Associate Professor
I have taught a variety of courses on campus since October 2005. They are listed below:
This introductory physics laboratory introduces the art of experimentation in Physics through various experiments in Mechanics, Oscillations and Waves.
All students of BITS Pilani study this course irrespective of their program of study. This course is an elementary introduction to the theory and applications in the subject area of Mechanics, Oscillations and Waves.
This course introduces the Lagrangian and Hamiltonian mechanics of a system with finite degrees of freedom. Three classes of applications that are included in the course of study are:
This course introduces the student to the unified theory of Electricity, Magnetism and Light. The course is roughly divided into three parts, each of which addresses the following questions:
The theory of interacting charged particles and electromagnetic fields is analyzed in detail.
I have taught this course twice before under the pre-2012 curriculum framework. The first part discussed a variety of partial differential equations while the second part was devoted to basic elements of group theory and its representations.
A laboratory course consisting of exciting experiments from Modern Physics.
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