Euler’s Clinic is an activity to strengthen basic academic knowledge of NAS students, such as undergraduate mathematics, physics and statistics knowledge and skills. The activity is run in form of friendly discussion on some chosen topics that students need to know. All NAS students are welcome.
The Euler’s Clinic is run by Dr. Manabendra Sharma (Lecturer and Ph.D. Academic Tutor). It is scheduled to run 8 slots/term.
The topics to be covered are decided after interaction with students. Mostly the clinic is supposed to deal with areas where students need particular attention. The idea is to encourage students to interact and express their concerns in undergraduate topics in physics and related areas and explore with lively discussion beyond the walls of classroom teaching.
As the name suggests the first meeting might be on Euler-Lagrange equation and its application in physics and mathematics. (Stay tuned!)
Location: The Quad or Cafe Principia
Day and Time: Wednesday @ 3pm
|23/08/2023||Microscopic and Macroscopic system|
|13/09/2023||Concept of Probability|
|27/09/2023||Cyclic coordinates and conservation|
|19/10/2023||Generating Function, Canonical Transformation|
|19/10/2023||Eigen value problem|