# 1000

## FISI-1000 Prephysics

The pre-physics course is designed to help the students who may not be well prepared in subjects as physics and mathematics. Subjects as arithmetic, algebra, geometry and trigonometry, as well as techniques as handling of graphs, equations and problem-solving, all of the aforesaid within a physical context, analyzing simple situations in terms of optics, kinematics, dynamics, acoustics and electromagnetism.

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2

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Galan Rojas Jorge## FISI-1002 Initiation to physics

Initiation to university-lifestyle. Initiation to the physics degree, the physics department, research on the physics department. Introduction to the scientific method. Matter models at different scales.

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0.5

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-## FISI-1003 Colloquium on Physics I

The seminar is presented weekly with a physics-related issue concerning recent research and developments.

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0.5

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Rodriguez Duenas Ferney## FISI-1004A Great Ideas of Physics

What are the basic concepts upon the origin and evolution of the universe, and about the matter´s most fundamental structure from atoms to quarks? In the search for answers we explore the greatest unifying ideas we see in the cosmos. From the old Greeks to modern science: Scientific Understanding of nature, mathematics and experiments as the foundations of modern science. Great ideas on Physics: From the movement of the sky and earth to universal laws. The concept of the atom: Moving atoms. Symmetry and conservation laws. Entropy law: Second law of thermodynamics. Unification: From electricity and magnetism to the light. The relativist universe: The condition of relativity of space-time. The quantum universe: The most fundamental structure of the matter.

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3

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Gomez Moreno Bernardo## FISI-1005 Colloquium on Physics II

The colloquium is presented weekly with a physics-related issue related to recent research and developments.

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0.5

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-## FISI-1006A Physics for space travel

Black holes, time travels, antimatter reactors, quantum teleportation, nanotechnology and robots are examples of what we find in travels of exploration on the universe. These travels are coupled by concepts of relativist and quantum concepts of physics. We will study the reality and the promises of the modern physics, and its technological derivates explored with the futuristic vision of the popular series Star Trek, the current technological derivates and the possibilities for the future.

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3

## FISI-1012 Basics of Physics I

Fundamental magnitudes and definitions. Kinematics in one and two dimensions. Mechanics. Newton´s Laws. Forces in Biology. Work and Energy. Law of conservation of energy, law of moment, law of angular momentum. Center of mass. Ideal fluid mechanics.

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3

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-## FISI-1013 Basics of Physics I - Laboratory

Measures and error calculation. Linear regressions. One-dimension kinematics. Forces.Friction force. Potential Energy (vertical throw). Two-dimension collisions. Uniform Circular motion. Archimedes principle. Hydrodynamics. Behavior of gas at a constant volume. Specific heats of solids.

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1

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-## FISI-1018 Physics I

The aim of the course is to help the student develop a critical attitude towards the solution of scientific and practical problems. The student will be introduced to the scientific method through the study of the laws of mechanic, including kinematics in one and two dimensions, Newton´s laws, conservation laws, rotational motion, gravitation and har- monic motion, at a level suitable for beginning undergraduates. The experiments performed during the semester will help the student to better understand the concepts in mechanics acquired in the theory class and to relate real physical phenomena with the models used to describe them.

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3

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Pedraza Juan## FISI-1019 Experimental Physics I

The experiments performed during the semester will help the student to better understand the concepts in mechanics acquired in the theory class and to relate real physical phenomena with the models used to describe them.

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1

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Jaramillo Cano Diego## FISI-1020 Física II

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3

## FISI-1021 Física Experimental II

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1

## FISI-1022 Basic Physics II

Temperature. Ideal gases. Kinetic theory of the gases. First and second law of thermodynamics. Simple harmonic movement. Wave propagation. Interference. Electric charge. Coulomb´s law. Gauss´s law. Capacitance. Electric current. Ohm´s law. Kirchoff´s law. RC circuits. Neuron as electrical circuit. Magnetism.

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3

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-## FISI-1023 Basic Physics II - Laboratory

Water´s latent heat. Thermal expansion of water. Simple harmonic movement. Mechanical waves on a string. Acoustic waves in a pipe. Field lines. Equipotential lines. Ohm´s law. Equivalent resistances. Charge and discharge of a condenser. Spectrum of the atom of hydrogen. Polarization.

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1

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-## FISI-1028 Physics II

The aim of the course is to help the student to further develop his/ her understanding of the scientific method and hence to develop a critical attitude. This is achieved through the study of the basic laws of thermodynamics and electromagnetism and their applications to situations of actual physical interest.

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3

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Rodriguez Duenas Ferney## FISI-1029 Experimental Physics II

The aim of the course is to further develop the student´s ability to perform a physics experiment and to analyze the measured data. Furthermore, the student will have the opportunity to design an experiment from scratch. The experiments to be performed correspond to the topics covered in the theory course (thermal physics and electromagnetism.

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1

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-## FISI-1038 Waves and fluids

In this course we apply, at an introductory level, the classic mechanics of fluids. We also study the behavior of still fluids (hydrostatics), fluids in movement (hydrodynamics) and vibration (waves). The undulating phenomena are deeply studied through the use of cases as sound and light.

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3

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-## FISI-1039 Laboratory of Waves and Fluids

In this course we conduct experiments related to topics studied in the course Waves and Fluids, as hydrostatics, hydrodynamics, optics and acoustics. We also work with some electrical circuits that allow comparing oscillating systems.

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1

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-## FISI-1048 Modern Physics

In this course we study fields of Physics that have appeared during the 20th century, as Relativity, Quantum Mechanics and the matter´s structure: the atom, the molecule, the macroscopic matter in solid state, the atomic nuclei, the elemental particles, and some applications as the laser and nuclear energy. This is an introductory-level course.

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3

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Jimenez Piedrahita Juan## FISI-1049 Laboratory of Moder Physics

In this course we will conduct some experiments proven to have played an important role in the development of modern physics. The students will learn the functioning of the equipments, how data is taken and analyzed, and how the results are interpreted.

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3

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Salazar Serrano Luis## - FISI-1060B

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## FISI-1094B FISI 1094B

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3

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## FISI-1860 Electronic I

Linear circuits. Thevenin and Norton Theorems. Circuits of frequency analysis. Diodes. Transistors. Operational amplifiers. Principles of logic and digital systems. FT and FFT.

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3

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Guzman Rincon David## FISI-1907B Planet Astronomy

Observation guidance, celestial coordinates, apparent movement of Sun, stations, Earth orbit, moon movement, eclipses, general description of orbits, laws of Kepler, calculation of orbits and prediction of positions, planets, Solar System inventory.

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3

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Oostra Vannoppen Benjamin## FISI-1908B Galactic Astronomy

Orientations for observations, celestial coordinates, description and naming of stars, spectrometry, telescopes, parallax, absolute magnitudes, H-R diagrams, variable stars, cumulus, nebulae, the Milky Way, radio astronomy, classification and distances of galaxies, basic concepts of cosmology.

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3

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## FISI-1913B FISI 1913B

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3