Physique expérimentale et introduction mathématique aux sciences expérimentales (2e partie)

wmd1104  2021-2022  Bruxelles Woluwe

Physique expérimentale et introduction mathématique aux sciences expérimentales (2e partie)
5.00 credits
30.0 h + 21.0 h
Herquet Michel (compensates Maltoni Fabio); Maltoni Fabio;
Main themes
Physics is considered as an experimental science based on the precise observation of reality, on the collection of pertinent data and on assumptions to be validated. This part of the course deals with electricity, magnetism, optics and radiation physics.
Learning outcomes

At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :

1 As in its first part (MD1102), the objective of this course is education and training. On one hand, the aim is to instil in the students a right method of approaching scientific matters and on the other hand, to provide them with all the elements necessary to a good understanding of the technical world they will be confronted with in a next future. According to the course of study, priority is given to applications dealing with life sciences.
Content - Electrostatics - Electrodynamics - Electromagnetism - Optics : Light and colours, reflection, refraction, diffraction, polarisation, vision - Radiation physics, including radioactivity and mechanical waves Methods - Lectures with audiovisual aid - Tutorials - Labs and problems in small groups - Softwares and iCampus forums
Other information
Prerequisite - Elements of calculus and mechanics Evaluation - During the term, continuous assessment - At the end of the term, written and oral examination + lab exam. Support - Written course and applications book - Illustrations et complements via iCampus - Tutorials via iCampus
Faculty or entity

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