2017/18 Courses

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Below are the courses of the undergraduate Engineering Physics programme. Click on a course’s name to view its course outline (in case of a discrepancy, the official course outline will be distributed in class at the beginning of term). For official calendar descriptions, details on prerequisites, terms offered and other details, visit the Engineering Physics courses section of the McMaster Undergraduate Calendar.

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Title & Course Outlines

(2017-18 Course Outlines will be updated in Sept. 2017)

Instructor

ENG PHYS 2A04 Electricity & Magnetism J. Bradley
ENG PHYS 2CE4 Computation Methods for Engineering Physics D.R. Novog
ENG PHYS 2E04 Analog & Digital Circuits L. Soleymani
ENG PHYS 2H04 Thermodynamics A. Turak
ENG PHYS 2NE3 Thermal Systems Design D.R. Novog
ENG PHYS 2P04 Applied Mechanics M. Minnick
ENG PHYS 2QM3 Introduction to Quantum Mechanics H.K. Haugen
ENG PHYS 2W03 Acquisition & Analysis of Experimental Info I A. Knights
ENG PHYS 3BA3 Electronics I A. Buijs
ENG PHYS 3BB3 Electronics II A. Buijs
ENG PHYS 3D03 Principles of Nuclear Engineering S. Nagasaki
ENG PHYS 3E03 Fundamentals of Physical Optics H.K. Haugen
ENG PHYS 3ES3 Introduction to Energy Systems R. Kleiman
ENG PHYS 3F03 Advanced Applications of Quantum Mechanics (2015-16) J.S. Preston
ENG PHYS 3L04 Industrial Monitoring & Detection Techniques H.K. Haugen
ENG PHYS 3O04 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics & Heat Transfer M. Minnick
ENG PHYS 3PN4 Semiconductor Electronics A.H. Kitai
ENG PHYS 3W04 Acquisition & Analysis of Experimental Info II A. Knights
ENG PHYS 4A06 Design & Synthesis Project M. Minnick
ENG PHYS 4D03 Nuclear Reactor Analysis B. Rouben
ENG PHYS 4ES3 Special Topics in Engineering Physics A. Turak
ENG PHYS 4G03 Optical Instrumentation J. Bradley
ENG PHYS 4H04 Research Project in Engineering Physics Faculty
ENG PHYS 4I03 Introduction to Biophotonics Q. Fang
ENG PHYS 4MD3 Advanced Materials & Next-Generation Devices A. Turak
ENG PHYS 4NE3 Advanced Nuclear Engineering A. Buijs
ENG PHYS 4P03 Nuclear Power Plant Systems & Operation B. Rouben
ENG PHYS 4S03 Lasers & Electro-Optics C.Q. Xu
ENG PHYS 4U02 Modern & Applied Physics Laboratory:

Solar Cell Fabrication
Biomedical
Lasers & Optical Communication
Nuclear Labs

Faculty
ENG PHYS 4X03 Introduction to Photovoltaics A. Kitai
ENG PHYS 4Z03 Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology L. Soleymani

The instructor and university reserve the right to modify elements of the course during the term. The university may change the dates and deadlines for any or all courses in extreme circumstances. If either type of modification becomes necessary, reasonable notice and communication with the students will be given with explanation and the opportunity to comment on changes. It is the responsibility of the student to check their McMaster email and course websites weekly during the term and to note any changes.

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The following illustrates only three forms of academic dishonesty:

  1. Plagiarism, e.g. the submission of work that is not one’s own or for which other credit has been obtained.
  2. Improper collaboration in group work.
  3. Copying or using unauthorized aids in tests and examinations.

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