David Kagan - College of Engineering - Physics

David Kagan, PhD

Full Time Lecturer

Physics

508-910-6604

david.kagan@umassd.edu

Science & Engineering 203D

Education

2007University of CambridgePhD
2002Columbia UniversityBA

Teaching

Programs

Teaching

Courses

Calculus-based introduction to the concepts of classical mechanics, emphasizing problem solving and covering the same topics as PHY 113. Topics include 1- and 2-dimensional kinematics and dynamics; Newton's Laws of Motion; work, energy and momentum; and rotational motion and angular momentum. Many of these topics are further explored in laboratory experiments. This course may be repeated as PHY 113.

Calculus-based introduction to classical mechanics, emphasizing problem solving. Topics include 1- and 2-dimensional kinematics and dynamics; Newton's Laws of Motion; work, energy and momentum; and rotational motion and angular momentum. Many of these topics are further explored in laboratory experiments.

Calculus-based introduction to classical mechanics, emphasizing problem solving. Topics include 1- and 2-dimensional kinematics and dynamics; Newton's Laws of Motion; work, energy and momentum; and rotational motion and angular momentum. Many of these topics are further explored in laboratory experiments.

Calculus-based introduction to classical mechanics, emphasizing problem solving. Topics include 1- and 2-dimensional kinematics and dynamics; Newton's Laws of Motion; work, energy and momentum; and rotational motion and angular momentum. Many of these topics are further explored in laboratory experiments.

Calculus-based introduction to classical mechanics, emphasizing problem solving. Topics include 1- and 2-dimensional kinematics and dynamics; Newton's Laws of Motion; work, energy and momentum; and rotational motion and angular momentum. Many of these topics are further explored in laboratory experiments.

Advanced treatment of a special topic in physics or astrophysics with an emphasis on recent developments in these areas. The subject matter varies according to the interests of the instructor and students.

An advanced treatment of a special topic in physics with an emphasis on recent developments. The subject matter varies according to the interests of the instructor and the students.

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