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I'm taking:

1. Circuits and Signals III - Primarily deals with signal processing

2. Communications engineering I - mathematical techniques for signal modulation and other aspects of telecommunications

3. Physical electronics - properties of semiconductor devices

4. Microprocessors lab - lab for microprocessors (involves semester long design project)

5. Basic theory of statistics

6. Either electricity and magnetism lab or introduction to modern physics.

Depending on that last choice I'll either be taking 18 or 20 hours, so it should be a fun semester

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Calc I

Astronomy (majors) +lab

Renaissance History

Physics major colloquium 1cr thing-y

I start in September :)

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August 24 Calc3, rigid body mechanics, gen physics 2 with lab.

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Calculus 3, Linear Algebra, Object Oriented Java, Philosophy Gen Ed.

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Thermodynamic Fundementals

Differential Equations

Contemporary Moral Issues

Statistics for Engineers

Start next Thursday!

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2. differentiable manifolds

3. geometry in string theory (math department!)

4. grad stat mech

5. grad math methods

starting august 24th! psyched.

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Optics

Advanced computational physics

advanced experimental lab

independent research in physics

oh, and english literature! (i just HAD to put off my gen eds until senior year...)

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General Chemistry II + Lab

Ordinary Diff Equations

Thermal Physics

Modern Physics

Theoretical Mechanics

Math Methods of Physics & Chem I

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-) Introductory Exams (Basic Maths)

-) Calculus I (Mathematical Analysis)

-) Analytical Geometry

-) Scientific Programming I

-) Scientific Programming Lab I

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Engineering 102: Prob Solving & Eng Design - How to design problems and solve engineers.

Engineering 110: Solid State Chemistry - Why solids are better than liquids.

Drawing 1: Drawing for people who can't draw.

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Partial Differential Equations

Electricity and Magnetism I (Electrodynamics)

Analytical Mechanics

Object Oriented Programming and Data Abstraction (Java 2)

Computer Organization (C)

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Numerical Weather Prediction (Matlab)

Probability and Stats for Scits. & Enginrs.

Senior Research

E&M I

Sept 1st

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For anyone in high school here - finish the first time around! As an adult it'll cost you an arm and a leg!

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I graduated from High School just a month ago, in an Aeronautics course here in Italy, and I can tell you pretty easily, whatever you're going to do, take HS seriously. It is going to give you basis you'll need pretty much everywhere, whether you want to start working straight after graduation or either you want to continue in university.

For anyone in high school here - finish the first time around! As an adult it'll cost you an arm and a leg!

I didn't get much far, not even after a single month after graduating, without needing what I learnt lol, and simply because while calculating plane routes and flight mechanics you need Calculus, and that's what I'm going to meet first in uni, both in the introductory exams and the actual calculus course.

And don't forget that if you manage to get a good grade (one that suits yourself) you will be having an easier time after that. Good luck!

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Group Theory

Standard Model / Anomalies

General Relativity

Quantum Electrodynamics

Quantum Field Theory I

Cosmology I

Computing for Physicists

Lots of ground to cover in one semester! Starting in the first week of October.

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2. FPGA Design (grad course): Covers FPGA architecture, design methods, and evolvable hardware.

3. Senior Design 1: Plan is to design an FPGA-based video processor for handling composite and RGB video input, similar to XRGB-mini/framemeister.

4. Spanish 2

Starts the 24th. I'll be volunteering as a peer adviser for prospective undergrad researchers and will also be working 15 hours a week as a research assistant in the computer arch lab. I'm also trying to submit a paper to a journal for review by November, this is going to be one heck of a semester!

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Materials (final year BEng course, normally taken as the 4th materials engineering course by materials engineers)

Electromagnetics and Wave Propagation

Quantum Mechanics I

Start mid sept so got a while still :3

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This sem am doing:

Advanced Algebra

Differential Geometry

Lie Theory

Statistical Mechanics

Advanced Algebra

Differential Geometry

Lie Theory

Statistical Mechanics

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Chemical Kinetics and Reactor Design

Engineering Economics and Optimization

Materials of Chemical Engineering

Separation and Mass Transfer Operations Laboratory

Introduction to Combinatorics 1

=)

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Computer science 2 (basically java programming 2)

survey of probability and statistics

finite mathematical structures (I think it is a combinatorics class)

starting august 24th

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Astronomy

Nuclear & Elementary Particle Physics

Elecronic Circuits Lab

Atomic Physics Lab

Starting in the first week of October

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1. Stellar Astrophysics

2. Electricity & Magnetism II

3. Quantum Mechanics

4. Ordinary Differential Equations ( I took this as a combined class with Linear Algebra a while ago, but I'm getting a minor in math so I have to take it separately :-/ )

Oh and I'm starting research with one of my professors studying globular clusters for my senior project!

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I take stellar astrophysics I next fall, let me know how you liked that class!

1. Stellar Astrophysics

2. Electricity & Magnetism II

3. Quantum Mechanics

4. Ordinary Differential Equations ( I took this as a combined class with Linear Algebra a while ago, but I'm getting a minor in math so I have to take it separately :-/ )

Oh and I'm starting research with one of my professors studying globular clusters for my senior project!

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