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The physics course consists of a selection of the most relevant topics for students in Odontoiatry.
It will bring students to face the problems in quantitative approaches.
The course is divided into modules presented under website Aulaweb, each of which contains teaching units consisting of video lessons, transparencies files, and exercises.
To transfer the methodology of physics as a basis for scientific learning. To explain the basic principles of physics and their implications in the biomedical field. To teach how to solve simple physics problems on topics directly related to the biomedical field and to provide quantitative assessments and estimates of the phenomena analyzed.
The student must learn the main elements of mechanics, and thermodynamics, electricity, waves and light phenomena, atomic and nuclear physics, with particular reference to topics of greatest importance for students in the Sciences of
Students will need to learn how to correlate the topics of the lessons on the AULAWEB site with the ability to solve simple physical exercises. Numerous application examples and exercises are provided for this purpose. They will need to be able to apply mathematical and geometric knowledge to the proposed physical problems.
Only the ability to correctly interpret the proposed questions in the form of numerical exercises and / or quizzes can ensure that the student understands the topics of the lessons. The student will have to acquire the ability to understand and correlate rather than rely solely on the mnemonic acquisition.
The training objectives according to the five Dublin descriptors are of the fifth typology.
The course is held through frontal lessons. Students are required to attend the course and they can find further information on the AulaWeb page.
Physical properties . Vectors. Kinematics. Dynamics. Work and energy. Rotational equilibrium and levers. Static and fluid dynamics. Ideal and real fluids. Osmosis and surface tension. Thermodynamics. First Principle of Thermodynamics. Perfect gas. Second principle of Thermodynamics and entropy. Electrical and magnetic phenomena. Electromagnetic and application readings. Waves and electromagnetic waves. Imaging Techniques. Survey of modern physical principles; specifically to LASER physics.
For further information, students are directed to specific web sites and material provided by the teacher on Aulaweb.
For the exercises, the reference text is the Celasco-Panzieri 2000 Physics Exercises - ECIG - Genoa
Office hours: The teacher receives students any day on e-mail request: firstname.lastname@example.org, he is also available to address questions or suggestions on the solution of the exercises over mobile phone or Skype/WhatsApp.
ROBERTO EGGENHOFFNER (President)
Class starts on March 8, 2017
The exam is written and requires the resolution of Physics exercises.
Testing and self-evaluation are carried out during the second semester.
The student overcome the script may also require oral examination.
The student must solve four Physics exercises with topics distributed throughout the entire course. It must demonstrate that the core concepts of the course are understood appropriately and he must know how to apply it.
The teacher receives students on any day on e-mail request, he is also available to answer questions about the lessons and the solution of exercises on the cellphone or skype.