Geometry.Net - the online learning center
Home  - Physics - Electronics Bookstore
Page 5     81-100 of 135    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | 7  | Next 20

         Electronics:     more books (100)
  1. Physics of Quantum Electronics (Physics of quantum electronics)
  2. Physics of Electronic and Atomic Collisions
  3. Advances in Electronics and Electron Physics (Advances in electronics and electron physics. Supplement)
  4. Applied Physics for Electronic Technology, A Problem Solving Approach by Andrew Leven, 1998-05-01
  5. Electronic Structure of Metal-Semiconductor Contacts (Perspectives in Condensed Matter Physics)
  6. Physics of Electronic and Atomic Collisions
  7. Physics of Electronics and Atomic Collisions
  8. Electroluminescence and related effects (Advances in electronics and electron physics. Supplement) by Henry F Ivey, 1963
  9. Advanced Epitaxy for Future Electronics, Optics, and Quantum Physics: Seventh Lecture International Science Lecture Series (International Science Lecture Series Vol. 7) by Arthur C. Gossard, University of California at Santa Barbara, et all 2000-11-22
  10. Advances in Electronics and Electron Physics (Advances in electronics and electron physics : Supplement) by William Kenneth Pratt, 1979-10-15
  11. Physics of Electronic and Atomic Collisions: XVIII International Confe by Torkild Andersen, 1993
  12. Antennas and Waveguides for Nonsinusoidal Waves (Advances in Electronics and Electron Physics Supplement)
  13. Dynamic Models in Physics: A Workbook of Computer Simulations Using Electronic Spreadsheets : Mechanics by Frank Potter, Charles W. Peck, 1989-06
  14. Quantum Effect Physics, Electronics and Applications, Proceedings of the INTWorkshop, Luxor, Egypt, 5-9 January 1992 (Institute of Physics Conference Series) by Ismail, 1992-10-01

81. Nano-Physics & Bio-Electronics - A New Odyssey
Translate this page

82. Organizations Of The NASB Department Of Physics, Mathematics And
optical methods for information processing (LOMIP); quantum electronics (LQE); semiconductoroptoelectronics (LSO); photoresistive films (LPF); physics of thin

LV 1006 RIGA, Aizkraukles Str.21, LATVIA
Fax: +371-7820339, +371-7551394
  • Head of the Laboratory:
      Dr.habil.phys. I.Muzikante
      Phone:+371-2558669 E-mail:
    Chief researchers:
      Dr.Phys. M.Rutkis
      Phone:+371-2558698 E-mail: Dr.Chem. L.Gerca
      Phone:+371-2558698 Dr.Phys. L.Taure
      Phone:+371-2558801 Dr.Phys. O.Vilitis
      Dr.Phys. E.Fonavs
      Phone:+371-2558869 E-mail: Dr.Phys. I.Kaulach
      Phone:+371-2558715 Dr.Phys. G.Shlihta
      Phone:+371-2558680 E-mail:
    Assistant researchers:
      Phone:+371-2558615 E-mail: G.Grishina Phone:+371-2558698
    Postgraduate PhD student:
    CHARGE CARRIERS as POLARON-TYPE QUASI-PARTICLES It has been demonstrated that the charge carriers interact, in low mobility solids, with electronic and nuclear subsystems of surrounding lattice due to strong localization effects. As a result of such many-electron interaction, the charge carrier emerges as a polaron-type quasi-particle, viz. electronic, molecular and, in some specific cases, as lattice polaron [1].

84. Department Of Physics And Electronics Engineering
Dr. Adem H. Ibrahim, 757 823 - 2341, Office 326-D WSB. Dr. Mahbub A.Khandaker, 757 - 823 - 2033, Office Nuclear Particle physics Trailer 4.

85. Norfolk State University
physics and electronics Engineering. Milton W. Ferguson DepartmentHead (757) 8238909. The Department of physics and electronics

Physics and Electronics Engineering
Physics: Computer


Physics: Electronics
... DNIMAS Departments Allied Health Biology Chemistry Computer Science ... Schools of NSU Physics and Electronics Engineering Milton W. Ferguson
Department Head
The Department of Physics and Electronics Engineering provides the instruction necessary for the understanding of physics, electronics engineering, and earth science for students in this department and for other departments of the University. The Department also provides the research basis for students wishing to contribute to knowledge in the areas mentioned. The Department has three majors which lead to the B.S. degree. Its graduates may enter occupations in industry, government, and education. Many graduates continue their education in graduate or professional schools. The Department also offers graduate study courses leading to the Master of Science in Materials Science OBJECTIVES
  • To develop in students an appreciation of the scientific method and its use in the solution of physical problems.
  • 86. Physics - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Online physics encyclopedic dictionary., Optics on the Net. OnlineOptics, optoelectronics technical, forums and buyer s guide. electronicsee
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
    Physics (from Greek physikos natural physis Nature ) is the science of Nature in the broadest sense. Physicists study the behaviour and interactions of matter and force . The laws of physics are generally expressed as mathematical relations. Physics is very closely related to the other natural sciences , particularly chemistry , the science of molecules and the chemical compounds that they form in bulk. Chemistry draws on many fields of physics, particularly quantum mechanics thermodynamics and electromagnetism . However, chemical phenomena are sufficiently varied and complex that chemistry is usually regarded as a separate discipline. Below is an overview of the major subfields and concepts in physics, followed by a brief outline of the history of physics and its subfields. A more comprehensive list of physics topics is also available. Table of contents 1 Overview of physics 1.1 Theories 1.1.1 Central theories
    1.1.2 Proposed theories
    ... edit
    Overview of physics
    Main article Theories of Physics edit
    Central theories
    Classical mechanics Thermodynamics Statistical mechanics Electromagnetism ... edit
    Proposed theories
    Theory of everything Grand unification theory M-theory Loop quantum gravity ... edit
    Fringe theories
    Cold fusion Dynamic theory of gravity Luminiferous aether Orgone energy ... edit
    Matter Antimatter Elementary particle Boson ... edit
    Main article Particles Atom Electron Gluon ... edit
    Subfields of physics
    Accelerator physics Acoustics Astrophysics Atomic, Molecular, and Optical physics

    87. University Of Kelaniya - Department Of Physics
    The department has nine senior academic staff members specialised in differentareas of physics and electronics and five wellequipped laboratories for
    The department has nine senior academic staff members specialised in different areas of Physics and Electronics and five well-equipped laboratories for undergraduate courses. A research laboratory is available for the postgraduate research work. Department offers several course modules covering all major areas of Physics and Electronics for undergraduates. Advanced course modules are being offered for undergraduate students majoring Physics. Laboratory courses are offered concurrently with theory courses. A trained laboratory staff and a supporting academic staff assist the senior academic staff to conduct these laboratory classes. The Department is planning to introduce more Applied Physics and Electronics course modules for undergraduate students in the future. Arrangements are being made to commence a postgraduate diploma course in Electronics in January 2002 with grants from the Asian Development Bank.

    88. University Of Kansas School Of Engineering
    large corporations or government laboratories. These graduates usuallyspecialize in electronics, physics, or solidstate physics.
    Engineering Departments Aerospace Engineering Architectural Engineering Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering Engineering Physics Engineering Management Environmental Engineering Mechanical Engineering Petroleum Engineering Engr A-Z A B C D ...
    Career Services

    Degree Focuses
    Aerospace Systems

    Chemical Systems

    Digital Electronic Systems

    Electromechanical Systems

    Search About Engineering Physics The engineering physics program is administered jointly by the KU School of Engineering and the KU Department of Physics and Astronomy. Students in the program study many areas that affect technology, and they develop strong backgrounds in physics and mathematics. Engineering Physics is solely an undergraduate program, and the outcome is a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics. Although many engineering physics graduates continue their studies as graduate students in another discipline of engineering or physics, some go to work directly in research and development divisions of large corporations or government laboratories. These graduates usually specialize in electronics, physics, or solid-state physics. All engineering physics students take a common core of courses in physics, mathematics, chemistry, English, social sciences and humanities. In addition, each student selects one of four design concentrations depending on the focus he or she intends to pursue academically. The design concentrations are:

    89. PHYSICS
    physics. Barnaal, Dennis. ANALOG electronics FOR SCIENTIFIC APPLICATION.366 pages, $30.95 list; ISBN 088133-422-7. Nicely balanced
    PHYSICS Barnaal, Dennis ANALOG ELECTRONICS FOR SCIENTIFIC APPLICATION 366 pages, $30.95 list; ISBN Nicely balanced and workable, this introductory book emphasizes practical application of instrumentation, offers clear explanations with a minimum of mathematical analysis, includes a large number of review exercises and real-world problems in every chapter, and shows many examples that are worked out, clearly marked, and set off from the text. Topics are covered in an easy-to-read format and explanations are lucid. 1. Passive Components and Networks 2. Important Electronic Instruments 3. Transducers 4. Diodes and Power Supplies 5. Amplifier Behavior 6. Operational Amplifier and Electronic Function Blocks 7. Waveform-Shaping Circuits 8. Discrete Electronic Devices
    Barnaal, Dennis DIGITAL AND MICROPROCESSOR ELECTRONICS FOR SCIENTIFIC APPLICATION 384 pages, $30.95 list; ISBN 0-88133-421-9 Nicely balanced and workable, this introductory book emphasizes practical application of instrumentation, offers clear explanations with a minimum of mathematical analysis, includes a large number of review exercises and problems in every chapter, and shows many examples that are worked out, clearly marked, and set off from the text. Topics are covered in an easy-to-read format and explanations are lucid. 1. Digital Logic Elements

    90. University Of Athens - Electronics Laboratory
    The electronics Laboratory within the Applied physics Division hosts the oldestGraduate Programme in Systems and electronics in Greece, founded in 1956.
    The Electronics Laboratory within the Applied Physics Division hosts the oldest Graduate Programme in Systems and Electronics in Greece, founded in 1956. It provides undergraduate teaching and training in electronics, communications and computer-related subjects to the Department of Physics students, as well as a wide range of graduate research and teaching activities. The culmination of the teaching programme is a two-year Master of Science course offering two distinct professional qualifications in the fields of Communication Electronics and Electronics Automation. HOME /

    91. Physics Research, Institute Of Fundamental Sciences, Massey University
    Condensed Matter physics electronics and Instrumentation
    LIBRARY NEWS ... Coming Events Study with IFS



    Research at IFS



    ... IFS Employment Opportunities newsletter Chemistry alumni NZMS newsletter Resources Chemistry Mathematics Physics College of Sciences ... Compliance Check Sheets (staff only)
    Physics Research
    The Physics discipline has current research work in these areas:

    92. Central Electronics Group, Oxford Physics
    Central electronics Group based on level 4 of the Denys Wilkinson building in KebleRoad, provides a service in electronics to all sub departments of physics.
    Central Electronics Group
    Services Available
    Workshop Support Staff

    Projects Support Staff

    All Staff Highlights: The Central Electronics Group based on level 4 of the Denys Wilkinson building in Keble Road, provides a service in electronics to all sub departments of Physics. Please contact the workshop supervisor Ron Morton with your requests for electronic design, construction or repair. For specialist advice, contact the appropriate expert directly. An equipment loan pool service is available for the short term loan of a variety of test instruments. The Central Electronics Group has a wide range of specialist equipment for ASIC design, wire bonding and EMC testing which may be available. These are supported by a number of engineers and technicians who are seconded out to Physics projects but are willing to provide help and advice in their specialist areas. Feel free to visit the Central Electronics Group on level 4 to discuss your requirements. Click on the persons name for a photo or the Room No. for a location map. If there are any problems or the job is particularly urgent contact:- [Head of Central Electronics]
    Mr Johan Fopma
    Rm 460a
    phone: 73420

    93. COMSATS Institute Of Information Technology
    Faculty Department of physics / electronics. CIIT Wah has acquired theservices of highly qualified faculty who have achieved excellence
    Sunday, June 06, 2004 Faculty of Business Administration Faculty of Computer Sciences Faculty of Computer Engineering Faculty of Mathematics ... Technical Team
    Faculty: Department of Physics / Electronics
    CIIT Wah has acquired the services of highly qualified faculty who have achieved excellence in their fields and are highly respected as both teachers and researchers. Resources available at CIIT Wah Campus keep our faculty abreast of recent developments in their subjects. Dr. Rahim Dad Khan Associate Professor Mr. Badar Suleman Assistant Professor Mr. Sheraz Anjum Lecturer Mr. Shehzad Saleem Lecturer Mrs. Farah Abdullah Junior Lecturer Contact us Feed Back E-mail 2003 @ CIIT Wah

    94. Applied/Industrial Physics Co-op - Electronics And Modern Physics
    Applied/Industrial physics Coop Program with emphasis in Electronicsand Modern physics. There is a natural synergy between the
    Applied/Industrial Physics Co-op Program
    with emphasis in
    Electronics and Modern Physics
    There is a natural synergy between the fields of electrodynamics, solid state physics, and electrical engineering which this program is designed to take advantage of. Target employers are telecommunications and computer companies. Five work terms are scheduled, but only four are required to graduate with the Co-op designation on the applied/industrial physics degree. From experience elsewhere, approximately 50% of students graduating from such programs continue on to obtain a graduate degree in physics, while the remainder decide to make use of their job skills in industry.
    Suggested Class Schedule
    List of Approved Electronics Electives
    Each student must choose the appropriate number of electronics electives from the following list. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that they have the appropriate prerequisites for the courses they select. In some cases, a prerequisite waiver can be obtained for applied physics majors. Please see the applied physics co-op counsellor for further details. ENEL 387 - Microcomputer Systems Design ENEL 389 - Instrumentation ENEL 393 - Digital Communications ENEL 395 - Transmission Lines and Antennas ENEL 489 - Integrated Circuit Design ENEL 495 - Digital Signal Processing Back to the Physics Co-op Page.

    95. Physics/Electronics/Chemistry Kits - Science
    physics/electronics/Chemistry Kits. Capsela MaxOut Set 1000 by ClickTo Bookmark This Page! physics/electronics/Chemistry Kits.

    Shop by Age Ages 9 and Up Favorite Toy Categories for Ages 9 and Up ... Science Physics/Electronics/Chemistry Kits
    Physics/Electronics/Chemistry Kits
    Capsela Max-Out Set #1000 by Kidology
    Children will be fascinated and quickly master valuable science principles with this fun and intriguing Capsela set.
    Capsela MX Racer Set #200 by Kidology

    Children will have imaginative fun while learning about electric and mechanical energy.
    Capsela MX Trooper Set #400 by Kidology

    Kids can build a car to demonstrate force, a revolving robot, and even a speedboat, all while learning about gears, speed transformation, electricity, and buoyancy.
    Capsela Power Start Set #175 by Kidology

    The Capsela Power Start set is a fun way for kids to learn about motion energy, torque, and other concepts.
    Capsela Set #660 Aqua Explorer by Kidology

    Use the interlocking see-through parts in Aqua Explorer to create your own motorized amphibious vehicle. Capsela Set #73 Robot Racer by Kidology This fun introduction to simple robotics allows you to build the robot racer projects shown in the guide, then invent your own! Capsela Set#73 Robot Racer This fun introduction to simple robotics allows you to build the robot racer projects shown in the guide, then invent your own!

    96. Los Angeles Trade Technical College Title V
    constitute a Learning Community in which students will be able to enhance theirlearning of the fundamental concepts of electronics, physics and Mathematics.
    400 W. Washington Bl.
    Los Angeles, CA 90015
    ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGIES STUDENTS For more information contact the Electronics Department x3782. Class Section Time Day Rm Instructor Units Electronics Technology 111
    0480/Lec M E-216 Cyrus, S. Electronics Technology 112 0481/Lec TTh E-216 Cyrus, S. E lectronics Technology 113
    0482/Lab MTTh E-301 Cyrus, S. F Cyrus, S. Physics 14 W K-422 Hymowitz, V. Learning Skills 60B - Math Made Easy Through Electronics (NDA)
    ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGIES STUDENTS For more information contact the Electronics Department x3782.

    97. Physics : Faculty Of Science, The University Of Auckland, New Zealand
    Later years of study include material on electronics, detectors, transducers andother instrumentation, the physics of electronic devices, signal processing
    Programme in Geophysics The Wellesley Programme Career Opportunities Contacts
    Physics is perhaps the most basic of all sciences. Understanding the principles of physics and the laws of nature gives you an enhanced insight into the world around you. All of modern science and technology is underpinned by physics. A degree in physics will give you an understanding of the nature of matter combined with training in experimental methods and the mathematical analysis of physical processes. Definition of a Major in Physics: 6 points at Stage III in Physics or Geophysics, including:
    • 2 points from PHYSICS 315-355 a further 2 points from PHYSICS 315-355, GEOPHYS 330-333 at least 1 point from PHYSICS 390-396
    You should select your Stage I physics courses according to your background preparation in physics and the major subject or professional degree which you intend to pursue. There are seven first year Physics courses to choose from. Students who intend to major in the physical or mathematical sciences should take both PHYSICS 120 (Physics of Energy) and PHYSICS 150 (Physics of Technology). Both are taught on the City and Tamaki Campuses. In addition, such students are urged to take PHYSICS 130 (Properties of Matter).

    98. USB Physics: Atomic, Molecular, And Optical Physics, Quantum Electronics
    Atomic, Molecular, and Optical physics, Quantum electronics. see our new ResearchOpportunities Brochure. Quantum electronics, Atomic, and Molecular physics.
    Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics, Quantum Electronics
    [see our new Research Opportunities Brochure Optics and the optical sciences are among the most dynamic areas of physics. These topics have led to new fundamental insights into the study of matter, and its applications include communications, medicine, manufacturing, and even entertainment. At SUNY Stony Brook, research groups in departments including chemistry, electrical engineering, and the biological sciences are increasingly dependent on optical science and technology for furthering their missions. Long Island is host to several companies with optics as part or all of their business, including Northrup-Grumman and Symboltek. A number of faculty in the Physics Department at Stony Brook share an interest in the optical sciences, and their laboratories offer research opportunities for levels of students.
    Quantum Electronics, Atomic, and Molecular Physics
    Research programs in optics range include fundamental physics studies of

    99. Physics | Victoria University Of Wellington
    Postgraduate Qualifications in physics. Bachelor of Science (Honours); Masterof Science; PhD in physics; Graduate Diploma in Science (electronics, physics).
    Th . Consider upgrading to a newer browser. Prospective Students Working at Victoria Home Studying at Victoria ... Student Life You are here: Home Subjects and Degrees Subjects Physics Subjects and Degrees Subjects Offered at Victoria (A-Z List) Undergraduate Degrees Postgraduate Degrees ... Academic Prospectuses
    Select Another Subject. . . Accounting Anthropology Applied Linguistics Architectural Studies Architecture Art History Asian Languages Asian Studies Biological Sciences Biomedical Science Building Science Business Administration Cell and Molecular Bioscience Chemistry Chinese Classical Studies, Greek and Latin Commercial Law Communications Studies Comparative Literature Computer Science Conservation Biology Creative Writing Criminology Deaf Studies Design Design Studies Development Studies Drama Ecology and Biodiversity e-Commerce Econometrics Economic History Economics Education English Literature and Language Environmental Studies Ethics European Languages European Studies Film Finance Financial Mathematics French Gender and Women's Studies Geography Geology Geophysics German Greek History Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations Industrial Design Information Systems Information Technology Interior Architecture International Business Italian Japanese Landscape Architecture Latin Law Leisure and Heritage Studies

    100. FHH6 MSci Physics And Electronics
    MSci. physics and electronics. FHH6. 1, PHY103, Scientific Measurement, C,C,G. PHY-116, From Newton to Einstein, C, E. PHY-121, Mathematical TechniquesI, C, G.
    PHY-103 Scientific Measurement C C,G PHY-116 From Newton to Einstein C E PHY-121 Mathematical Techniques I C G MAT-100 Materials Science I (Properties of Matter) S A,G PHY-121 Mathematical Techniques I C G PHY-210 Electric and Magnetic Fields C E,H PHY-215 Quantum Physics C G ELE-203 Analogue Circuit Design (not 2003/2004) R
    PHY-101 Our Universe S A,D,G ELE-202 Digital Circuit Design S C,H PHY-216 Mathematical Techniques II C A,C,G PHY-217 Vibrations and Waves C E,H PHY-310 Electromagnetic Phenomena (not 2003/2004) R
    ELE-302 Telecoms Systems S D,A,E,F ELE-303 Electronic Devices and Applications S D,G ELE-374 Signals and Systems Theory S E,F ELE-335 Digital Systems Design S E,C ELE-404 Internet Applications S C PHY-214 Thermal and Kinetic Physics C E PHY-319 Quantum Mechanics A C A,C,E PHY-231 Nuclear Physics (not 2003/2004) S
    PHY-304 Physical Dynamics (not 2004/2005) S X,G ELE-366 Microwave and Optical Transmission S G,H ELE-465 Microprocessor Systems S C PHY-913 Physics Review Project C
    PHY-300 Synoptic Physics R
    PHY-310 Electromagnetic Phenomena (not 2003/2004) R
    PHY-413 Quantum Mechanics B R E,G

    Page 5     81-100 of 135    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | 7  | Next 20

    free hit counter