Practical Physics I
Develops the core practical experimental and computational skills necessary to do Physics. Students tackle simple physics questions involving mathematical models, computational simulations and solutions, experimental measurements, data and uncertainty analysis.
- PHY132H1/152H1, (MAT135H1,MAT136H1)/MAT137Y1/MAT157Y1
- Recommended preparation
['On-line Documents:', '- Computational Physics: https://computation.physics.utoronto.ca/', '- Computational exercises: see Quercus page', '- Experiments and exercises guide sheets: see Quercus page']
- Breadth requirement
- Distribution requirement
Background: No computational experience is required. Students should be familiar with data and file manipulation.
The first half of the course is dedicated to learning programming in Python; in the second part students apply programming to modeling physical systems and to analyze experimental data.
- course title
- PHY224H1 WINTER
- year of study
- 2nd year
- time and location
72P: M3-6, F1-4, room: MP222/MP235/MP238/MP126, In Person