Assignment Pickup at the Physics Office:
Each assignment is in a Separate Folder on the table next to the Physics 407
Please don't make a mess of it, so that also your classmates can find their
Please pick them up!!!
All assignments will be discarded 2 weeks after they have been made
Physics 407 is taught by Dr.
Amitava Bhattarcharjee in Spring 2004
The class was taught by Dr.
Eberhard Möbius in Fall 2003. This website was mainly compiled for
that class. For specific information on the current class please go to
Prof. Bhattacharjee's website. However, feel free to browse this website
for other useful information related to Physics 407, such as Review material
and Practice Exams.
Missing Labs will make you fail the Class!! You
must have attended and finished all 10 Labs and the Concept Post Test by the
end of the semester!!
If you miss a Lab on the way or have a scheduling conflict with one of the
Labs, check up with your TA immediately about any Make-up. Make-up time slots
at the end of the semsterare limited. No Make-ups after the last week of classes!!!
Lectures are interactive
As of last year this class has become more interactive. We use a remote response
system in the classroom so that you can answer questions on the fly, we can
see the results together, and can then steer the flow of the lecture accordingly.
You need to purchase a Remote Pad (our Star Trek Communicator) by eInstruction
at the bookstore. Both the UNH Bookstore in the MUB and the Durham Book Exchange
have them available.
- You need to go to the eInstruction
Website in order to register your Pad for this class. (see
- Click the Student button at the top of the page.
- Select "University of New Hampshire" from the drop-down menu.
- Enter the Class Key (see Instructions) in
the appropriate box.
- Enter your enrollment code (from the back cover of your user's guide that
comes with the Pad)
- Enter the Pad's Serial Number (on the back of the Pad).
- Click "Join the Class".
If you still have problems, please go to the FAQ section.
If this doesn't help, contact eInstruction
Technical Support and/or come to my Office Hour.
Interested in some discussions about the universe that go beyond Physics?
Join the INCO 796 Seminar
and Our View of the World"
always in Spring (E. Moebius, T. Davis, W. deVries)
Starting again January 26, 2004