If you are a student or a physics novice, or even if you are studying medicine, electrical engineering, or another course where you need the basics of physics, then the following list of experimental physics courses is perfect for you. You don't need to be familiar with vectors, integrals, or derivatives, as you will learn all of that directly in the first course, »Mathematics for Physics«.
- Mathematics for Physics
Learn the mathematics you need to master in order to engage in basic physics. Here you will learn about vectors, derivatives, integrals, and differential equations.
- Classical Mechanics
Here you will learn about physical quantities such as acceleration, energy, force, and momentum, and how these quantities are related.
Here you will learn the basics of ray and wave optics. With this knowledge, you can describe the behavior of light in our everyday lives.
Learn how temperature, volume, pressure, and other macroscopic state variables of systems are related.
- Electricity and Magnetism
Here you will learn about the interaction between electric charges and the influence of magnetic fields on moving charges.
- Quantum Physics
Here you will learn about the behavior of atomic particles such as electrons and protons, and why they sometimes behave like particles and sometimes like waves.
- Theory of Relativity
Here you will learn about time dilation and length contraction, as well as how to illustrate these effects in a spacetime diagram.
The following course list is intended for physics students and advanced learners who are familiar with vector, integral, and differential calculus and are ready to explore theoretical physics.
- Advanced Mathematics for Physics
Here you will learn the basics of multidimensional differentiation and integration as well as tensors – everything you need to understand theoretical physics.
- Advanced Classical Mechanics
Here you will learn, for example, about the Euler-Lagrange equation and the Lagrange formalism.
Here you will learn, for example, about the Maxwell equations and electromagnetic waves.
- Quantum Mechanics II
Here you will learn, for example, about the Schrodinger equation and what commutators, observables, and the bra-ket notation are.
- Solid State Physics
Here you will learn about electrical and thermal transport, crystal structure, and interactions in solid matter.