Organization of Papers
Papers are worth ten points each, and have 15 one-hour lectures and 6 one-hour tutorials. Some papers may not be held every year depending on instructor availability and student demand.
PHSI students: We expect that most Physics BSc Honours or PGDipSc students will take the 40-point project PHSI 490 and 80-points of taught papers. Those papers must include at least six 10-point PHSI (or combined [ELEC,PHSI]) papers. You may select up to 20-points from 400-level MATH papers or ELEC-only papers.
ELEC students: Electronics BSc Honours or PGDipSc students take the ELEC 490 project and 80 points of taught papers. Up to two PHSI-only papers can be used, as well as up to two papers from the MATH 400-level programme.
|PHSI422||Upper Atmospheric and Space Physics||PHSI|
|PHSI423||Advanced Quantum Mechanics I||PHSI|
|PHSI424||Advanced Quantum Mechanics II||PHSI|
|PHSI426||Fluids, Instability and Transport Phenomena||PHSI|
|ELEC441||Linear Systems and Noise||ELEC|
|ELEC442||Digital Signal Processing||ELEC|
|ELEC443||Boundary Value Problems of Mathematical Physics||ELEC|
|ELEC445||Inverse Problems and Imaging||ELEC|