M.Sc. Physics: Computational Physics

Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology
In Hisar

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Hisar
Registrar Guru Jambheshwar University of Science & Technology, 125001, Haryana, India
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· Requirements

B.Sc. (Hons.) in Physics with atleast 50% marks or B.Sc. with atleast 50% marks in aggregate with Physics as one of the subjects.

Course programme

M.Sc. Physics: Computational Physics

The Department of Applied Physics offers M.Sc. (Physics) Programme which is admittedly going to cater to the needs of ever increasing application oriented world of the day. Three emerging areas of basic as well as applied aspect of Physics are in the present curricula. They are Condensed Matter Physics & Materials Science, that has widespread application from biosciences to cosmology; Laser Physics, that forms a major tool for determining electronic structures starting from biomolecules, non-linear optical materials to organic dyes; and Computational Physics that bridges the gap between theory & experiment.Apart from these three specializations all other subject matters have large overlap with the thrust areas in the frontiers of physical sciences. Laboratories are equipped with the modern set up.

Course content:

Environmental Physics
Theoretical Physics
Advanced Quantum Mechanics
Computer Techniques and Computer Simulation
Applied Optics
Non Linear Optics
Electronic Devices & Smart Materials
Experimental Techniques
Condensed Matter Physics
Fiber Optics and Optical Communication
Opto-Electronics
Condensed Matter Physics: Materials Science
Physics of Nano Materials
Computational Methods & Programming
Nuclear & Particle Physics
Electrodynamics and Plasma Physics
Quantum Mechanics-II
Physics of Lasers
Statistical Mechanics
Atomic & Molecular Physics
Solid State Physics
Electronics
Quantum Mechanics-I
Classical Mechanics
Mathematical physics


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