### College Of Natural Sciences Department Of Physics

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#### Introduction

The Department of Physics is where students learn and study about the meaning of all things in the universe. Physics is a discipline that understands natural phenomena, explains them objectively based on mathematics, and seeks the more intrinsic fundamental principles involved. Physics includes everything that exists in nature, from fine particles in very small worlds to a big and infinite universe structure. Therefore, physics is an important subject even in other Science and Engineering departments. Given this, it is not surprising that students graduating from the Physics department break new ground in diverse fields. This discipline is an essential course in many Science and Engineering departments.Physics is divided into theoretical physics and experimental physics. In theoretical physics, we aim to improve understanding of the world surrounding humans by mathematically studying the origin of the universe. Experimental physics aims to confirm the understanding of natural phenomena through verifications of theories in theoretical physics. Moreover, experimental physics develops methods to benefit the real life by applying more physical theories for industrial uses.

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#### Highlights

**Tradition of smaller academic groups**

The Department of Physics at Hanyang University has two small academic groups which have been traditionally passed down : Hava Action and Innercia. Hava Action aims to deeply understand physical phenomenon through experimental identification. Innercia aims to understand theoretical implementation and understanding of physical phenomenon through computer simulations. These two groups are so deeply rooted in tradition that even the professors currently working at the Physics department were members of the groups. Furthermore, every fall, they hold an academic seminar supported by the department for research that students want to carry out, and they also cooperate with Physics departments from other universities to hold a joint science seminar.

**Exceptional Faculty**

There are currently 22 professors in the Department of Physics at Hanyang University. The ratio of the number of students to the number of professors is about 15%. All the professors are passionate and sincere in teaching and conducting research. The Physics department strives to cultivate excellent physicists and competent experts in science and technology. When students go to Graduate School, they can venture into various other fields.

#### Outlook

Business | Electrical, Electronics, Semiconductor, Advanced Materials, Optical, Computer, Information and Communication, Materials, Radiation, Nondestructive, Aviation, Nuclear, etc. |
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Research Center | Researchers in electronics and telecommunications research institute (ETRI), agency for defense development senior, Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Research centers related to nuclear and energy, other affiliated research institutes, Physics Laboratory, Non-destructive Inspector etc. |

Academic Society | Professor, Researcher of Institute of large enterprise, Medical graduate school, Middle and high school physics teacher, etc. |

Technicians | Materials engineering engineers, electronic engineering technicians, mechanical engineering technicians, energy engineering technicians, system software developers, etc. |

YoungPak Lee / Research Professor | Yongsung Yoon / Professor |

Sang-Jin Sin / Professor | SONG SEOK HO / Professor |

Jin Pyo Hong / Professor | Cha-Hwan Oh / Professor |

Myoung-Jae Lee / Professor | Tschang-Uh Nahm / Professor |

Eun Kyu Kim / Professor | Cho Jun-Hyung / Professor |

Jinhyoung Lee / Professor | Hang Bae Kim / Professor |

Kim, Jae-yong / Professor | Lee, Seongjae / Professor |

CHEON BYUNG GU / Professor | Young-Geun Han / Professor |

Lee Kwang Geol / Associate Professor | Soonjae Moon / Associate Professor |

KIM TAE JEONG / Associate Professor | Jae-Hyuk Oh / Assistant Professor |

Sangmo Cheon / Assistant Professor | Joonha Kim / Adjunct Professor |

yoonseungeun / Adjunct Professor | Ra Oh Cheol / Adjunct Professor |

Lee Sukmock / Adjunct Professor | Xiao-Jia Chen / Adjunct Professor |

Park Chang Soo / Research Associate Professor | Kuk Jin Moon / Emeritus Professor |

김의훈 / Emeritus Professor | CHANG WOONG WU / Emeritus Professor |

한백형 / Emeritus Professor | LEE, HEE-JE / Emeritus Professor |

KIM, PILL SOO / Emeritus Professor | Kim-Chae Ok / Emeritus Professor |

Kim, Jung Gi / Emeritus Professor | Lee Chul Hoon / Emeritus Professor |

Lee, Hyun Kyu / Emeritus Professor | 설강희 / Post-Doc. |

최영선 / Post-Doc. | 부이쑤안쿠웬 / Post-Doc. |

Lunchakorn Tannukij / Post-Doc. | Cho, Wooram / Post-Doc. |

이유용 / IAB자문교수 | 김선기 / IAB자문교수 |

한기수 / IAB자문교수 | 임용일 / IAB자문교수 |

김은산 / IAB자문교수 | 박일흥 / IAB자문교수 |

Arijit Dutta / Post-Doc. | Junghwan Goh / Research Assistant Professor |

FRANCOIS BRIEUC ARNAUD L / Post-Doc. |

Year | Term | No. | Curriculum | Course | Credits-lecture-experiential learning | |
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1 | 1 | CHM1005 | General Chemistry & Experiment 1 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 3-3-2 | |

CHM105 General Chemistry and Lab 1 Aim to understand the structures and the properties of matters in micro- and macroscopic view. Introduction, stoichiometry and the mole concept, the behavior of gases, liquids and solids, thermochemistry, electronic structure of atoms and chemical bonding, descriptive chemistry of selected elements and compounds, chemical equilibrium. Lecture, lab, and discussion. Open to Freshmen. | ||||||

1 | 1 | CUL3011 | General Physics & Experiment 1 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 3-3-2 | |

This course is for the undergraduate students majoring in science- and engineering-fields. This course helps students to understand the basic concepts on mechanics, gravitation, periodic motion and waves, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics and statistical mechanics. It also makes them adept in solving the relevant problems. In each week the course is composed of 3-hour theory lecture and 2-hour lab experiments. Throughout the theory lectures, the students will learn how to understand various phenomena concerning forces and motions based on some fundamental principles and physical laws. The students can broaden their understanding of basic physical concepts by solving homework problems. In the lab experiments, the students get familiar with the scientific analysis methodology by performing the experiments that verify the proposed principles. | ||||||

1 | 1 | GEN2052 | Calculus 1 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 3-3-0 | |

Calculus is an essential knowledge for natural sciences and engineering. This course present the part of calculus which include taking limits, differentiating and integrating functions including a few transcendental ones and also deals with polar coordinate system, sequences and series. The aim of the course is to teach the students the basic concepts of mathematics and to train them so that they may be able to apply these basic concepts to various situations and may get used to scientific thinking. | ||||||

1 | 1 | GEN5029 | Career Development Ⅰ | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 1-1-0 | |

The course is aimed to help the freshmen to lay foundation on finding the best ways in which they make adjustment in college and understanding who they are and what vision that they could set for themselves in ever-changing knowledge-information society. Students will be able to do so through various seminars and counselling with their advisors. In so doing, students are expected to come up with Campus Road-map as well as Life Road-map at the end of the semester. Moreover, the course will maximize the efficiency of its offerings to the students with its strategic cooperation with HELP1 and Career Development Ⅰ, thereby it will set and develop the standard model for career development, while the course will help the students to prepare for Career II class offered in their junior year. | ||||||

1 | 1 | GEN6044 | Hanyang Community Service | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 1-0-2 | |

His career as a wide range of knowledge and lessons learned in the previous semester plan to explore in depth the process. Employment working in the industry of major interest to seniors invited to hear the information about the industry to prepare for what you need to learn knowhow. In addition, students who already have a job that aim to visit seniors plan their careers and the skills necessary to equip determined to develop a career that any plan. | ||||||

1 | 1 | SYH0001 | HUMAN LEADERSHIP | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-2-0 | |

Hanyang Leadership(HELP: Hanyang Essential Leadership Plus) is the leadership development program of Hanyang University that "helps" Hanyang students to be CEOs. The first step of this program, Human Leadership(HELP1) is a course offered to freshmen students. It is focused on helping them establish characters and values. By enhancing their humanistic sensitivities and knowledge they learn core values and leadership. Students discover themselves through HELP1 and are able to decide what kind of person they want to be. HELP1 helps students establish their values and prepare them to be balanced leaders who can adjust to new environments. | ||||||

1 | 1 | CHM1055 | GENERAL CEMISTRY & EXPERIMENTⅠ | Basic Major | 4-3-2 | |

Aim to understand the structures and the properties of matters in micro- and macroscopic view. Introduction, stoichiometry and the mole concept, the behavior of gases, liquids and solids, thermochemistry, electronic structure of atoms and chemical bonding, descriptive chemistry of selected elements and compounds, chemical equilibrium. Lecture, lab, and discussion. Open to Freshmen. | ||||||

1 | 1 | CUL0011 | Creative Computing | Compulsory General Studies | 3-1-2 | |

For students of no experience in computer programming area, the fundamental concepts and the methods of application of a computer programming language will be studied and learned by going through a developing process of a simple computer game from the bottom using "Python", very easy programming language to start. By inducing students to discuss freely and have question and answer sessions briskly about questions coming to mind during developing computer programs in practice, students will acquire computer programming understandings. Then the purpose of this course is to develop their ability to produce creative ideas in fusion technique for their major area in highly information-oriented society. | ||||||

1 | 1 | GEN2052 | Calculus 1 | Basic Major | 3-3-0 | |

Calculus is an essential knowledge for natural sciences and engineering. This course present the part of calculus which include taking limits, differentiating and integrating functions including a few transcendental ones and also deals with polar coordinate system, sequences and series. The aim of the course is to teach the students the basic concepts of mathematics and to train them so that they may be able to apply these basic concepts to various situations and may get used to scientific thinking. | ||||||

1 | 1 | GEN5029 | Career Development Ⅰ | Compulsory General Studies | 1-1-0 | |

The ‘seminar for freshman students’ aims to cover the following aspects: etiquettes of the university life; how to use the university facilities; how to improve oneself and provision of ideal ways to utilize the student period. It aims to broaden the 1st year students’ point of view to their majors as well as the university life in general. The lecture will discuss studying skill including taking notes, taking exams, time management and subject enrollment in order to guide students to achieve an ideal studying pattern and further to set up a career path. It will also deal with basic information about diverse study areas, domestic and international social issues and career development. | ||||||

1 | 1 | PHY1005 | GENERAL PHYSICS & EXPERIMENT Ⅰ | Basic Major | 4-3-2 | |

This course is for the undergraduate students majoring in science- and engineering-fields. This course helps students to understand the basic concepts on mechanics, gravitation, periodic motion and waves, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics and statistical mechanics. It also makes them adept in solving the relevant problems. In each week the course is composed of 3-hour theory lecture and 2-hour lab experiments. Throughout the theory lectures, the students will learn how to understand various phenomena concerning forces and motions based on some fundamental principles and physical laws. The students can broaden their understanding of basic physical concepts by solving homework problems. In the lab experiments, the students get familiar with the scientific analysis methodology by performing the experiments that verify the proposed principles. | ||||||

1 | 1 | SYH0001 | Love in deed and truth1(Hanyang Nanum) | Compulsory General Studies | 2-2-0 | |

Hanyang Leadership(HELP: Hanyang Essential Leadership Plus) is the leadership development program of Hanyang University that "helps" Hanyang students to be CEOs. The first step of this program, Hanyang Leadership(HELP1) is the core course for freshmen. This course is composed of 3 parts, "pride in Hanyang", "core values in global society" and "life planning". In "pride in Hanyang" students will review the history, values and vision of Hanyang University. In "core values in global society" students will study 6 core values and case study on the core values of global companys. In "life planning" students will reflect on their history and present and develop the vision and mission statement. | ||||||

1 | 2 | BIO1069 | GENERAL BIOLOGY AND EXPERIMENT | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 3-3-2 | |

Fundamental facts and concepts of the structures, functions, heredity, evolution, and ecology of organisms. Observation of the functions and structures of plants and animals through the use of microscopes. Required for the Premedical Program. | ||||||

1 | 2 | CUL0005 | Korean Speaking and Writing | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 3-3-0 | |

This course is to understand about the culture of the moderns, can be represented in the speaking and writing skills and a free imagination, and creative and critical reason for celebration. In addition, students can participate in lectures and presentations, a discussion of the end of class for free and a variety of writing and the correct writing of the progress and lessons will be conducted. Subjective reason ability and come in a variety of situations, each student through this class so that you can be a true and accurate communication, speaking and writing skills will be able to exert. | ||||||

1 | 2 | CUL3012 | General Physics & Experiment 2 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 3-3-2 | |

The goal of this course is to make you familiar, at the conceptual and basic problem-solving level, with the physics of electricity, magnetism, heat, and waves, optics and modern physics. The basic philosophy of CUL3012 can be summarized as follows: The approaches used to achieve these goals involve 1) lectures to interactively discuss and demonstrate the principles, 2) laboratory experiments allowing you to actively explore these principles, and 3) interaction with instructors in discussion sections to provide one-on-one help with concepts and problem solving. | ||||||

1 | 2 | GEN2053 | Calculus 2 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 3-3-0 | |

This course is a continuation of CALCULUS1, which aims at preparing the students for their study in their respective major subjects in natural sciences or engineering by equipping them with the knowledge of calculus and some basics of analytic geometry so that they may have the necessary mathematical background and the ability to take logical approaches when they confront the various problems in their study. The course presents the part of calculus and analytic geometry which include linear algebra, matrices and systems of linear equations, functions of several variables, partial differentiation, double integration and vector calculus, which are more advanced subjects then those of CALCULUS1. | ||||||

1 | 2 | GEN4091 | Philosophical Understanding of Science and Technology | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 3-3-0 | |

This course aims to survey some important theoretical results recently obtained in science and technology studies. We will carefully examine a number of concrete case studies studied by scholars from philosophy of science and technology, sociology of science and technology, and history of science and technology. The students taking the course shall learn various aspects of modern science and technology in the context of modern society. They shall appreciate how modern science and technology from the nineteenth century has come to manifest a number of its unique features, which can be clearly distinguished from the science and technology of even, the eighteenth century. We will discuss in the class the significance of differences for proper understanding of science and technology of our time. The course will also encourage more interactions between humanities and natural sciences so that we can make well-informed and reasonable decisions concerning complicated issues which are so common in our multi-layered society. The target audience of the course is students studying natural sciences and/or engineering. The contents of the course will be stylized each term, considering the student';s needs and backgrounds. | ||||||

1 | 2 | BIO1069 | GENERAL BIOLOGY AND EXPERIMENT | Basic Major | 4-3-2 | |

Fundamental facts and concepts of the structures, functions, heredity, evolution, and ecology of organisms. Observation of the functions and structures of plants and animals through the use of microscopes. Required for the Premedical Program. | ||||||

1 | 2 | CUL0005 | Korean Speaking and Writing | Compulsory General Studies | 3-3-0 | |

Through kiscussion this course ask the following questions: (1) What is free associaton?; (2) How do you compose and make a text? How do you talk about a certain issue?; (3) What is rational and logical thought?; (4) How do you enhance originality and rationlity? The course help students acquire an understanding of text and composition. | ||||||

1 | 2 | GEN2053 | Calculus 2 | Basic Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course is a continuation of CALCULUS1, which aims at preparing the students for their study in their respective major subjects in natural sciences or engineering by equipping them with the knowledge of calculus and some basics of analytic geometry so that they may have the necessary mathematical background and the ability to take logical approaches when they confront the various problems in their study. The course presents the part of calculus and analytic geometry which include linear algebra, matrices and systems of linear equations, functions of several variables, partial differentiation, double integration and vector calculus, which are more advanced subjects then those of CALCULUS1. | ||||||

1 | 2 | GEN4091 | Philosophical Understanding of Science and Technology | Compulsory General Studies | 3-3-0 | |

This course aims to cultivate among students the comprehensive understanding of science and technology in modern society, employing philosophical methods and concepts. To do this, the course offers a survey of some important theoretical results recently obtained in science and technology studies. We will carefully examime a number of concrete case-studies, ranging from the electrification of America, quantum revolution to the introduction of western science to traditional Korea. We will then discuss the intrinsic nature of modern science and technology as well as its socio-cultural aspects in the context of modern society. Students who take the course shall appreciate how modern science and technology from the nineteenth century has come to manifest a number of unique characteristics, which can be clearly distinguished from the science and technology of even, the eighteenth century. We will discuss in the class the significance of this difference. The course will also highlights the importance of dialogue between experts with different background and encourage more interactions between humanities and natural sciences, so that we can make well-informed and reasonable decisions concerning complicated issues which are so common in our multi-layered society. | ||||||

1 | 2 | PHY1006 | GENERAL PHYSICS & EXPERIMENTⅡ | Basic Major | 4-3-2 | |

The goal of this course is to make you familiar, at the conceptual and basic problem-solving level, with the physics of electricity, magnetism, heat, and waves, optics and modern physics. The basic philosophy of CUL312 can be summarized as follows: The approaches used to achieve these goals involve 1) lectures to interactively discuss and demonstrate the principles, 2) laboratory experiments allowing you to actively explore these principles, and 3) interaction with instructors in discussion sections to provide one-on-one help with concepts and problem solving. | ||||||

2 | 1 | MAT2023 | Linear Algebra 1 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

Westudythefundamentalconceptsofvectors,basesandfinitdimensionalvectorspaces,lineartransformations,matrcesandlineartransformations,thefundamentalconceptsofmatrices,andsystemoflinearequations. | ||||||

2 | 1 | PHY2008 | Modern Physics | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course covers special relativity, the duality of particles and waves, and quantum mechanics founded by Schroedinger. Through various simple toy models, the concept and methods of quanytum mechanics are introduced. Finally, the simple harmonic oscillator and hydrogen atom are examined by Schroedinger equation. | ||||||

2 | 1 | PHY2009 | Earth Science | Core Major | 2-2-0 | |

This course provides an basic understanding of phenomena which take place in the earth's interior, surface, atmosphere and also space surrouding the earth in perspective of physics. | ||||||

2 | 1 | PHY2027 | Mechanics Experiment | Core Major | 2-0-4 | |

Laboratory course in mechanics designed for sophomores of physics majors. Advanced experiments using air tracks and rotary motion sensors to study Newton's second law, work and force, energy conservation, linear and angular momentum conservation, rigid body dynamics, and nonlinear and chaotic behavior . Co-requisite: Classical Mechanics and Exercises I | ||||||

2 | 1 | PHY2070 | CLASSICAL MECHANICS 1 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

The main content of this course is the classical treatment of the general principle of mechanics. Based on the knowledge of General Physics and Calculus obtained in the freshmen course, the motion of point particle and the system of particles are discussed using the Newton`s Law of Motion and the basics of vector analysis will be treated. Then various physical phenomena, including oscilltion, conservative system and collisions, will be discussed. The gravity will be discussed together with the concept of field, which is important in understanding the modern physics. Those who want to take the course of Classical Mechanics 2 should take this course in advance. | ||||||

2 | 1 | PHY3007 | Mathematical Physics 1 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

Mathematical Physics aims at helping students in physic major to grasp the key concepts of mathematical methods and to train themselves to develop skills to solve problems in various area of physics. This lecture covers topics at the basic level such as infinite series, complex variables, linear algebra, partial differentiation and vector analysis. | ||||||

2 | 1 | PHY3026 | Computational Physics | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

It's intended for the students to be familiar with computational methods to solve various physical problems which are difficult to be solved analytically or difficult to be realized experimentally. Elementary C or Fortran language, unix commands, internet usage, and basic numerical analysis are treated also. | ||||||

2 | 1 | PHY2008 | Modern Physics | Basic Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course covers special relativity, the duality of particles and waves, and quantum mechanics founded by Schroedinger. Through various simple toy models, the concept and methods of quanytum mechanics are introduced. Finally, the simple harmonic oscillator and hydrogen atom are examined by Schroedinger equation. | ||||||

2 | 1 | PHY2027 | Mechanics Experiment | Basic Major | 2-0-4 | |

Laboratory course in mechanics designed for sophomores of physics majors. Advanced experiments using air tracks and rotary motion sensors to study Newton's second law, work and force, energy conservation, linear and angular momentum conservation, rigid body dynamics, and nonlinear and chaotic behavior . Co-requisite: Classical Mechanics and Exercises I | ||||||

2 | 1 | PHY2070 | CLASSICAL MECHANICS 1 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

The main content of this course is the classical treatment of the general principle of mechanics. Based on the knowledge of General Physics and Calculus obtained in the freshmen course, the motion of point particle and the system of particles are discussed using the Newton`s Law of Motion and the basics of vector analysis will be treated. Then various physical phenomena, including oscilltion, conservative system and collisions, will be discussed. The gravity will be discussed together with the concept of field, which is important in understanding the modern physics. Those who want to take the course of Classical Mechanics 2 should take this course in advance. | ||||||

2 | 1 | PHY3019 | Mathematical Physics | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

Mathematical Physics aims at helping students in physic major to grasp the key concepts of mathematical methods and to train themselves to develop skills to solve problems in various area of physics. This lecture covers topics at the basic level such as infinite series, complex variables, linear algebra, partial differentiation and vector analysis. | ||||||

2 | 2 | GEN6032 | PROFESSIONAL ACADEMIC ENGLISH | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 3-3-0 | |

The Professional Academic English for students at Hanyang University focuses on the development of the oral and written communication skills, which are required in the globalized world community. The course aims to help students develop the competencies that are required in their future studies and career: professional knowledge, interpersonal and communicative competences. The course requires the students to develop creative problem solving skills. For this, the students perform various tasks by investigating and analyzing engineering topics as well as developing solutions. The students’ communication and negotiation skills are systematically supported by language skill development such as learning academic forms and structures of the language that are used in formal oral presentations and essays. The expected course outcome is that students are able to write academic reports, participate in discussions and make oral presentations in English on their major topics. Throughout the course, the students are encouraged to explore various major-related topics, to conduct systematic problem analyses, and to collaborate for creative problem solutions. Classroom activities mainly focus on the oral presentation and writing skills, and the preparatory activities of the essay writing. The course requires the students to make three oral presentations and write three essays in English on their major-related topics. Students are required to make a portfolio of their work, to be submitted and assessed. This will be discussed in class. Professional Academic English (PAE) is a required course for all HYU students that develops students’ academic presentation and writing skills using major-related content. Instruction will focus on the concepts and strategies needed in order to both organize and deliver a presentation, along with informal and formal opportunities to practice them. Students will also learn to improve their academic writing through assignments that require the dem | ||||||

2 | 2 | MAT2024 | Linear Algebra 2 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

Scalarproducts,orthogonalbases,bilinearmapsandmatrices,symmetric,Hermiteandunitaryoperator,eigenvaluesandeigenvectors,characteristicpolynomial,diagonalization,polynomialsandmatrices,triangulationofmatricesandlinearmaps. | ||||||

2 | 2 | PHY2031 | Electronic Devices and Circuit | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

The goal of this course is to make students familiar with the underlying physics of basic electronic devices and circuits. The main topics of this course are DC and AC circuits, AC circuit analysis using complex number calculation, basic principles of diodes, semiconductors, transistors, and OP amps. This course is the prerequisite for 'Electronic devices and circuits lab.' Students are required to have some basic concepts of complex numbers. | ||||||

2 | 2 | PHY2071 | CLASSICAL MECHANICS 2 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course is for the student who already took Classical Mechanics 1 successfully to teach them the more fundamental principle of classical mechanics. The Lagrange equation and Hamilton's equation based on the Hamiltons principle will be discussed in detail for the application to the physical phenomena. The motion of the rigid body will be discussed in detail with the help of matrix algebra. The physics of continuous media, coupled oscillation and the wave motion will be studied systematically using the basic principle of classical mechanics. The modification of the classical mechanics due to the principle of special relativity and its implications are discussed. | ||||||

2 | 2 | PHY3005 | Electromagnetism 1 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

Review simply the differentiation and the integration of vector, necessary for electromagnetism. Understand Gauss law for static electric field and equation for conservative force, from Coulomb's law for point charge. Lrearn about Poisson equation of scalar elecric potential and boundry conditions for electric field. By using various solutions of Laplace equation, practice the procedure to solve Poisson equation by applying the appropriate boundary conditions. In addition, teach about the microscopic understanding of dielectric matters, the macroscopic treatments, electric energy, and dc circuit. | ||||||

2 | 2 | PHY3008 | Mathematical Physics 2 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

Mathematical Physics aims at helping students in physic major to grasp the key concepts of mathematical methods and to train themselves to develop skills to solve problems in various area of physics. This lecture covers topics at the basic level such as infinite series, complex variables, linear algebra, partial differentiation and vector analysis. | ||||||

2 | 2 | PHY3031 | Modern Physics Experiment | Core Major | 2-0-4 | |

Laboratory course in Modern Physics designed for sophomores of physics majors. Main subjects are Plank constant measurement, Franck-Hertz experiment, Compton scattering, Duality of wave and particle, measurement of e/m, and analysis of crystal structure by x-ray diffraction pattern. Prerequisite: Modern Physics I | ||||||

2 | 2 | SYH0002 | GLOBAL LEADERSHIP | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-2-0 | |

Hanyang Leadership(HELP: Hanyang Essential Leadership Plus) is the leadership development program of Hanyang University that "helps" Hanyang students to be CEOs. The second step of this program, Global Leadership(HELP2) is the core course for sophomores. In the 21st century, we are moving into a global society where all countries are interconnected. Everything is changing at the speed of light. Competition is increasing. Digital convergence is occurring. Global leaders are the key to success for all organizations. In the global society, you can prepare for your future through HELP2. The purpose of HELP is to prepare students to be global leaders for the next generation. HELP2 teaches students: Global Leadership, Global Paradigm, Global Literacy, Global Manners and Global Mindset. Hanyang University students will be global leaders through HELP2. | ||||||

2 | 2 | GEN6032 | PROFESSIONAL ACADEMIC ENGLISH | Compulsory General Studies | 3-3-0 | |

The Professional Academic English for students at Hanyang University focuses on the development of the oral and written communication skills, which are required in the globalized world community. The course aims to help students develop the competencies that are required in their future studies and career: professional knowledge, interpersonal and communicative competences. The course requires the students to develop creative problem solving skills. For this, the students perform various tasks by investigating and analyzing engineering topics as well as developing solutions. The students’ communication and negotiation skills are systematically supported by language skill development such as learning academic forms and structures of the language that are used in formal oral presentations and essays. The expected course outcome is that students are able to write academic reports, participate in discussions and make oral presentations in English on their major topics. Throughout the course, the students are encouraged to explore various major-related topics, to conduct systematic problem analyses, and to collaborate for creative problem solutions. Classroom activities mainly focus on the oral presentation and writing skills, and the preparatory activities of the essay writing. The course requires the students to make three oral presentations and write three essays in English on their major-related topics. Students are required to make a portfolio of their work, to be submitted and assessed. This will be discussed in class. | ||||||

2 | 2 | PHY2031 | Electronic Devices and Circuit | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

The goal of this course is to make students familiar with the underlying physics of basic electronic devices and circuits. The main topics of this course are DC and AC circuits, AC circuit analysis using complex number calculation, basic principles of diodes, semiconductors, transistors, and OP amps. This course is the prerequisite for 'Electronic devices and circuits lab.' Students are required to have some basic concepts of complex numbers. | ||||||

2 | 2 | PHY2071 | CLASSICAL MECHANICS 2 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course is for the student who already took Classical Mechanics 1 successfully to teach them the more fundamental principle of classical mechanics. The Lagrange equation and Hamilton's equation based on the Hamiltons principle will be discussed in detail for the application to the physical phenomena. The motion of the rigid body will be discussed in detail with the help of matrix algebra. The physics of continuous media, coupled oscillation and the wave motion will be studied systematically using the basic principle of classical mechanics. The modification of the classical mechanics due to the principle of special relativity and its implications are discussed. | ||||||

2 | 2 | PHY3005 | Electromagnetism 1 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

Review simply the differentiation and the integration of vector, necessary for electromagnetism. Understand Gauss law for static electric field and equation for conservative force, from Coulomb's law for point charge. Lrearn about Poisson equation of scalar elecric potential and boundry conditions for electric field. By using various solutions of Laplace equation, practice the procedure to solve Poisson equation by applying the appropriate boundary conditions. In addition, teach about the microscopic understanding of dielectric matters, the macroscopic treatments, electric energy, and dc circuit. | ||||||

2 | 2 | PHY3031 | Modern Physics Experiment | Core Major | 2-0-4 | |

Laboratory course in Modern Physics designed for sophomores of physics majors. Main subjects are Plank constant measurement, Franck-Hertz experiment, Compton scattering, Duality of wave and particle, measurement of e/m, and analysis of crystal structure by x-ray diffraction pattern. Prerequisite: Modern Physics I | ||||||

2 | 2 | SYH0002 | GLOBAL LEADERSHIP | Compulsory General Studies | 2-2-0 | |

Hanyang Leadership(HELP: Hanyang Essential Leadership Plus) is the leadership development program of Hanyang University that "helps" Hanyang students to be CEOs. The second step of this program, Hanyang Leadership(HELP2) is the core course for Sophomores. In the 21st century, we are moving into a global soceity where all countries are interconnected. Everything is changing at the speed of light. Competition is increasing. Digital Convergence is occurring. Global leaders are the key to success for all organizations. In a global soceity, you can prepare for your future through HELP2. The purpose of HELP is to prepare students to be global leaders for the next generation. HELP2 teaches students: Global Leadership, Global Paradigm, Global Literacy, Global Manners, and Global Mindset. Hanyang university students will be global leaders through HELP2. | ||||||

3 | 1 | PHY2022 | Electronic Devices and Circuit Lab. | Core Major | 2-0-4 | |

Laboratory course in Electronic devices and circuits for junior students of physics majors. Main experimental subjects are making 'your own' power supply, DC/AC characteristics of LRC circuits, diode circuits, transistor circuits, OP amp circuits, and basic logic circuits. Prerequisite: Electronic Devices and Circuits | ||||||

3 | 1 | PHY3006 | Electromagnetism 2 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

To understand Ampere's law for static magnetic field and equation for no point magnetic charge from Biot-Savart's law by steady current. To teach the microscopic understanding of magnetic matters and the macroscopic treatments. To practice the magnetic field around superconductor and the procedure for solution of magnetic scalar potential in the region without current by using various solutions and boundary conditions for Laplace equation, which were already taught through the course Electromagnetism 1. To show that Ampere's law works only for steady current, and understand displacement current from the law of current conservation. To teach magnetic induction, Faraday's law, magnetic energy, and ac current. To derive Poynting vector from Maxwell's equations and the equation for energy conservation, and to obtain wave equation for electromagnetic field. | ||||||

3 | 1 | PHY3015 | Physical Optics | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

In hte first part, concept of geometrical optics is introduced. Light reflection and refraction are characterized by paraxial approximation, and optical aberration theory is also introduced as a basic level. In the sencond part, concept of wave optics is discussed with Maxwell equations. Light superposition and interference, polarization, and other light properties are summarized. | ||||||

3 | 1 | PHY3029 | Thermal & Statistical Physics 1 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

Statistical mechanics is an indispensable tool for studying physical properties of matter in bulk on the basis of the dynamical behavior of its microscopic constituents. We study the fundamantal connection between the microscopic and the macroscopic descriptions of the systems which are composed of many particles. | ||||||

3 | 1 | PHY3032 | Quantum Mechanics 1 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

Quantum mechanics is basic material in understanding atoms, molecules, and the micro-world smaller than them. The purpose of a course "Introduction to Quantum Physics" is to make student learn about the basic postulates of quantum mechanics and the mathematical knowledges necessary to realize them, understand the results of quantum mechanics for simple cases, and thereby be ready to understand the complex real micro-world. The course consists as follows. The historical emergence of quantum physics, Wave-particle duality, Basic postulates of quantum mechanics and mathematical knowledges to realize them, Solving Schrodinger equation for simple cases and deduction of the general results of quantum mechanics, Solving the same problem by operator method, and Angular momentum quantization and Hydrogen atom problem which are bases for understanding the real atom. | ||||||

3 | 1 | PHY3063 | ADVANCED MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Advanced Mathematical Physics provides comprehensive and systematic understanding of various mathemetical tools to help college students in physics major to solve problems in various fields of physics. It covers advanced topics including differential equations, gamma functions, Bessel functions, Legendre functions, Fourier series, integral transformations, integral equations, and calculus of variations. | ||||||

3 | 1 | TEA5010 | Physics Educational Theories on Subject | --Major for Teacher Certifica-- | 3-3-0 | |

Arrangement and summarization of contents of subject matter, methods necessary in class, and theoretical and practical matters in teaching physics-material development. | ||||||

3 | 1 | TEA5021 | Science Educational Theories on Subject | --Major for Teacher Certifica-- | 3-3-0 | |

Subjecects are the theory and applications of science, problems in the teaching classes, background of the science experiment, and improvement of educational skill in the science classes. | ||||||

3 | 1 | PHY2022 | Electronic Devices and Circuit Lab. | Core Major | 2-0-4 | |

Laboratory course in Electronic devices and circuits for junior students of physics majors. Main experimental subjects are making 'your own' power supply, DC/AC characteristics of LRC circuits, diode circuits, transistor circuits, OP amp circuits, and basic logic circuits. Prerequisite: Electronic Devices and Circuits | ||||||

3 | 1 | PHY3006 | Electromagnetism 2 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

To understand Ampere's law for static magnetic field and equation for no point magnetic charge from Biot-Savart's law by steady current. To teach the microscopic understanding of magnetic matters and the macroscopic treatments. To practice the magnetic field around superconductor and the procedure for solution of magnetic scalar potential in the region without current by using various solutions and boundary conditions for Laplace equation, which were already taught through the course Electromagnetism 1. To show that Ampere's law works only for steady current, and understand displacement current from the law of current conservation. To teach magnetic induction, Faraday's law, magnetic energy, and ac current. To derive Poynting vector from Maxwell's equations and the equation for energy conservation, and to obtain wave equation for electromagnetic field. | ||||||

3 | 1 | PHY3015 | Physical Optics | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

In hte first part, concept of geometrical optics is introduced. Light reflection and refraction are characterized by paraxial approximation, and optical aberration theory is also introduced as a basic level. In the sencond part, concept of wave optics is discussed with Maxwell equations. Light superposition and interference, polarization, and other light properties are summarized. | ||||||

3 | 1 | PHY3029 | Thermal & Statistical Physics 1 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

Statistical mechanics is an indispensable tool for studying physical properties of matter in bulk on the basis of the dynamical behavior of its microscopic constituents. We study the fundamantal connection between the microscopic and the macroscopic descriptions of the systems which are composed of many particles. | ||||||

3 | 1 | PHY3032 | Quantum Mechanics 1 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

Quantum mechanics is basic material in understanding atoms, molecules, and the micro-world smaller than them. The purpose of a course "Introduction to Quantum Physics" is to make student learn about the basic postulates of quantum mechanics and the mathematical knowledges necessary to realize them, understand the results of quantum mechanics for simple cases, and thereby be ready to understand the complex real micro-world. The course consists as follows. The historical emergence of quantum physics, Wave-particle duality, Basic postulates of quantum mechanics and mathematical knowledges to realize them, Solving Schrodinger equation for simple cases and deduction of the general results of quantum mechanics, Solving the same problem by operator method, and Angular momentum quantization and Hydrogen atom problem which are bases for understanding the real atom. | ||||||

3 | 1 | PHY3063 | ADVANCED MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Advanced Mathematical Physics provides comprehensive and systematic understanding of various mathemetical tools to help college students in physics major to solve problems in various fields of physics. It covers advanced topics including differential equations, gamma functions, Bessel functions, Legendre functions, Fourier series, integral transformations, integral equations, and calculus of variations. | ||||||

3 | 1 | TEA5021 | Science Educational Theories on Subject | --Major for Teacher Certifica-- | 3-3-0 | |

Subjecects are the theory and applications of science, problems in the teaching classes, background of the science experiment, and improvement of educational skill in the science classes. | ||||||

3 | 2 | GEN5100 | Career Development II (Portfolio and Business model Creation) | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 1-1-0 | |

This course is opened to the juniors. It will help students to evaluate the road-maps that students designed in Career I class, determine their competency in terms of making a career-decision, and set a concrete direction on how to prepare for jobs when they graduate. Students who are enrolled in the class will have to submit an individual portfolio at the end of the semester. The portfolio will have to be based on students’ counseling with their advisors and what they learn in class. Additionally, the course will maximize the efficiency of its offerings to the students with its strategic cooperation with HELP 3 (an on-line required course) and Career Development II, thereby it will set and develop the standard model for career development, while the course will feature as an advanced course for Career Development I offered for freshmen. | ||||||

3 | 2 | PHY2033 | Physics Seminar 1 | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

The students select interesting topics by themselves and under the guide of advisor they study the subjects in detail. The results are given as seminar talks for discussions. Also the students should participate the regular department seminars for the recent advancements in the current research fields. | ||||||

3 | 2 | PHY3016 | Optics Experiment | Core Major | 2-0-4 | |

Experimetally, one learns several concepts of light and mater interactions. Main subjects in the experiments are as follow: 1. Fresnel Equations 2. Polarization 3. Diffraction 4. Inferference 5. Spatial Frequency filtering 6. Holography - Measurement : tool management based on Labview | ||||||

3 | 2 | PHY3024 | Applied Optics | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Light is a Ray (Geometrical Optics) 1. Nature of light 2. Production and measurement of light 3. Geometrical optics 4. Matrix methods in paraxial optics 5. Aberration theory 6. Optical instrumentation 27. optical properties of materials Light is a Wave (Physical Optics) 8. Wave equations 9. Superposition of waves 10. Interference of light 11. Optical interferometry 12. Coherence 13. Holography 14. Matrix treatment of polarization 15. Production of polarized light 25. Fourier optics 16. Fraunhofer diffraction 17. The diffraction grating 18. Fresnel diffraction 19. Theory of multilayer films 20. Fresnel equations * Evanescent waves 26. Nonlinear optics | ||||||

3 | 2 | PHY3030 | Thermal & Statistical Physics 2 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

Statistical mechanics is an indispensable tool for studying physical properties of matter in bulk on the basis of the dynamical behavior of its microscopic constituents. We study the fundamantal connection between the microscopic and the macroscopic descriptions of the systems which are composed of many particles. | ||||||

3 | 2 | PHY3033 | Quantum Mechanics 2 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

Quantum mechanics is basic material in understanding atoms, molecules, and the micro-world smaller than them. The purpose of a course "Quantum Physics 2" is to fully understand the real electron and atom, many particle system, based on what is learned in the course "Quantum Physics 1". The course consists of the Electron spin, Time independent perturbation theory, Real hydrogen atom, Many particle system and identical particle problem, and Atoms and Molecules. | ||||||

3 | 2 | PHY4009 | Theory of Relativity | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course aims mainly at deep understanding of the contents of the theory of special relativity. The concept of relativity in the Newtonian classical mechanics is first considered and then the background for the appearance of the theory of special relativity is reviewed through the study of the Michelson-Morley experiment and others. Next, the special relativistic kinematics and dynamics are studied and it is shown that the principle of special relativity is immanent in the electromagnetism. Finally the concept of general relativity is briefly introduced. | ||||||

3 | 2 | SYH0003 | ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND BUSINESS LEADERSHIP | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-2-0 | |

Businesss Leadership (HELP 3) program is a course for juniors, which aims to help students 1) understand principles of capitalism and market economy and learn common sense in relation to economy and finance, 2) learn principles and nature of corporations and how to develop a critical view toward them, and 3) acquire an administrative mind through self-management. | ||||||

3 | 2 | TEA3030 | PHYSICS LOGIC AND ESSAY WRITING | --Major for Teacher Certifica-- | 2-2-0 | |

This course is specially developed as writing education related to physics for preservice teachers of physics education. The goal of class activity provides them to strengthen students' ability to understand fundamental principle and phenomena, and to properly foster their reflection on issues in physics education. In this workshop, students' writing will be reviewed and corrected to evaluate whether their writing is well organized and whether their arguments are reasonable. | ||||||

3 | 2 | TEA3045 | Science Logic and Essay Writing | --Major for Teacher Certifica-- | 2-2-0 | |

This course is designed to teach logical thinking and writing on science experiments. Students are required to practice logical thinking when they draw conclusions from science data sets. At the same time they need to express their thoughts in writing. | ||||||

3 | 2 | GEN5100 | Career Development II (Portfolio and Business model Creation) | Compulsory General Studies | 1-1-0 | |

His career as a wide range of knowledge and lessons learned in the previous semester plan to explore in depth the process. Employment working in the industry of major interest to seniors invited to hear the information about the industry to prepare for what you need to learn knowhow. In addition, students who already have a job that aim to visit seniors plan their careers and the skills necessary to equip determined to develop a career that any plan. | ||||||

3 | 2 | PHY3016 | Optics Experiment | Core Major | 2-0-4 | |

Experimetally, one learns several concepts of light and mater interactions. Main subjects in the experiments are as follow: 1. Fresnel Equations 2. Polarization 3. Diffraction 4. Inferference 5. Spatial Frequency filtering 6. Holography - Measurement : tool management based on Labview | ||||||

3 | 2 | PHY3024 | Applied Optics | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Light is a Ray (Geometrical Optics) 1. Nature of light 2. Production and measurement of light 3. Geometrical optics 4. Matrix methods in paraxial optics 5. Aberration theory 6. Optical instrumentation 27. optical properties of materials Light is a Wave (Physical Optics) 8. Wave equations 9. Superposition of waves 10. Interference of light 11. Optical interferometry 12. Coherence 13. Holography 14. Matrix treatment of polarization 15. Production of polarized light 25. Fourier optics 16. Fraunhofer diffraction 17. The diffraction grating 18. Fresnel diffraction 19. Theory of multilayer films 20. Fresnel equations * Evanescent waves 26. Nonlinear optics | ||||||

3 | 2 | PHY3026 | Computational Physics | Extended Major | 3-1-4 | |

It's intended for the students to be familiar with computational methods to solve various physical problems which are difficult to be solved analytically or difficult to be realized experimentally. Elementary C or Fortran language, unix commands, internet usage, and basic numerical analysis are treated also. | ||||||

3 | 2 | PHY3030 | Thermal & Statistical Physics 2 | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

3 | 2 | PHY3033 | Quantum Mechanics 2 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

Quantum mechanics is basic material in understanding atoms, molecules, and the micro-world smaller than them. The purpose of a course "Quantum Physics 2" is to fully understand the real electron and atom, many particle system, based on what is learned in the course "Quantum Physics 1". The course consists of the Electron spin, Time independent perturbation theory, Real hydrogen atom, Many particle system and identical particle problem, and Atoms and Molecules. | ||||||

3 | 2 | PHY4009 | Theory of Relativity | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course aims mainly at deep understanding of the contents of the theory of special relativity. The concept of relativity in the Newtonian classical mechanics is first considered and then the background for the appearance of the theory of special relativity is reviewed through the study of the Michelson-Morley experiment and others. Next, the special relativistic kinematics and dynamics are studied and it is shown that the principle of special relativity is immanent in the electromagnetism. Finally the concept of general relativity is briefly introduced. | ||||||

3 | 2 | SYH0003 | ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND BUSINESS LEADERSHIP | Compulsory General Studies | 2-2-0 | |

Businesss Leadership (HELP 3) program is a course for juniors, which aims to help students 1) understand principles of capitalism and market economy and learn common sense in relation to economy and finance, 2) learn principles and nature of corporations and how to develop a critical view toward them, and 3) acquire an administrative mind through self-management. | ||||||

3 | 2 | TEA3045 | Science Logic and Essay Writing | --Major for Teacher Certifica-- | 2-2-0 | |

This course is designed to teach logical thinking and writing on science experiments. Students are required to practice logical thinking when they draw conclusions from science data sets. At the same time they need to express their thoughts in writing. | ||||||

4 | 1 | PHY2034 | Physics Seminar 2 | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

The students select interesting topics by themselves and under the guide of advisor they study the subjects in detail. The results are given as seminar talks for discussions. Also the students should participate the regular department seminars for the recent advancements in the current research fields. | ||||||

4 | 1 | PHY3071 | CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS 1 | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Introduction to 3 courses; Condensed Matter Physics 2, Semiconductor Physics, and Nano Physics. Main topics are crystal properties, the consequence of the periodic nature of solids, phonons and its thermal characteristics, electrons in crystal, elementary band theory, Fermi surface, electrical and thermal transport, and semiconductor physics. Prerequisites; Quantum Mechanics 1, 2 | ||||||

4 | 1 | PHY4014 | Plasma Physics | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

This class concerns the basic elementary physics of plasmas, which are a special gases made up of a large number of electrons and ionized atoms and molecules, in addition to neutral atoms and molecules as are present in a normal (non-ionized) gas. First, the course will start with the basic characteristics of plasmas including the concept of temperature, Debye length, and plasma frequency. Then, single particle motions in various situations will be taught. The subject, waves in a cold plasma, will follow as one of the most important topic in this class. Then, Vlasov euation and its applications will be studied as a highlight of the class. | ||||||

4 | 1 | PHY4029 | Nuclear and Particle Physics | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

This lecture is to show how the properties of the nucleus can be understood in terms of elementary models using basic physics from earlier modules and to introduce the elementary particles which are currently thought to be the constituents of matter. In particular, the main goal of this lecture is to provide an introduction to the field of modern particle physics, incorporating a description of the fundamental particles and their interactions, with the tools to perform kinematic calculations in simple situations. Objectives: 1. The properties and structure of the stable nucleus, the processes of alpha and beta decay and fission and account for these on the basis of the liquid drop model 2. The classification of elementary particles using the Standard Model of Elementary Particle Physics, their basic quantum numbers and conservation laws for reactions 3. The basic experimental methods and measurement tools in nuclear and particle physics. | ||||||

4 | 1 | PHY4060 | QUANTUM OPTICS | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course gives physics- and engineering-majors a basic understanding of the laser systems, the principles and applications of lasers. Various laser systems which used in the fields of science, technology and industry are introduced. Main contents are basic principles of laser, laser metrology, optical information processing, optical communication, laser spectroscopy, laser isotope separation, laser technology in medicine and laser material processing. Prerequisite: Quantum Mechanics and Exercises II, Electromagnetism and Exercises II | ||||||

4 | 1 | PHY4074 | Physics Research Capstone Design 1 | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Physics Research 1 aims at combining the knowledges learned in the basic courses including mechanics, electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, and statistical mechanics and in the major courses including relativity, particle physics, optics, and solid state physics and applying them to the actual physics and applied physics research thereby increasing the ability to practice the learned knowledges in reality. Under the supervision of professors, students carry out the selection of a research subject, making the research plan, practicing the research, writing a paper, and the presentation. Each student is assigned to a laboratory suitable for his research subject to increase the ability to do actual research and participates in the seminar and discussion to raise the ability to communicate and to cooperate. To allow enough time for the long-term research, the course is covered in two semesters. | ||||||

4 | 1 | SYH0004 | SELF-LEADERSHIP | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-2-0 | |

SELP Leadership(HELP4) program will give students chances to look back on themselves before they enter society and to analyze their advantages and weak points to complete the road map for leadership development. This class trains prepared leaders based on analysis of personal strengths and weaknesses and helps them to complete the Leadership Road Map. | ||||||

4 | 1 | TEA6022 | Science Research and Guidance in Subject Matters | --Major for Teacher Certifica-- | 3-3-0 | |

To develop the creative ideal for the new textbook in the science, expecially for the middle and high school curriculum, the course will be focused on the teaching method in the science class. Group discussion and presentation will be performed in the class with the textbook from the foreign country, textbook from American Science Education and American Scientific Society. | ||||||

4 | 1 | PHY3071 | CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS 1 | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Introduction to 3 courses; Condensed Matter Physics 2, Semiconductor Physics, and Nano Physics. Main topics are crystal properties, the consequence of the periodic nature of solids, phonons and its thermal characteristics, electrons in crystal, elementary band theory, Fermi surface, electrical and thermal transport, and semiconductor physics. Prerequisites; Quantum Mechanics 1, 2 | ||||||

4 | 1 | PHY4014 | Plasma Physics | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

This class concerns the basic elementary physics of plasmas, which are a special gases made up of a large number of electrons and ionized atoms and molecules, in addition to neutral atoms and molecules as are present in a normal (non-ionized) gas. First, the course will start with the basic characteristics of plasmas including the concept of temperature, Debye length, and plasma frequency. Then, single particle motions in various situations will be taught. The subject, waves in a cold plasma, will follow as one of the most important topic in this class. Then, Vlasov euation and its applications will be studied as a highlight of the class. | ||||||

4 | 1 | PHY4029 | Nuclear and Particle Physics | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

This lecture is to show how the properties of the nucleus can be understood in terms of elementary models using basic physics from earlier modules and to introduce the elementary particles which are currently thought to be the constituents of matter. In particular, the main goal of this lecture is to provide an introduction to the field of modern particle physics, incorporating a description of the fundamental particles and their interactions, with the tools to perform kinematic calculations in simple situations. Objectives: 1. The properties and structure of the stable nucleus, the processes of alpha and beta decay and fission and account for these on the basis of the liquid drop model 2. The classification of elementary particles using the Standard Model of Elementary Particle Physics, their basic quantum numbers and conservation laws for reactions 3. The basic experimental methods and measurement tools in nuclear and particle physics. | ||||||

4 | 1 | PHY4060 | QUANTUM OPTICS | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course gives physics- and engineering-majors a basic understanding of the laser systems, the principles and applications of lasers. Various laser systems which used in the fields of science, technology and industry are introduced. Main contents are basic principles of laser, laser metrology, optical information processing, optical communication, laser spectroscopy, laser isotope separation, laser technology in medicine and laser material processing. | ||||||

4 | 1 | PHY4074 | Physics Research Capstone Design 1 | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

Physics Research 1 aims at combining the knowledges learned in the basic courses including mechanics, electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, and statistical mechanics and in the major courses including relativity, particle physics, optics, and solid state physics and applying them to the actual physics and applied physics research thereby increasing the ability to practice the learned knowledges in reality. Under the supervision of professors, students carry out the selection of a research subject, making the research plan, practicing the research, writing a paper, and the presentation. Each student is assigned to a laboratory suitable for his research subject to increase the ability to do actual research and participates in the seminar and discussion to raise the ability to communicate and to cooperate. To allow enough time for the long-term research, the course is covered in two semesters. | ||||||

4 | 1 | SYH0004 | SELF-LEADERSHIP | Compulsory General Studies | 2-2-0 | |

HELP(Hanyang Essential Leadership Plus) is a key program of Hanyang University for educating students who want to be future CEOs. Self Leadership(HELP4) is a leadership development online program for seniors. This program aims to foster leaders based on an analysis of an individual's strengths and weaknesses and complete the Leadership Road Map. Learning contents of Self Leardership(HELP4) incluse Self-Assessment, Self-Management and Skills to apply in Social Practices. Learning objectives of each module are as follows; Self-Assessment: Grade value of the work to do and decide priority, understand importance and meaning of manners and improve manners in social life, and understand attitudes associated with success and put them into practice. Skills to Apply in Social Practice: Define followership, understand the principles of imagination and creativity. This 16 week length course had been developed by the high-tech teaching system and online course development methods. | ||||||

4 | 1 | TEA6022 | Science Research and Guidance in Subject Matters | --Major for Teacher Certifica-- | 3-3-0 | |

To develop the creative ideal for the new textbook in the science, expecially for the middle and high school curriculum, the course will be focused on the teaching method in the science class. Group discussion and presentation will be performed in the class with the textbook from the foreign country, textbook from American Science Education and American Scientific Society. | ||||||

4 | 2 | PHY3072 | CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS 2 | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

The second course on condensed matter physics1. Main topics are interaction of light with matters, dielectrics and ferroelectricity, superconductivity, ferro-, para-, and antiferromagnetism, defect, dislocation, amorphous materials, alloys, and other specific topics. Prerequisites; Condensed Matter Physics 1, Thermal and Statistical Physics 1,2 | ||||||

4 | 2 | PHY4022 | Astrophysics | Extended Major | 2-2-0 | |

The basic contents of various areas of astrophysics are presented. Specifically, the characteristics and evolutions of stars, galaxies, clusters of galaxies and large scale structures of the universe are studied. The basics of primordial nucleosynthesis and the standard model cosmology are presented and some new alternative theories of cosmology are introduced. Prerequisite: Modern Physics. | ||||||

4 | 2 | PHY4023 | Semiconductor Physics | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

The goal of this lecture is to make students understand physics of semiconductors and of semiconductor devices. Main topics are electronic structure of semiconductors, fabrication techniques of semiconductors and devices, the operational mechanism and application of devices, characterization of semiconductor devices by use of XRD, optical instruments, and electrical properties, and quantum-well and quantum-dot structures. Prerequisites; Condensed Matter Physics I, Thermal and Statistical Physics II | ||||||

4 | 2 | PHY4073 | NANO,ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PHYSICS | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Aims: The aim of this lecture is to not only give students a good overall understanding of the appearing crises of our world such as the growth limits of electronics industry, energy problems, and global environmental problems, but also introduce various counterplans for overcoming such crises in the fields of nanoscience, energy, and environmental physics. Objectives: The subject Nano, Energy and Environmental Physics covers knowledge on the three fields. 1. The introduction of Nanotechnology field involving materials, devices and subsystems for future electronics, photonics, and nanosystems. 2. The introduction of Energy field involving fuel energy, clean energy, hydrogen energy, and solar energy. 3. The introduction of Environmental field involving the present situation and physical solutions about the global warming. | ||||||

4 | 2 | PHY4075 | Physics Research Capstone Design 2 | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Physics Research 2 aims at combining the knowledges learned in the basic courses including mechanics, electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, and statistical mechanics and in the major courses including relativity, particle physics, optics, and solid state physics and applying them to the actual physics and applied physics research thereby increasing the ability to practice the learned knowledges in reality. Under the supervision of professors, students carry out the selection of a research subject, making the research plan, practicing the research, writing a paper, and the presentation. Each student is assigned to a laboratory suitable for his research subject to increase the ability to do actual research and participates in the seminar and discussion to raise the ability to communicate and to cooperate. | ||||||

4 | 2 | PHY3072 | CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS 2 | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

The second course on condensed matter physics1. Main topics are interaction of light with matters, dielectrics and ferroelectricity, superconductivity, ferro-, para-, and antiferromagnetism, defect, dislocation, amorphous materials, alloys, and other specific topics. Prerequisites; Condensed Matter Physics 1, Thermal and Statistical Physics 1,2 | ||||||

4 | 2 | PHY4022 | Astrophysics | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

The basic contents of various areas of astrophysics are presented. Specifically, the characteristics and evolutions of stars, galaxies, clusters of galaxies and large scale structures of the universe are studied. The basics of primordial nucleosynthesis and the standard model cosmology are presented and some new alternative theories of cosmology are introduced. Prerequisite: Modern Physics. | ||||||

4 | 2 | PHY4023 | Semiconductor Physics | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

The goal of this lecture is to make students understand physics of semiconductors and of semiconductor devices. Main topics are electronic structure of semiconductors, fabrication techniques of semiconductors and devices, the operational mechanism and application of devices, characterization of semiconductor devices by use of XRD, optical instruments, and electrical properties, and quantum-well and quantum-dot structures. Prerequisites; Condensed Matter Physics I, Thermal and Statistical Physics II | ||||||

4 | 2 | PHY4075 | Physics Research Capstone Design 2 | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

Physics Research 2 aims at combining the knowledges learned in the basic courses including mechanics, electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, and statistical mechanics and in the major courses including relativity, particle physics, optics, and solid state physics and applying them to the actual physics and applied physics research thereby increasing the ability to practice the learned knowledges in reality. Under the supervision of professors, students carry out the selection of a research subject, making the research plan, practicing the research, writing a paper, and the presentation. Each student is assigned to a laboratory suitable for his research subject to increase the ability to do actual research and participates in the seminar and discussion to raise the ability to communicate and to cooperate. |