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NS 501 Basic Concepts and Teaching of Science 1 Credit
Basic ideas of classical physics: motion, stability and linear systems-oscillations, gravitation, electromagnetism, thermodynamics. Basic quantum concepts: Bohr model of the hydrogen atom, uncertainty principle and its consequences for the structure of matter and applications in technology, Pauli principle and atomic structure. Mathematical level of NS 101: elementary calculus differentiation and integration, the exponential and trigonometric functions, through examples in science.
Last Offered Terms Course Name SU Credit
Fall 2013-2014 Basic Concepts and Teaching of Science 1
Fall 2012-2013 Basic Concepts and Teaching of Science 1
Fall 2011-2012 Basic Concepts and Teaching of Science 1
Fall 2010-2011 Basic Concepts and Teaching of Science 1
Fall 2009-2010 Basic Concepts and Teaching of Science 1
Fall 2008-2009 Basic Concepts and Teaching of Science 1
Fall 2007-2008 Basic Concepts and Teaching of Science 1
Fall 2006-2007 Basic Concepts and Teaching of Science 1
Fall 2005-2006 Basic Concepts and Teaching of Science 1
Fall 2004-2005 Basic Concepts and Teaching of Science 1
Fall 2003-2004 Basic Concepts and Teaching of Science 1
Fall 2002-2003 Basic Concepts and Teaching of Science 1
Fall 2001-2002 Basic Concepts and Teaching of Science 1
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ECTS Credit: 3 ECTS (3 ECTS for students admitted before 2013-14 Academic Year)
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NS 502 Basic Concepts and Teaching of Science II 1 Credit
Last Offered Terms Course Name SU Credit
Spring 2009-2010 Basic Concepts and Teaching of Science II 1
Spring 2008-2009 Basic Concepts and Teaching of Science II 1
Spring 2007-2008 Basic Concepts and Teaching of Science II 1
Spring 2006-2007 Basic Concepts and Teaching of Science II 1
Spring 2005-2006 Basic Concepts and Teaching of Science II 1
Spring 2004-2005 Basic Concepts and Teaching of Science II 1
Spring 2003-2004 Basic Concepts and Teaching of Science II 1
Spring 2002-2003 Basic Concepts and Teaching of Science II 1
Spring 2001-2002 Basic Concepts and Teaching of Science II 1
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ECTS Credit: 3 ECTS (3 ECTS for students admitted before 2013-14 Academic Year)
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NS 566 Biophysics: Molecules and Systems 3 Credits
Cells and organisms can be thought as self-replicating, -organizing and -regulating complex systems. The proper functioning these systems is dependent on networks of reactions involving macromolecules. This course focuses on physical principles governing behavior of biological macromolecules and their interactions, and investigates how concepts developed at macromolecular level can be applied to studies at systems level. Topics can be grouped under two main headings; introduction to molecular biophysics and understanding specific process of living systems through application of molecular biophysics principles. Topics of the introduction are molecular forces involved in the formation and interactions of acromolecules, reaction kinetics, molecular transport processes and energy generation and maintenance. Principles developed at molecular level will be used to analyze mechanisms two specific processes: movement and vision.
Last Offered Terms Course Name SU Credit
Fall 2017-2018 Biophysics: Molecules and Systems 3
Fall 2015-2016 Biophysics: Molecules and Systems 3
Fall 2014-2015 Biophysics: Molecules and Systems 3
Spring 2013-2014 Biophysics: Molecules and Systems 3
Spring 2010-2011 Biophysics: Molecules and Systems 3
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Corequisite: __
ECTS Credit: 10 ECTS (10 ECTS for students admitted before 2013-14 Academic Year)
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