Physics 120 — Upper division physics majors learned the basics of electronics, how to design, build and analyze analog and digital circuits, and use oscilloscopes to perform tests on their circuits.
Physics 124 — Senior physics majors learned about microcontroller design, motors, etc. and used their skills from 120 to design and build a project over five weeks, in teams of two.
Physics 4A — Freshman physics majors get a fast-paced, in-depth introduction to physics. 4A is the first of five quarters designed (and now required) to prepare students for the rigors of the physics major.
Physics 2CL — Lower division engineering majors took their first steps in laboratory training through a discussion of passive circuits, with a focus on laboratory methods, record keeping, and a start on scientific writing. The depicted LRC circuit is the culmination of the physics content of the course.
Physics 117 — Upper division physics majors learned the basics of electronics, how to design, build and analyze analog and digital circuits, and use oscilloscopes to perform tests on their circuits.
Physics 118 — Senior physics majors used their skills from 117 to design and build a project focused on physical measurements, and gave several presentations and reports on their project, in teams of two.
Physics 180D — Senior physics majors learned how to work with and understand laboratory apparatuses designed for the study of acoustical and fluidic phenomena, including sound chambers, resonators for sonoluminescence, and superfluid containment dewars.
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