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  • Telecommunications B: Data Communications Networking, EE 2T21     Syllabus
    Introduction to telecommunication networks, includes local area networks, the Internet, and telephone networks.
    Delft University of Technology
    Quarter 4, 2020
  • Quantum Mechanics, PHYS 5115    
    Observations of macroscopic and microscopic bodies; uncertainty principle and wave-particle duality; probability amplitudes;
    Schrödinger wave theory and one-dimensional problems, Schrödinger equation in three dimensions; and angular momentum and the hydrogen atom.

    co-taught with Dmitri Krioukov
    Northeastern University
    Fall 2019, Spring 2020
  • Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics, PHYS 2305    
    First and second laws of thermodynamics, entropy and equilibrium, thermodynamic potentials,
    elementary kinetic theory, statistical mechanics, and the statistical interpretation of entropy.

    co-taught with Dmitri Krioukov
    Northeastern University
    Spring 2017, Spring 2018, Spring 2019
  • Calculus II for Science and Engineering, MATH 1342     Syllabus
    Further Techniques and Applications of Integration, Infinite Series, and Introduction to Vectors.
    Integration by Parts, Numerical Integration, Improper Integrals, Separable Differential Equations and Areas, Volumes, and Work as Integrals.

    Northeastern University
    Fall 2014


  • Elementary Physics, CAS PY 105
    Principles of classical and modern physics. Mechanics, conservation laws, heat.
    Boston University
    Fall 2003, Fall 2004, Summer 2006
  • Elementary Physics, CAS PY 106
    Principles of classical and modern physics. Electricity and magnetism, waves,
    light and optics, atomic and nuclear physics.

    Boston University
    Spring 2004, Spring 2005, Summer 2005
  • Elementary Modern Physics, CAS PY 313
    Waves and physical optics, relativistic mechanics, experimental foundations of quantum mechanics,
    atomic structure, physics of molecules and solids, atomic nuclei and elementary particles.

    Boston University
    Spring 2004, Spring 2005, Summer 2005
  • Methods of Theoretical Physics, CAS PY 355
    First and second order ordinary differential equations. Partial differential equations and series solutions of differential equations.
    Vectors and vector calculus. Matrices, matrix algebra, and matrix transformations.
    Rotations, similarity, unitarity, hermiticity, eigenvalues, and eigenvectors.

    Boston University
    Spring 2005