Physics, Part 3

Major: Micro and Nanosystems of the Internet of Things
Code of subject: 6.153.03.O.022
Credits: 4.00
Department: Applied Physics and Nanomaterials Science
Lecturer: Matulka Dariya Vasylivna
Semester: 3 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Мета вивчення дисципліни: acquaintance of students with basic physical phenomena and ideas, mastering of fundamental concepts, laws and theories of modern and classical physics, as well as means of physical research, mastering of certain knowledge that is fundamental and will contribute to the further mastering of courses of general technical and special disciplines, as well as will allow students to navigate the flow of scientific and scientific and technical information characteristic of the modern era, which will contribute to the formation of students' scientific outlook. The aim of the Physics discipline is also to familiarise students with the main types of modern equipment, to develop their initial skills in conducting experimental research in the study of various physical phenomena and to assess measurement errors.
Завдання: The study of the discipline involves the development of competencies in students: general competences: 1. Ability to apply knowledge in practical situations. 2. Knowledge and understanding of the subject area and understanding of professional activities. 6. Ability to learn and master modern knowledge. 7. Ability to search, process and analyse information from various sources. 8. Interpersonal interaction skills. 9. Ability to work in a team. 11. Ability to evaluate and ensure the quality of work performed. 12. Determination and perseverance in relation to tasks and responsibilities. professional competences: PC1. Ability to use knowledge and understanding of scientific facts, concepts, theories, principles and methods for the design and application of micro- and nanosystems technology. PC5. Ability to identify, classify, evaluate and describe processes in micro- and nanosystems technology by building and analysing their physical and mathematical models.
Learning outcomes: 1. Knowledge of physical laws and properties of substances and phenomena that give students the opportunity to use them in the field of micro- and nanosystem equipment; 2. The use of the acquired knowledge and understanding to establish, formulation and solving problems in micro- and nanosystem equipment; ability to apply knowledge and skills acquired to solve qualitative and quantitative problems in a real production; 3. Skills of experimental measurements of various physical quantities and evaluation of measurement errors. 4. Knowledge of the limits of the use of physical phenomena and laws of nature, physical and mathematical background, relationship with other phenomena; 5. Knowledge of effective methods and techniques for solving physical problems in the course.
Required prior and related subjects: • Calculus, • Linear algebra and analytic geometry, • Differential equations.
Summary of the subject: Bohr theory of the atom. Wave properties of microparticles. Schrodinger equation. Physics of atoms and molecules. Band theory of solids. The structure of the atomic nucleus. Radioactivity. Nuclear reactions. Elementary particle physics.
Опис: Topic. "Corpuscular properties of electromagnetic radiation". Topic. "Wave properties of particles". Topic. "Schrodinger's equation". Topic "Rutherford-Bohr model of the atom" Topic "The hydrogen atom in wave mechanics Topic "Many-electron atoms Topic "Molecular structure" Topic "Statistical physics" Topic. "Physics of a solid body". Topic. "Structure of the nucleus and radioactivity" Topic "Nuclear reactions and applications" Topic. "Elementary particles".
Assessment methods and criteria: • written reports on laboratory work with oral component - 20 points, practical tasks - 20 points; • control exam - 60 points: written form - 50 points, oral form -10 points.
Критерії оцінювання результатів навчання: Theoretical questions are intended to test students' skills in understanding the theoretical material. The answer should be complete and reasoned whenever possible. - The maximum number of marks (MCQs) for a question is awarded to a student who has fully covered the question; - 70-90 % of the MCQs - the question is generally covered, but there are minor inaccuracies or other shortcomings; - 50-70% of the marks - the question is not fully answered and/or there are significant errors; - 30-50 % of MCQs - an attempt is made to answer the question, but gross errors are made and/or the question is not covered in general. The same mark will be given if the student draws incorrect conclusions based on logical assumptions that contain correct reasoning; - 10-30 % of the marks - an unsuccessful attempt is made to answer the question, only some of the reasoning and/or formulas are correct; - 0 marks - none of the written formulas are relevant to the question, all reasoning is incorrect or completely absent.
Recommended books: 1. Бушок Г.Ф., Венгер Є.Ф. Курс фізики. У 2 книгах. Книга 2. Оптика. Фізика атома і атомного ядра. Молекулярна фізика і термодинаміка. – 2-ге вид. – К.: Либідь, 2001 – 424с. 2. Курс фізики. Під редакцією Лопатинського І.Є., Видавництво Бескид Біт,2002. 3. Кучерук І.М., Горбачук І.Т. Загальний курс фізики. У трьох томах. Том 3. Оптика. Квантова фізика. Київ «Техніка», 1999. – 520 с.