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Table of Contents 
Undergraduate Courses in Physics ................................................. 1
1.1 INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................. 1
1.2 PHYSICS COURSES IN THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2012-13 .................................................................. 1
1.2.1 The First Year (Part IA) .......................................................................................................... 1
1.2.2 The Second Year (Part IB) ..................................................................................................... 2
1.2.3 The Third Year (Part II)  -   Experimental & Theoretical Physics ......................................... 2
1.2.4 The Fourth Year (Part III)  -  Experimental  & Theoretical Physics ..................................... 3
1.2.5 Master of Advanced Studies (MASt) in Physics .................................................................... 3
1.3 MATHEMATICS AND THE PHYSICS COURSES .............................................................................. 3
Aims and Objectives of the Physics Teaching ................................ 4
Programme ................................................................................... 4
2.1 THE UNIVERSITY’S AIMS AND OBJECTIVES ................................................................................ 4
2.2 COURSE AIMS .................................................................................................................................... 4
2.3 COURSE OBJECTIVES ....................................................................................................................... 4
Part IA Physics .............................................................................. 6
3.1 AIMS OF THE COURSE ...................................................................................................................... 6
3.2 THE LECTURE COURSES .................................................................................................................. 6
3.3 PRACTICALS ....................................................................................................................................... 6
3.4 THE EXAMINATION .......................................................................................................................... 6
3.4.1 Examiners’ Notices ................................................................................................................ 6
3.4.2 The Written Paper for Part IA................................................................................................ 6
3.5 BOOKS ................................................................................................................................................. 6
3.6 SOME IMPORTANT DATES .............................................................................................................. 8
3.7 LECTURE LIST ................................................................................................................................... 9
PRINCIPLES OF CLASSICAL PHYSICS, QUANTUM PHYSICS & RELATIVITY .................... 10
IA PRACTICAL CLASS ................................................................................................................ 13
Part IB Physics A .......................................................................... 15
4.1 INTRODUCTION AND COURSE AIMS ............................................................................................ 15
4.2 THE CONTENT OF THE  COURSE ................................................................................................... 15
4.3 THE EXAMINATION ......................................................................................................................... 15
4.4 SOME IMPORTANT DATES .............................................................................................................16
4.5 LECTURE LIST .................................................................................................................................. 17
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS .................................................................................................... 18
OSCILLATIONS, WAVES AND OPTICS .....................................................................................19
QUANTUM PHYSICS ................................................................................................................. 20
CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS ............................................................................................. 22
MATHEMATICAL METHODS ................................................................................................... 23
GREAT EXPERIMENTS............................................................................................................. 24
IB PRACTICAL CLASS – PHYSICS A ........................................................................................ 25
Part IB Physics B .......................................................................... 26
5.1 INTRODUCTION AND COURSE AIMS ........................................................................................... 26  
5.2 COURSE CONTENT .......................................................................................................................... 26
5.3 THE EXAMINATION ........................................................................................................................ 26
5.4 SOME IMPORTANT DATES ............................................................................................................. 27
5.5         LECTURE LIST .................................................................................................................................. 28
ELECTROMAGNETISM ............................................................................................................. 29
CLASSICAL DYNAMICS ............................................................................................................. 31
THERMODYNAMICS ................................................................................................................. 32
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING .......................................................................................... 33
MATHEMATICAL METHODS ................................................................................................... 35
GREAT EXPERIMENTS ............................................................................................................. 36
IB PRACTICAL CLASS – PHYSICS B ......................................................................................... 37
IB PRACTICAL CLASS – PHYSICS A and B .............................................................................. 38
Part II Experimental & Theoretical Physics ..................................42
6.1 THE THREE- AND FOUR-YEAR COURSES .................................................................................... 42
6.2 OUTLINE OF THE COURSES .......................................................................................................... 42
6.3 FURTHER WORK ............................................................................................................................. 43
6.3.1 Computing ............................................................................................................................ 43
6.3.2 Experimental Investigations ................................................................................................ 43
6.3.3 Courses in Theoretical Physics ............................................................................................. 43
6.3.4 Research Review ................................................................................................................... 45
6.3.5 Long-Vacation Work ............................................................................................................ 45
6.3.6 Physics Education................................................................................................................. 45
6.4 SUPERVISIONS AND EXAMPLES CLASSES .................................................................................. 45
6.5 NON-EXAMINED WORK ................................................................................................................. 46
6.6 THE EXAMINATION ........................................................................................................................ 46
6.6.1 Examiners’ Notices ............................................................................................................... 46
6.6.2 The Written Papers for Part II ............................................................................................. 46
6.6.3 Requirements ....................................................................................................................... 46
6.6.4 Examination Entries............................................................................................................. 46
6.6.5 Submission of Further Work ................................................................................................ 46
6.7  HALF SUBJECT PHYSICS ................................................................................................................ 47
6.8 SOME IMPORTANT DATES ............................................................................................................. 48
6.9 LECTURE LIST .................................................................................................................................. 49
ADVANCED QUANTUM PHYSICS ............................................................................................ 50
OPTICS AND ELECTRODYNAMICS ......................................................................................... 51
RELATIVITY ............................................................................................................................... 52
THERMAL AND STATISTICAL PHYSICS ................................................................................. 54
ASTROPHYSICAL FLUID DYNAMICS ...................................................................................... 55
PARTICLE AND NUCLEAR PHYSICS ....................................................................................... 57
QUANTUM CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS ......................................................................... 59
SOFT CONDENSED MATTER .................................................................................................. 60
COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS .................................................................................................... 61
COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS PROJECT ................................................................................... 62
THEORETICAL PHYSICS 1 - CLASSICAL FIELD THEORY (TP1) ........................................... 63
THEORETICAL PHYSICS 2 - TOPICS IN QUANTUM THEORY (TP2) ................................... 65
PART II EXPERIMENTS ............................................................................................................ 66
RESEARCH REVIEWS ............................................................................................................... 69
PHYSICS EDUCATION .............................................................................................................. 71
CONCEPTS IN PHYSICS ............................................................................................................ 73
Part III Experimental & Theoretical Physics ................................ 75
7.1 INTRODUCTION............................................................................................................................... 75
7.2 MASTER OF ADVANCED STUDIES (MAST) IN PHYSICS ............................................................. 75
7.3 OUTLINE OF THE COURSE ............................................................................................................. 75
7.4 DETAILS OF THE COURSES............................................................................................................ 76  
7.4.1 Project work ......................................................................................................................... 76
7.4.2 Major Topics......................................................................................................................... 76
7.4.3 Minor Topics ........................................................................................................................ 76
7.4.4 Other Lent Term courses ..................................................................................................... 77
7.4.5 Further Work ....................................................................................................................... 77
7.4.6 Long-Vacation Projects ........................................................................................................ 77
7.4.7 Entrepreneurship ................................................................................................................. 77
7.4.8 Examples Class in General Physics ...................................................................................... 78
7.5 RESTRICTIONS ON COMBINATION OF COURSES ...................................................................... 78
7.6          SUPERVISIONS ................................................................................................................................ 78
7.7 NON-EXAMINED WORK ................................................................................................................. 78
7.8 THE EXAMINATION ........................................................................................................................ 78
7.8.1 Examiners’ Notices .............................................................................................................. 78
7.8.2 Examination Entries ............................................................................................................ 78
7.8.3 The Written Papers for Part III ........................................................................................... 78
7.9 SOME IMPORTANT DATES ............................................................................................................ 81
7.10 LECTURE LIST ................................................................................................................................. 83
ADVANCED QUANTUM CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS ................................................... 84
ATOMIC AND OPTICAL PHYSICS ............................................................................................ 85
PARTICLE PHYSICS .................................................................................................................. 86
PHYSICS OF THE EARTH AS A PLANET ................................................................................. 88
QUANTUM CONDENSED MATTER FIELD THEORY ............................................................ 90
QUANTUM FIELD THEORY ......................................................................................................91
RELATIVISTIC ASTROPHYSICS AND COSMOLOGY ............................................................. 92
SOFT MATTER AND BIOLOGICAL PHYSICS .......................................................................... 94
ATMOSPHERIC PHYSICS ......................................................................................................... 95
BIOLOGICAL PHYSICS ............................................................................................................. 96
FORMATION OF STRUCTURE IN THE UNIVERSE ............................................................... 97
GAUGE FIELD THEORY ........................................................................................................... 99
MEDICAL PHYSICS ................................................................................................................. 100
PARTICLE ASTROPHYSICS .................................................................................................... 102
SUPERCONDUCTIVITY AND QUANTUM COHERENCE ..................................................... 103
THE FRONTIERS OF EXPERIMENTAL CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS ........................ 104
THE FRONTIERS OF OBSERVATIONAL ASTROPHYSICS .................................................. 105
THE PHYSICS OF NANOELECTRONIC SYSTEMS ................................................................ 106
QUANTUM INFORMATION ................................................................................................... 107
ADVANCED QUANTUM FIELD THEORY .............................................................................. 108
NUCLEAR POWER ENGINEERING ....................................................................................... 109
INTERDISCIPLINARY TOPICS – NST PART III ..................................................................... 111
MATERIALS, ELECTRONICS AND RENEWABLE ENERGY ................................................. 112
ENTREPRENEURSHIP ............................................................................................................ 113
ETHICS IN PHYSICS................................................................................................................. 115
PHILOSOPHY OF PHYSICS ..................................................................................................... 116
PROJECTS ................................................................................................................................. 117
Guide for Students ..................................................................... 123
Academic Staff ........................................................................................................................... 125
Administration .......................................................................................................................... 126
Aims and Objectives ................................................................................................................. 126
Appeals ...................................................................................................................................... 126
Astronomical Society (CUAS) ................................................................................................... 126
Bicycles ...................................................................................................................................... 126
Books ......................................................................................................................................... 126
Bookshops .................................................................................................................................. 127
Buildings .................................................................................................................................... 127
Calculators ................................................................................................................................. 127
CamCORS .................................................................................................................................. 127  
CamSIS ...................................................................................................................................... 127
CamTools ................................................................................................................................... 127
Canteen ...................................................................................................................................... 127
Careers ....................................................................................................................................... 127
Cavendish Laboratory ............................................................................................................... 127
Cavendish Stores ....................................................................................................................... 127
Cheating .................................................................................................................................... 128
Classing Criteria ........................................................................................................................ 128
College ....................................................................................................................................... 128
Common Room ......................................................................................................................... 128
Complaints ................................................................................................................................ 128
Computing ................................................................................................................................. 128
Counselling ................................................................................................................................ 129
Courses ...................................................................................................................................... 129
Databases .................................................................................................................................. 129
Department of Physics .............................................................................................................. 129
Director of Studies .................................................................................................................... 130
Disability ................................................................................................................................... 130
Electronic Mail .......................................................................................................................... 130
Examinations ............................................................................................................................ 130
Examples Classes ....................................................................................................................... 131
Examples Sheets ........................................................................................................................ 131
Faculty of Physics and Chemistry .............................................................................................. 131
Feedback ..................................................................................................................................... 131
Fire Alarms ................................................................................................................................. 131
Formulae .................................................................................................................................... 131
Handbook .................................................................................................................................. 132
Harassment ............................................................................................................................... 132
Institute of Physics .................................................................................................................... 132
Laboratory Closure.................................................................................................................... 132
Late Submission of Work .......................................................................................................... 132
Lecture handouts ...................................................................................................................... 132
Lectures ..................................................................................................................................... 133
Libraries .................................................................................................................................... 133
MASt .......................................................................................................................................... 133
Moore Library ........................................................................................................................... 133
Natural Sciences Tripos ............................................................................................................ 133
Part II and Part III Library ....................................................................................................... 134
Past Tripos papers ..................................................................................................................... 134
Personal Computers .................................................................................................................. 134
Philosophical Society ................................................................................................................ 134
Physics Course Handbook ........................................................................................................ 134
Photocopying ............................................................................................................................. 134
Physics Society (CUPS) ............................................................................................................. 134
Practical Classes ........................................................................................................................ 134
Public Workstation Facility (PWF) ........................................................................................... 134
Rayleigh Library ........................................................................................................................ 134
Raven ......................................................................................................................................... 135
Recording of Lectures ............................................................................................................... 135
Refreshments ............................................................................................................................ 135
Registration ............................................................................................................................... 135
Reporter .................................................................................................................................... 135
Research .................................................................................................................................... 135
Safety ......................................................................................................................................... 136
Scientific Periodicals Library .................................................................................................... 136
Smoking ..................................................................................................................................... 136
Staff-Student Consultative Committee ..................................................................................... 136
Supervisions .............................................................................................................................. 136  
Synopses .................................................................................................................................... 136
Teaching Committee .................................................................................................................. 137
Teaching Information System ................................................................................................... 137
Teaching Office .......................................................................................................................... 137
Telephones ................................................................................................................................. 137
Transferable Skills ..................................................................................................................... 137
University Library ...................................................................................................................... 137
World-Wide Web ...................................................................................................................... 138
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