Enrollment into the program.

# Proseminar A/B

The use of vector algebra as well as differential and integral calculus for solving advanced problems from Physics 1 and Physics 2. The emphasis is on mastering the advanced methods and physical interpretations of solutions.

Plotting graphs, discussion of limiting cases and setting the differential equations for typical problems that appear in Physics 1 and Physics 2.

J. Strnad, Fizika I, Fizika II. DZS.

D. Halliday, R. Resnick and J. Walker, Fundamentals of Physics. John Wiley & Sons.

H.D. Young, R.A. Freedman, Sears and Zemansky's University Physics. Addison-Wesley.

J. Seliger, Zapiski predavanj iz Fizike I: Mehanika, Toplota. in Zapiski predavanj iz Fizike II . Dosegljivo na spletnem naslovu: http://www.fmf.uni-lj.si/~seliger.

To develop student’s skills for describing physical problem with mathematical language. To learn advanced methods of solving problems and to interpret the solutions with the objective to upgrade understanding of concepts in Physics 1&2. To make simple assessments of anticipated solutions and to learn methods for simplifying problems.

Knowledge and understanding: Understanding of mathematical concepts for solving problems in physics; mastering and upgrading advanced concepts in Physics 1&2.

Application: The use of different mathematical tools, methods of assessment, and simplification of otherwise complex physical problems from the topics covered by Physics 1&2.

Reflection: The ability to critically address and analyse particular practical problems.

Transferable skills: The ability to efficiently use Slovenian as well as foreign literature or Internet to solve particular problems in Physics 1&2. The capabilities to present and discuss solutions.

Lectures, homeworks, seminars.

Evaluation of individual work on solving and presenting solutions of particular problems in Physics 1&2.

Marks: finished/not finished.

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Polymorphism control of superconductivity and magnetism in Cs[sub]3C[sub]

(60) close to the Mott transition. Nature (Lond.), 2010, vol. 466, 221. - TAKABAYASHI, Yasuhiro, JEGLIČ, Peter, ARČON, Denis et al. The disorderfree

non-BCS superconductor Cs[sub]3Csub emerges from an

antiferromagnetic insulator parent state. Science (Wash. D.C.), 2009, vol. 323,

no. 5921, 1585. - MIHAILOVIĆ, Dragan, ARČON, Denis, VENTURINI, Peter, BLINC, Robert,

OMERZU, Aleš, CEVC, Pavel. Orientational and magnetic ordering buckyballs in

TDAE-C60. Science (Wash. D.C.), 1995, 268, 400. - LAPPAS, A., PRASSIDES, K., VAVEKIS, K., ARČON, Denis, BLINC, Robert,

CEVC, Pavel, AMATO, A., FEYERHERM, R., GYGAX, F. N., SCHENCK, A.

Spontaneous magnetic ordering in the fullerene charge-transfer salt

(TDAE)C60. Science (Wash. D.C.), 1995, vol. 267, 1799. - PREGELJ, Matej, ZAHARKO, Oksana, ZORKO, Andrej, KUTNJAK, Zdravko,

JEGLIČ, Peter, BROWN, P. J., JAGODIČ, Marko, JAGLIČIĆ, Zvonko, BERGER,

Helmuth, ARČON, Denis. Spin amplitude modulation driven magnetoelectric

coupling in the new multiferroic FeTe[sub]2O[sub]5Br. Phys. rev. lett., 2009,

vol. 103, no. 14, p. 147202.