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- Physics Honours (UG)
- Paper VI (Unit II) (Solid State Physics
I)
[This course introduces Condensed Matter Physics. After briefing on Crystal/amorphous structure and X-ray diffraction,
the course unfolds into crystal bonding, Free-electron theory and concludes with Band theory of solids.] (2017-19)
- Paper IIA (Unit I) (Thermal Physics
I) [This
course introduces Equilibrium & Non-equilibrium theory of Heat. Topics include assumptions of Kinetic Theory,
distribution laws, Brownian Motion and transport coefficients, Non-ideal gases, Heat conduction and Blackbody
radiation.] (2017)
- Paper IVA (Unit I) (Thermal Physics
II) [This
course introduces Thermodynamics, starting from 0^{th}, 1^{st}, 2^{nd} and 3^{rd} law,
Maxwell relations and potentials, Phase Equilibria.] (2018-19)
- Paper VIIIB (Computer Laboratory)
[This
course introduces "Numerical Mathematics" in high-level language C. It includes basics of coding and
performing arithmatic operations, solving algebraic equations in different geometry, root-finding, sorting and
statistics calculation, matrix operations, playing with primes, iterative solvers, interpolation and integration
methods.] (2017-19)
- Physics General (UG)
- Paper IB (Waves and Oscillations)
[This
course discusses on the physics of Waves and Vibrations, starting from SHM and superposition, damped and forced SHM,
Wave equation in different geometry and Doppler effect.] (2017)
- Paper IVA (Communications)
[This course
discusses on principle of Communications. It motivates the subject by introducing propagation of EM wave,
transmission of such waves through media, modulation and demodulation.] (2017-2018)
- Paper IVB (Computer Laboratory)
[This
courses teaches Numerical Mathematics in C. It includes basic coding and performing arithmatic operations,
solving algebraic equations on different geometry, finding roots, sorting, series solution and matrix operations].
(2017-2019)
- Environmental Sciences (Semester II) ENVC
24 (Energy and Environment) (PG) [The course introduces energy scales and their relative implications on the environment. After
introducing the basics of conventional/non-conventional energy sources, the course unfolds into energy management/policies
and energy security of Earth.] (2018)
- IIT-B Engineering Physics student A. Shetty did his Summer Research
with me at IISc Bangalore (2016).
- Bilingual tutor in the course Classical Field Theory given by Prof. Thomas Voigtmann at the
University of Konstanz (2013).
- M.Sc. student Martin Everts did his ausarbeitung
(Master's Thesis) in Flüssigkristalle (Liquid Crystal)
with me in the course
Materie und Ordnung at the University of Konstanz (2012).