          Description of Individual Course Units
 Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Type of Course Unit Year of Study Semester Number of ECTS Credits 9101046061998 Mathematical Methods for Physicists II Compulsory 1 1 8
Level of Course Unit
Third Cycle
Language of Instruction
Turkish
Objectives of the Course
One of the main objectives of this course is to derive the equations of mathematical physics out of basic principle of physics.For this aim the course provides the mathematical methods for the graduate students of science. Thus ,they could cope with the mathematical difficulties that they met during their research.
Name of Lecturer(s)
Prof. Dr. Fevzi Büyükkılıç
Learning Outcomes
 1 Description of physical phenomena in terms of mathematics 2 To familiarize with advanced mathematical techniques which are used in physics 3 To use advanced mathematical techniques in physical problems
Mode of Delivery
Face to Face
Prerequisites and co-requisities
None
Recommended Optional Programme Components
None
Course Contents
The Mathematical Description of Physical Phenomena. Integral Transform. Fourier ,Laplace Transforms. Integral equations. Complex Variable Techniques. Analytic Functions. Power Series. Integral Calculations. Taylor and Laurent Expansions. Analytic Continuation. Evaluation of Integrals. The Residue Theorem. Contour Integral Techniques. Applications.
Weekly Detailed Course Contents
 Week Theoretical Practice Laboratory 1 The Mathematical Description of Physical Phenomena. 2 Integral Transform 3 Fourier, Laplace Transforms 4 Integral equations 5 Complex Variable Techniques 6 Analytic Functions 7 Midterm Exam 8 Power Series 9 Integral Calculations 10 Taylor and Laurent Expansions 11 Analytic Continuation 12 Evaluation of Integrals 13 The Residue Theorem 14 Contour Integral Techniques 15 Applications 16 Final Exam
1. Bayın S., “Fen ve Mühendislik Bilimlerinde Matematik Yöntemler” Ders kitapları A.Ş. Ankara (2004). 2. Weltner K., Weber W.J., Grosjean J., Schuster P., Mathematics for Physicists and Engineers, Springer (2009) 3. Chow L. Tai, Mathematical Methods for Physicists A Concise Introduction, Cambridge (2000).
Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods
Assessment Methods and Criteria
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Work Placement(s)
None 