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Teaching Experience:


Stanford University Physics 45 Light and Heat, Fall 2011

Topics: reflection and refraction, lenses and lens systems; polarization, interference, and diffraction; temperature, properties of matter and thermodynamics, introduction to kinetic theory of matter



Stanford University Physics 42 Classical Mechanics Laboratory, Winter 2012

Topics: hands-on exploration of concepts in classical mechanics: Newton's laws, conservation laws, rotational motion. Introduction to laboratory techniques, experimental equipment and data analysis



Stanford University Physics 43 Electricity and Magnetism, Spring 2012

Topics: electrostatics, Coulomb's law, electric fields and fluxes, electric potential, properties of conductors, Gauss's law, capacitors and resistors, DC circuits; magnetic forces and fields, Biot-Savart law, Faraday's law, Ampere's law, inductors, transformers, AC circuits, motors and generators, electric power, Galilean transformation of electric and magnetic fields, Maxwell's equations; limited coverage of electromagnetic fields and special relativity



Stanford University Physics 26 Modern Physics Laboratory, Spring 2014

Topics: guided hands-on and simulation-based exploration of concepts in modern physics, including special relativity, quantum mechanics and nuclear physics with an emphasis on student predictions, observations and explanations

DRAFT: This module has unpublished changes.