Lecturer: Professor Frank Zimmermann
have questions regarding the lectures,
demonstrations, the textbook or iclickers,
contact Prof. Zimmermann.
The FINAL exam is on
May 12, 4-7 pm in College Avenue Campus Gym and
Annex (please arrive 20-30 min before 4 pm).
All sections are in one
Final: Wed., May 20, 4-7pm, Busch Campus, SEC-202.
Attendance of all
the exams will be strictly reinforced. No makeups will
be allowed, unless a legal reason exists.
Legal reasons for
missing an exam are:
1. Being sick, with a written letter from your doctor, backed by a letter from your Dean.
2. For athletes - participation in a sporting event, backed by a letter from your Dean or an official Rutgers coach.
the dawn of the 20th century, few scientists, even in
their wildest dreams, could have imagined the
momentous revolution ahead. The discovery of atoms and
participles, the notion of space time, the equivalence
of matter and energy, the wave nature of particles and
the particle nature of light, new quantum phases of
matter, semiconductors, superconductors, the expanding
universe... leading to current issues such as
the Higgs boson, dark matter, dark energy, and physics
beyond the standard model. All of these are part of
the great scientific revolution of the past 100 years,
a revolution that continues today, and whose
consequences have rapidly transformed our world and
impacted your life.