 Teaching Experience

 Semiconductor Superlattices and Heterostructures,
a special topics senior undergraduate/ graduate course offered
in conjunction with the EE Department at WPI
 Quantum Engineering, a special topics junior/
senior undergraduate course offered in conjunction with the EE
Department at WPI.
 Theory of Many Particle Systems, with applications
to Solid State, Nuclear, and Particle Physics, at the advanced
graduate level as a special topics course. Text: "Quantum
Theory of Many Particle System'', by A. Fetter and J. D. Walecka.
 Advanced Theory of Electricity and Magnetism, a
twosemester (one year) course at the graduate level. Text: "
Classical Electrodynamics'', Second Edition, by J. D.
Jackson.
 Methods of Mathematical Physics, a one semester
course at the senior undergraduategraduate
level.
 Numerical Methods in Physics  the Art of Numerical
Analysis, a computeroriented graduate course emphasizing
symbolic algebraic analysis together with numerical analysis
for the solution of physical problems. Texts: "Numerical
Analysis, an Algorithmic Approach'', by Conte and de Boor, and
Numerical Recipes'', by W. H. Press, B. P. Flannery, S. A.
Teukolsky, and W. J. Vetterling.
 Theory of Groups and Applications in Physics, for
Graduate and Senior level students. Text: "Group Theory and
Quantum Mechanics'', by M. Tinkham.
 Classical Electromagnetic Theory, at the senior
level for undergraduate students, a one semester course. I
have taught this course at various times using as texts: "
Electromagnetic Theory'', by J. R. Reitz, F. J. Milford and
Christy; "Electromagnetic Fields'', by R. K. Wangsness.
 Statistical Physics for seniors and beginning graduate
students; Text: "Fundamentals of Statistical and Thermal
Physics'', by F. Reif.
 Introductory Electricity and Magnetism; calculus
based course for engineers and physics students, with
laboratory experiments. Text: `"Physics II'', by D. Halliday
and R. Resnick.
 Introductory Mechanics; calculusbased course for
engineering and physics students with laboratory experiments.
Text: "Physics I'', or ``Fundamentals of Physics'', by D.
Halliday and R. Resnick.
 Survey of Modern Physics, for incoming graduate
students and for senior undergraduate students in engineering
and physics. Texts: (a) "Principles of Modern Physics'', by A. P.
French; (b) "Special Relativity'', by A. P. French.
 Intermediate Mechanics, for juniors. Text: "
Introduction to Mechanics'', by D. Kleppner and Kolenkow.
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