From Wikiversity
Jump to navigation Jump to search

< School:Physics and Astronomy

An acoustics model shows sound reflecting from an acoustic diffuser. Credit: Trevor Cox.

This is the home page for the Physics Department of the school of physics and astronomy. The department organizes and develops Physics content on Wikiversity.

If you are knowledgeable in any area of physics, feel free to improve upon what you see, we would greatly appreciate your contributions.

Divisions[edit | edit source]

The learning resources and divisions are grouped by level of difficulty, and each one roughly corresponds to an academic year at degree level. Normally you should not study a subject at a higher level until you have completed, or are at least familiar, with the previous level.

Postgraduate & Research[edit | edit source]

Topics in other schools[edit | edit source]

School of Mathematics[edit | edit source]

School of Computer Science[edit | edit source]

(work in progress)

School of Engineering[edit | edit source]

Learning projects and resources[edit | edit source]

Atomic, Nuclear and particle physics[edit | edit source]

Quantum mechanics[edit | edit source]

Relativity[edit | edit source]

Cosmology[edit | edit source]

Classical mechanics[edit | edit source]

Thermodynamics[edit | edit source]

Electromagnetism[edit | edit source]

Mathematics[edit | edit source]

Since the time of Newton, mathematics has played a major role in physics. Some of the mathematical techniques are objects of study in their own right. These can be found in the mathematics resources template below.

Essays[edit | edit source]

The subpage hosts essays and explorations. Some of these may represent nonstandard physics.

Learning groups[edit | edit source]

  • Physics - Physics in simple English.

Sub departments[edit | edit source]

Sub-departments along with courses, activities, articles, lectures and quizzes can be found under External links in the Physics resources template labeled Topics.

External links[edit | edit source]

{{Charge ontology}}{{Flight resources}}{{Mathematics resources}}