Physics (PHYS) Permanent Workshop Descriptions
These courses are not intended to support a graduate degree program but are intended to respond to identified needs of post-baccalaureate students. Please refer to the all-university course section in this bulletin to determine the maximum number of workshop credits which may be applied to graduate degrees.
PHYS 586. Workshop: Holography.
Basic principles of holography. Constructing simple holographs. 1 credit DEMAND.
Physics (PHYS) Graduate Course Descriptions
PHYS 520. Seminar.
Lectures, readings, discussion on selected topics. May be repeated. 1-3 credits DEMAND.
PHYS 535. Laser Optics.
The interaction of light with matter including conditions for laser grain and oscillation, resonance cavities, and Gaussian beams. Examples of laser systems and applications. Lab. Prereq.: PHYS 333. 3 credits S, ALT.
PHYS 536. Advanced and Fourier Optics.
Multilayer dielectric films, Fresnel reflection and diffraction, applications of Fourier optics. Lab. Prereq.: PHYS 333. 3 credits S, ALT.
PHYS 542. Topics in Biomedical Engineering.
Instrumentation, data analysis and phenomenological principles of clinical interest. Prereq.: EE 312; ENGR 334; MATH 334 or permission of instructor. 3 credits DEMAND.