Physical Fundamentals of Electronics (122- Computer Science)
Department: physical and biomedical electronics
|Semester||Amount of hours||Lecturer||Group(s)|
|1||32||Professor Bordun O. M.||ФеІ-11, ФеІ-12, ФеІ-13, ФеІ-14, ФеІ-15|
|Semester||Amount of hours||Group||Teacher(s)|
|1||32||ФеІ-11||Kayun I. V., Kayun I. V.|
|ФеІ-12||Medvid I. I., Kayun I. V.|
|ФеІ-13||Khomyshyn I. Yu., Demkiv Taras|
|ФеІ-14||Matvijishyn I. M., Khomyshyn I. Yu.|
|ФеІ-15||Matvijishyn I. M., Medvid I. I.|
Опис навчальної дисципліни
The subject of study of the discipline “Physical Fundamentals of Electronics” is a thorough knowledge of physics and electronics, without which future full-fledged professional activity in the fields of mathematical modeling, engineering design, etc. is impossible. Laws and phenomena of physics are the basis of modern electronics, the foundation for various branches of science and technology. Studying them during lectures, laboratory and practical classes will allow you to master many other important courses at the Faculty of Electronics.
The laboratory workshop on the course “Physical Fundamentals of Electronics” for students of the Faculty of Electronics and Computer Technology is an important foundation for acquiring skills in working with equipment, provides information on methods of studying physical phenomena, lays the conditions for independent research.
The training of a highly qualified specialist should be based on fundamental knowledge that is acquired during practical classes. Solving problems contributes to a deeper understanding of physical phenomena, establishing relationships between basic quantities.
basic ideas, concepts and laws of physics, the limits of their application,
laws of kinematics and dynamics, conservation laws in mechanics, mechanics of liquids and gases, oscillations and waves, molecular kinetic theory, basics of thermodynamics, electrostatics, laws of direct and alternating currents, magneto statics, electromagnetic induction, Maxwell’s equation, electromagnetic waves;
basic physical quantities, units of their measurement; fundamental concepts;
major technical issues related to the use of physical phenomena.
apply the studied laws and principles to solve problems in physics;
apply the acquired knowledge in practice, in particular during a physical experiment;
explain electrical processes and phenomena used in technology and everyday life;
determine the principles of operation and scope of physical methods and devices, the work of which is based on electromagnetic phenomena.