# FISI - Physics

## FISI-801L Nanotecnología - Laboratorio

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0

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-## FISI-916B Astronomía Popular

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3

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-## FISI-1000 Prephysics

The pre-physics course is designed to help the students who may not be well prepared in subjects as physics and mathematics. Subjects as arithmetic, algebra, geometry and trigonometry, as well as techniques as handling of graphs, equations and problem-solving, all of the aforesaid within a physical context, analyzing simple situations in terms of optics, kinematics, dynamics, acoustics and electromagnetism.

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2

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Galan Rojas Jorge## FISI-1000C FISI 1000C

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0

## FISI-1002 Initiation to physics

Initiation to university-lifestyle. Initiation to the physics degree, the physics department, research on the physics department. Introduction to the scientific method. Matter models at different scales.

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0.5

## FISI-1003 Colloquium on Physics I

The seminar is presented weekly with a physics-related issue concerning recent research and developments.

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0.5

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Rodriguez Duenas Ferney## FISI-1004A Great Ideas of Physics

What are the basic concepts upon the origin and evolution of the universe, and about the matter´s most fundamental structure from atoms to quarks? In the search for answers we explore the greatest unifying ideas we see in the cosmos. From the old Greeks to modern science: Scientific Understanding of nature, mathematics and experiments as the foundations of modern science. Great ideas on Physics: From the movement of the sky and earth to universal laws. The concept of the atom: Moving atoms. Symmetry and conservation laws. Entropy law: Second law of thermodynamics. Unification: From electricity and magnetism to the light. The relativist universe: The condition of relativity of space-time. The quantum universe: The most fundamental structure of the matter.

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3

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Gomez Moreno Bernardo## FISI-1005 Colloquium on Physics II

The colloquium is presented weekly with a physics-related issue related to recent research and developments.

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0.5

## FISI-1006A Physics for space travel

Black holes, time travels, antimatter reactors, quantum teleportation, nanotechnology and robots are examples of what we find in travels of exploration on the universe. These travels are coupled by concepts of relativist and quantum concepts of physics. We will study the reality and the promises of the modern physics, and its technological derivates explored with the futuristic vision of the popular series Star Trek, the current technological derivates and the possibilities for the future.

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3

## FISI-1012 Basics of Physics I

Fundamental magnitudes and definitions. Kinematics in one and two dimensions. Mechanics. Newton´s Laws. Forces in Biology. Work and Energy. Law of conservation of energy, law of moment, law of angular momentum. Center of mass. Ideal fluid mechanics.

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3

## FISI-1012C FISI 1012C

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0

## FISI-1013 Basics of Physics I - Laboratory

Measures and error calculation. Linear regressions. One-dimension kinematics. Forces.Friction force. Potential Energy (vertical throw). Two-dimension collisions. Uniform Circular motion. Archimedes principle. Hydrodynamics. Behavior of gas at a constant volume. Specific heats of solids.

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1

## FISI-1018 Physics I

The aim of the course is to help the student develop a critical attitude towards the solution of scientific and practical problems. The student will be introduced to the scientific method through the study of the laws of mechanic, including kinematics in one and two dimensions, Newton´s laws, conservation laws, rotational motion, gravitation and har- monic motion, at a level suitable for beginning undergraduates. The experiments performed during the semester will help the student to better understand the concepts in mechanics acquired in the theory class and to relate real physical phenomena with the models used to describe them.

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3

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Pedraza Juan## FISI-1018C FISI 1018C

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0

## FISI-1019 Experimental Physics I

The experiments performed during the semester will help the student to better understand the concepts in mechanics acquired in the theory class and to relate real physical phenomena with the models used to describe them.

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1

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Jaramillo Cano Diego## FISI-1020 Física II

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3

## FISI-1021 Física Experimental II

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1

## FISI-1022 Basic Physics II

Temperature. Ideal gases. Kinetic theory of the gases. First and second law of thermodynamics. Simple harmonic movement. Wave propagation. Interference. Electric charge. Coulomb´s law. Gauss´s law. Capacitance. Electric current. Ohm´s law. Kirchoff´s law. RC circuits. Neuron as electrical circuit. Magnetism.

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3

## FISI-1022C FISI 1022C

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0

## FISI-1023 Basic Physics II - Laboratory

Water´s latent heat. Thermal expansion of water. Simple harmonic movement. Mechanical waves on a string. Acoustic waves in a pipe. Field lines. Equipotential lines. Ohm´s law. Equivalent resistances. Charge and discharge of a condenser. Spectrum of the atom of hydrogen. Polarization.

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1

## FISI-1028 Physics II

The aim of the course is to help the student to further develop his/ her understanding of the scientific method and hence to develop a critical attitude. This is achieved through the study of the basic laws of thermodynamics and electromagnetism and their applications to situations of actual physical interest.

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3

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Rodriguez Duenas Ferney## FISI-1028C FISI 1028C

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0

## FISI-1029 Experimental Physics II

The aim of the course is to further develop the student´s ability to perform a physics experiment and to analyze the measured data. Furthermore, the student will have the opportunity to design an experiment from scratch. The experiments to be performed correspond to the topics covered in the theory course (thermal physics and electromagnetism.

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1

## FISI-1038 Waves and fluids

In this course we apply, at an introductory level, the classic mechanics of fluids. We also study the behavior of still fluids (hydrostatics), fluids in movement (hydrodynamics) and vibration (waves). The undulating phenomena are deeply studied through the use of cases as sound and light.

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3

## FISI-1038C FISI 1038C

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0

## FISI-1039 Laboratory of Waves and Fluids

In this course we conduct experiments related to topics studied in the course Waves and Fluids, as hydrostatics, hydrodynamics, optics and acoustics. We also work with some electrical circuits that allow comparing oscillating systems.

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1

## FISI-1048 Modern Physics

In this course we study fields of Physics that have appeared during the 20th century, as Relativity, Quantum Mechanics and the matter´s structure: the atom, the molecule, the macroscopic matter in solid state, the atomic nuclei, the elemental particles, and some applications as the laser and nuclear energy. This is an introductory-level course.

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3

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Jimenez Piedrahita Juan## FISI-1048C FISI 1048C

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0

## FISI-1049 Laboratory of Moder Physics

In this course we will conduct some experiments proven to have played an important role in the development of modern physics. The students will learn the functioning of the equipments, how data is taken and analyzed, and how the results are interpreted.

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3

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Salazar Serrano Luis## FISI-1090A FISI 1090A

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3

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## FISI-1094B FISI 1094B

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3

## FISI-1801B FISI 1801B

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3

## FISI-1860 Electronic I

Linear circuits. Thevenin and Norton Theorems. Circuits of frequency analysis. Diodes. Transistors. Operational amplifiers. Principles of logic and digital systems. FT and FFT.

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3

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Guzman Rincon David## FISI-1907B Planet Astronomy

Observation guidance, celestial coordinates, apparent movement of Sun, stations, Earth orbit, moon movement, eclipses, general description of orbits, laws of Kepler, calculation of orbits and prediction of positions, planets, Solar System inventory.

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3

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Oostra Vannoppen Benjamin## FISI-1908B Galactic Astronomy

Orientations for observations, celestial coordinates, description and naming of stars, spectrometry, telescopes, parallax, absolute magnitudes, H-R diagrams, variable stars, cumulus, nebulae, the Milky Way, radio astronomy, classification and distances of galaxies, basic concepts of cosmology.

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3

## FISI-1912B FISI 1912B

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3

## FISI-1913B FISI 1913B

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3

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## FISI-2007 Mathematic methods

Complex variable functions. Cauchy-Riemann equations. Cauchy integral. Laurent series. Residual theorem. Linear partial differential equations. Special functions. Green´s functions. Fourier analysis. Laplace transform.

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3

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Sabogal Martinez Beatriz## FISI-2025 Computational Physics

Linear equation systems. Interpolation and extrapolation. Roots. Integration. Derivation. Series. Special functions. Random numbers. Fouriere Transform. Integration of differential equations. Eigenvalues, eigenvectors. Frontier problems.

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3

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Caycedo Soler Felipe## FISI-2026 FISI 2026

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1

## FISI-2027 Lab. Métodos Computacionales (Especial)

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0

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-## FISI-2028 FISI 2028

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3

## FISI-2029 FISI 2029

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1

## FISI-2040 Thermodynamics

Simple thermodynamics systems. Postulates of thermodynamics in balance systems. Energy and its preservation. Ideal gas. Kinetic theory. Applications in various systems. Thermal machines. Thermodynamic potentials. Phase transitions. Applications. Chemical balance.

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3

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Pedraza Juan## FISI-2051 Intermediate Laboratory

We will conduct several experiments as: Photoelectric effect. Millikan experiment. Specific charge of the electron. Speed of light. Franck-Hertz experiment. Interferometry (Michelson, Fabry-Perot). Gamma rays-spectroscopy. Electrical-spin resonance. Cosmic-rays detection. X-rays. Rutherford experiment with Alfa rays. Hall effect.

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3

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Herrera Vasco Edwin## FISI-2350 Atomic and Molecular Physics

Black bodies radiation and energy quantization by Planck. Einstein´s light quantum model. Bohr´s hydrogen-atom model. Bohr-Sommerfeld quantum rules. Broglie´s postulates. Schrodinger´s equation. 1D potential well. Hydrogenoid atoms. The spin of the electron. Pauli´s exclusion principle. Periodic table of the elements. Molecular covalent and ionic bonds. The hydrogen molecule. Complex molecules. Vibrational, rotational and electronic spectrum of the molecules.

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3

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Gomez Moreno Bernardo## FISI-2405 Mechanics

Revision of Newton’s mechanics. Kinematics in cylindrical and spherical coordinates. Central Forces. Non-inertial systems. Lagrangian model. Hamiltonian Model. Rigid body mechanics: Orthogonal transformations, Euler´s angles, inertia tensor, main axes, free movement of rigid bodies, spinning top. Mechanical oscillations. Collisions. Special relativity. 4 vectors. Relativist collisions.

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3

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Nowakowsky Marek## FISI-2430 Electromagnetism

Maxwell´s equations. Electrostatic and magnetostatic with frontier values. Energy on the electromagnetic field. Multipoles. Electromagnetic waves in conductive and dielectric media. Reflection, refraction and Fresnel´s equations. Guides of waves. Lienard-Wiechert´s potentials and electromagnetic radiation. Antennas. Interference, Kirchoff´s theory and diffraction. Covariant formulation of Maxwell´s equations.

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3

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Avila Bernal Carlos## FISI-2432 FISI 2432

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3

## FISI-2810 Nanomateriales

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3

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## FISI-3000 Physics teaching practice

Teaching practice performed by lecturing a series of problems corresponding to the master class of Physics I, Ii, Waves and Fluids or Modern Physics, under the guidance of the professor appointed by the department.

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3

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Reyes Lega Andres## FISI-3010 Quantum Mechanics I

Schrödinger’s theory of quantum mechanics. Solutions to Schrodinger time-independent equations. One-dimensional potentials (transmission and reflection by a barrier, tunnel effect). Harmonic one-dimensional-quantum oscillator. Step operators. Quantum mechanics formalisms, Hilbert´s space and Dirac´s notation. Spherical-symmetrical potentials. Orbital-angular momentum of the spin. Hydrogen atom. Addition of angular momentum.

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3

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Sanabria Arenas Juan## FISI-3011 Theoretical Physics Seminar

Every week, this seminar covers a recent topic of research in theoretical physics, whether analyzing studies published, or presenting local project progress. The seminar serves as convergence point for the group and also to connect students with the current scientific research.

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1

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Botero Alonso## FISI-3020 Quantum Mechanics II

Identical-particles systems. WKB method. Theory of time-independent interferences. Zeeman effect. Stark effect. Dispersion theory. Born approach. Partial waves. Dispersion section. Theory of time-dependent interferences. Absorption and emission of radiation.

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3

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Hernandez Carlos## FISI-3040 Statistical Physics

Macroscopic systems. Statistical models. Statistical description of a system of particles. Thermal interactions. Experimental parameters. Methods and results of classic statistics. Applications. Equilibrium between phases. Quantum statistics and applications. Elemental kinetic theory and the phenomenon of transportation.

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3

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Leyvraz Waltz Francois## FISI-3080 Teoría de la Info Para Físic

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4

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-## FISI-3086 Estructura del Espacio-Tiempo

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4

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-## FISI-3090 Relatividad General y Cosmología

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4

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-## FISI-3098 FISI 3098

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3

## FISI-3099 Graduation project

Under the guidance of a professor of the department, the student writes a monograph or a degree project on a research topic. This implies bibliographical search, reading and summary of scientific articles, it may also include experimental or computer-related works.

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3

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Reyes Lega Andres## FISI-3100 FISI 3100

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1

## FISI-3101 Seminar on High Energies

This seminar discusses weekly a recent topic related to research in the field of physics of elemental particles, or accelerator technology, by the study of published studies, or by presenting advances in local projects. The seminar also works as the venue for the students to be in contact with current scientific research.

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1

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Gomez Moreno Bernardo## FISI-3104 Teoría de Cuerdas

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4

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-## FISI-3150 Subatomic physics

Experimental methods to study the atomic nuclei and subatomic particles. Historical perspective: Experiments and findings. Radioactivity, decays, collisions and working sections. Properties of the atomic nuclei and nuclear models. Decays and nuclear reactions. Fission and fusion. Particles and interactions: Historical development. Quarks´ static model: eightfold way, magnetic momentum and mass formulas. QED. The standard model of the particles physics. QFD and QCD.

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3

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Kelkar Neelima## - FISI-3152

## FISI-3161 Detectores de Partículas

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4

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## FISI-3478 Sistemas Cuánticos Abiertos

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4

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-## FISI-3701 Seminar on Condensed Matter

This seminar discusses weekly a recent topic related to research in the field of physics of condensed matter by the study of published studies, or by presenting advances in local projects. The seminar also works as the venue where the group meets, and get in contact with the current scientific research.

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1

## FISI-3760 Physics of Solid State

Crystalline structure. Network vibrations. Electrons theory in metals and semiconductors. Topics selected from magnetic properties, superconductivity and defects.

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3

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Quiroga Puello Luis## FISI-3771 Introducción A la Superconductividad

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4

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-## FISI-3801 Seminar on Biophysics

This seminar discusses weekly a recent topic related to research on biophysics by studying published studies, or by presenting advances in local projects. The seminar also works as the venue where the group meets and get it contact with the current scientific research.

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1

## FISI-3816 Biología Sintética

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4

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-## FISI-3901 Seminar on Astronomy and Astrophysics

This seminar discusses weekly a recent topic related to research on biophysics by studying published studies, or by presenting advances in local projects. The seminar also works as the venue where the group meets and gets it contact with the current scientific research.

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1

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Garcia Varela Jose## FISI-3902 Seminar II - Astronomy and Astrophysics

This seminar discusses weekly a recent topic related to research on biophysics by studying published studies, or by presenting advances in local projects. The seminar also works as the venue where the group meets and gets it contact with the current scientific research.

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1

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Garcia Varela Jose## FISI-3906 Cúmulos Abiertos: Una Visión..

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4

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-## FISI-3990 Grade Registration

This is a non-class course. It provides help to identify the students who should graduate in the upcoming semester.

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0

## FISI-4010 Advanced Quantum Mechanics I

General theory of addition of angular momentum. Wignet-Eckart Theorem. Feynman´s formulation of quantum mechanics. Perturbation theory. Time-dependent quantum mechanics. Identical particles. Second quantization.

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4

## FISI-4011 Theoretical Physics Seminar I

Seminar 1 introduces student to one of the areas of Physics that involves research in the Department of Physics, and which offers a weekly seminar with conferences from the group members and from guests from other subject matter institutions. Students participate by attending the conferences and by presenting, at the end of the seminar, a conference on a topic suggested by the seminar director or by a group professor.

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2

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Botero Alonso## FISI-4012 Theoretical Physics Seminar II

In Seminar 2 students, in addition to attending the group seminar, must prepare a graduation project under the guidance of a processor to submit it for external assessment (two evaluators) one month before the end of the semester. The grade of this course can only be assigned once the opinion of the evaluators is received, and students must register the Graduation Work 1 on the immediately following semester.

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2

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Botero Alonso## - FISI-4036

## FISI-4040 Statistics Mechanics

Principles of classic statistics mechanics. Microcanonical, canonical and super-canonical statistical sets. Quantico statistical mechanics. Ideal fermionic and bosonic gases. Applications. Phase transitions. Escalation. Critical exponents. Re-normalization group. Special topics.

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3

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Tellez Acosta Gabriel## FISI-4051 Advanced Laboratory

Develop among students advanced experimental skills in data acquisition, analysis, conclusions and preparation of reports. Use of specialized instrumentation. Preparation of laboratory projects.

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3

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Hernandez Carlos## FISI-4080 Teoría de la Información para Físicos

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4

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Botero Alonso## FISI-4086 Estructura del Espacio-Tiempo

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4

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-## FISI-4090 Relatividad General-Cosmología I

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3

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## FISI-4098 Degree project (I)

Research led (or co-led) by a professor, researcher of the department, who represents a contribution to the advance of the physics (see General Postgraduate guidelines).

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6

## FISI-4099 Degree project (II)

Research led (or co-led) by a professor, researcher of the department, who represents a contribution to the advance of the physics (see General Postgraduate guidelines).

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6

## FISI-4101 Seminar I on High Energies

Seminar I allows the student to have a close study on one of the fields of Physics where the Physics department conducts research, and offers a weekly seminar with conferences given by the members of the group, as well as by guests from other leading institutions. The student takes part by attending to the conferences and presenting, at the end of the seminar, a conference on a topic suggested by the director of the seminar, or by a professor of the group.

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2

## FISI-4102 Seminar II on High Energies

In seminar II, besides attending the group´s seminar, the student must write a degree project under the guidance of a professor. This project must be subject to external revision (two evaluators) one month before the semester ends. The grade for this course may only be granted once the revisions of the two evaluators have been received. The student must enroll in Thesis 1 in the immediate semester.

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2

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Gomez Moreno Bernardo## FISI-4104 Teoría de Cuerdas

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4

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## FISI-4162 Dinámica de Hamiltonianos Restringidos y Campos Gauge Locales

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4

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-## FISI-4401 FISI 4401

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2

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## FISI-4405 Analytic Mechanics

Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formulation of classic mechanics. Rotations, orthogonal transformations, inertia tensioner, main axes and rigid body Euler equations. Canonic transformations. Action angular variables. Hamilton equation - Jacobi. Small oscillations. Complex systems.

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4

## FISI-4420 Fenomenología del Modelo Estándar

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4

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-## FISI-4430 Electrodynamics I

Coulomb and Gauss’s Laws. Electric potential. Green’s functions. Solution to Laplace equations in different geometries. Special related functions. Maxwell’s equations in free space. Electromagnetic potentials. Pointing Vector. Gauge transformations. Green’s functions of wave equations and solutions to delayed potentials. Quadrivectors. Tensors. Lorentz’s Transformations and covariant formulation of electrodynamics. Covariant Green’s functions. Radiation of a moving particle. Lienard-Wiechert Potential. Larmor’s formula and relativist generalization. Radiation distribution and spectrum. Syncotron radiation. Thompson’s dispersion.

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3

## FISI-4478 FISI 4478

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4

## FISI-4601 Seminario de Geociencias

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2

## FISI-4602 Seminario 2 de Geociencias

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2

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Prieto German## FISI-4701 Seminar I Condensed Matter

Seminar I allows students to familiarize themselves with one of the areas of current research in the Department of Physics, and features a weekly seminar with lectures by members of the group and invited experts from other institutions. Students participate by attending the lectures, and presenting their own lecture at the end of the course on a topic suggested by the seminar chair or professor from the group.

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2

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Quiroga Puello Luis## FISI-4702 Seminar II Condensed Matter

In seminar II, students, besides attending to the group activity, must engage in a graduation project under the guidance of a professor, which will be subject to assessment (by two external evaluators) one month before the end of the semester. The grade of this course can only be assigned once the evaluators have submitted their appreciation, and the students shall register their Graduation Project I in the immediately following semester.

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2

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Quiroga Puello Luis## - FISI-4771

## FISI-4801 Seminar I Biophysics

Seminar I allows students to familiarize themselves with one of the areas of current research in the Department of Physics, and features a weekly seminar with lectures by members of the group and invited experts from other institutions. Students participate by attending the lectures, and presenting their own lecture at the end of the course on a topic suggested by the seminar chair or professor from the group.

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2

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Forero Shelton Antonio## FISI-4802 Seminar II Biophysics

In seminar II, students, besides attending to the group activity, must engage in a graduation project under the direction of a professor, which will be subject to assessment (by two external evaluators) one month before the end of the semester. The grade of this course can only be assigned once the evaluators have submitted their appreciation, and the students shall register their Graduation Project I in the immediately following semester.

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2

## FISI-4814 FISI 4814

### Credits

4

## FISI-4814L FISI 4814L

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0

## FISI-4816 Biología Sintética

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4

### Distribution

-## FISI-4901 Seminar I Astronomy and Astrophysics

Seminar I allows students to familiarize themselves with one of the areas of current research in the Department of Physics, and features a weekly seminar with lectures by members of the group and invited experts from other institutions. Students participate by attending the lectures, and presenting their own lecture at the end of the course on a topic suggested by the seminar chair or professor from the group.

### Credits

2

## FISI-4902 Seminar II Astronomy and Astrophysics

In seminar II, students, besides attending to the group activity, must engage in a graduation project under the direction of a professor, which will be subject to assessment (by two external evaluators) one month before the end of the semester. The grade of this course can only be assigned once the evaluators have submitted their appreciation, and the students shall register their Graduation Project I in the immediately following semester.

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2

## FISI-4906 FISI 4906

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4

## FISI-4990 Registration for Graduation

Registration for Graduation

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0

## FISI-6001 Knowledge Examination

The knowledge test, taken after a year and a half of studies, aims at determining the preparation of the student to continue in the program. The topics of the examination are related to advanced units of Electrodynamics, Analytic Mechanics, Advanced Quantum Mechanics and Statistic Mechanics.

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3

## FISI-6002 Application Exam

The application exam determines the students level of preparation for the research to be conducted in their specialty. It comprehends a written and an oral section to present the research program to be developed during the Doctoral studies. .

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3

## FISI-6111 Seminario Avanzado I

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3

## FISI-6112 Seminario Avanzado II

### Credits

3

## FISI-6113 Seminario Avanzado III

### Credits

3

## FISI-6114 Seminario Avanzado IV

### Credits

3

## FISI-6115 Seminario Avanzado V

### Credits

3

## FISI-6116 Seminario Avanzado VI

### Credits

3

## FISI-6117 Seminario Avanzado VII

### Credits

3

## FISI-6118 Seminario Avanzado VIII

### Credits

3

## FISI-6119 FISI 6119

### Credits

3

## FISI-6201 Investigación I

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5

## FISI-6202 Investigación I

### Credits

5

## FISI-6961 FISI 6961

### Credits

4

## FISI-6962 FISI 6962

### Credits

4

## FISI-6970 FISI 6970

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0

## FISI-6971 FISI 6971

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0

## FISI-6972 FISI 6972

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0

## FISI-6973 Pasantía II

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0

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-## FISI-6980 Tesis

### Credits

40

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-## FISI-6981 FISI 6981

### Credits

10

## FISI-6982 FISI 6982

### Credits

10

## FISI-6983 FISI 6983

### Credits

10

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## FISI-6985 FISI 6985

### Credits

10

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## FISI-6987 Tesis VII

### Credits

10

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-## FISI-6990 FISI 6990

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0