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Jung Research Group Part of the High Energy Physics Group

High Energy Physics


Data Mine - Spring 2020 to Spring 2022

I have been teaching course 324 "Physics Data Mine" since Spring 2020. A first introduction into analysis techniques and experimental particle physics is used for a intensive UG research experience as part of this course.

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General Physics II - Spring 2017 to Spring 2019

I have been teaching course 219 "General Physics II" in Spring 2017-2019. A broad survey of electricity, magnetism, light, and modern physics for technology students, focussing on the examples and applications especially appropriate to the technology field with generally conservative use of mathematics but giving fully quantitative treatments on selected key topics. Some more emphasis is put on the scientific method in daily life.

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Lecture slides

Lecture notes are from previous iterations, but will be updated after every lecture.

Electricity and Magnetism II (Honors) - Fall 2015 to Fall 2018

I have been teaching course 431 "Electricity and Magnetism II (Honors)" in Fall 2015-2018. Following Griffiths for a dive into the electromagnetism in its full beauty. Focussing on the examples and applications in particle accelerators.

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Previous courses:

  • 390 "Data Mine", Spring 2020 - .
  • 219 "General Physics II", Spring 2017 - Spring 2019.
  • 431 "Electricity and Magnetism II (Honors)", Fall 2015 - Fall 2018.