 

10/11/2008
ŠP.E., KC