I teach the following courses this semester
PHYS102 Sections 13,14 and 15
PHYS102 Lab, Section 77
|Master Office Hours|
|How do things work|
|How stuff works|
on your textbook to discover many interesting things
2. Physics Applets (from the internet)
|PHYS432 (Introduction to Solid State Physics)|
In general, I taught the following courses:
July 1978 - Dec. 1979:
Taught the following graduate level courses:
i. Quantum Mechanics (FALL 1978)
ii. Thermodynamics (FALL 1978)
iv. Classical Mechanics (SPRING 1979, FALL 1979
Dec. 1979 - Dec.
Although I was designated as Research Associate, I taught physics courses at the level of PHYS 101 & PHYS 102 being taught at KFUPM.
Dec. 1980 - Present : PHYSICS DEPT. KFUPM
During my stay at KFUPM, I have taught practically all courses in Physics (i.e. General Physics I, II & III (PHYS101, 102 &201), Classical Mechanics I & II (PHYS 301, 302), Electricity and Magnetism I & II (PHYS305, 306), Heat And Thermodynamics (PHYS 331), Quantum Mechanics I & II (PHYS401, 402), Solid State Physics (PHYS432), Classical Mechanics (PHYS 507 GRADUATE COURSE) for the last 35 years. In addition, I have been coordinator for PHYS 101 & 102 courses (Lecture & Lab both) several times (more than 10 times for each course). I have participated in developing/improving several courses (Phys 301 & 302, Phys 101 & 102 etc.). In the recent years, I have always been on the exam committees of PHYS 101 & 102 as a Chairman, member or a reviewer.