4000

FISI-4010 Mecanica Cuantica Avanzada 1

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.

Credits

4

Distribution

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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.

Credits

2

Distribution

-

Instructor

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.

Credits

2

Distribution

-

Instructor

Botero Alonso

FISI-4013 Seminario 1 de Teoria Cuantica de Campos

Credits

3

Distribution

-

FISI-4014 Seminario 2 Teoria Cuantica de Campos

Credits

3

Distribution

-

FISI-4028 Mét. Computacionales Avanzados

Credits

4

Distribution

-

FISI-4036 FISI-4036

Distribution

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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.

Credits

3

Distribution

-

Instructor

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.

Credits

3

Distribution

-

Instructor

Hernandez Carlos

FISI-4080 Teoría de la Información para Físicos

Credits

4

Instructor

Botero Alonso

FISI-4086 Estructura del Espacio-Tiempo

Credits

4

Distribution

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FISI-4090 Relatividad General-Cosmología I

Credits

3

- FISI-4093

- FISI-4094

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).

Credits

6

Distribution

-

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).

Credits

6

Distribution

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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.

Credits

2

Distribution

-

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.

Credits

2

Distribution

-

Instructor

Gomez Moreno Bernardo

FISI-4104 Teoría de Cuerdas

Credits

4

Distribution

-

FISI-4161 FISI-4161

Distribution

-

FISI-4162 Dinámica de Hamiltonianos Restringidos y Campos Gauge Locales

Credits

4

Distribution

-

- FISI4163

FISI-4163 FISI-4163

Distribution

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FISI-4401 FISI 4401

Credits

2

Distribution

-

FISI-4402 FISI-4402

Distribution

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FISI-4405 Mecanica Analitica

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.

Credits

4

Distribution

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FISI-4420 Fenomenología del Modelo Estándar

Credits

4

Distribution

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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.

Credits

3

Distribution

-

FISI-4478 FISI 4478

Credits

4

FISI-4510 Teoria Cuantica de Campos

Credits

4

Distribution

-

FISI-4601 Seminario de Geociencias

Credits

2

Distribution

-

FISI-4602 Seminario 2 de Geociencias

Credits

2

Distribution

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Instructor

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.

Credits

2

Distribution

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Instructor

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.

Credits

2

Distribution

-

Instructor

Quiroga Puello Luis

- FISI-4771

FISI-4774 Materiales y Nano-Estructuras

Credits

4

Distribution

-

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.

Credits

2

Distribution

-

Instructor

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.

Credits

2

Distribution

-

FISI-4810 Biología de Sistemas

Credits

4

Distribution

-

FISI-4814 FISI 4814

Credits

4

Distribution

-

FISI-4814L FISI 4814L

Credits

0

Distribution

-

FISI-4816 Biología Sintética

Credits

4

Distribution

-

- FISI-4818

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

Distribution

-

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.

Credits

2

Distribution

-

FISI-4904 Astrofisica Nuclear (Ingles)

Credits

4

Distribution

-

FISI-4906 FISI 4906

Credits

4

FISI-4961 FISI-4961

Distribution

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FISI-4990 Registration for Graduation

Registration for Graduation

Credits

0

FISI-4998 FISI-4998

Distribution

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