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Courses' Notes

[-] CPHY321 (please note that the notes are still in a draft version, last update 24 Feb 2010)

[-] PHYS351 (please note that the notes are still in a draft version, last update 13 May 2011)

[-] PHYS352 (please note that the notes are still in a draft version, last update 23 July 2010)


Courses taught at UKZN

[-] PHYS721 (Nonequilibrium statistical mechanics).
January-May 2010.
February-June 2009.
February-June 2008.

[-] PHYS731 (Physics Projects 1).
January-May 2010.
February-June 2009.

[-] PHYS732 (Physics Project 2: Introduction to research methods in theoretical and computational physics). July-November 2010.
July-November 2009.

[-] PHYS752 (Advanced Mathematical Methods in theoretical and statistical mechanics).
July-November 2010.
July-November 2009.


[-] CPHY321 (Statistical physics and molecular dynamics simulation).
January-May 2010.
February-June 2009.
February-June 2008.

[-] PHYS351 (Theoretical Mechanics, Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formulation of the dynamics of particles and fields).
January-May 2010.
February-June 2009.
February-June 2008.

[-] PHYS352 (Time-dependent quantum mechanics, relativity, relativistic quantum mechanics, and introduction to particle physics).
July-November 2010.
July-November 2009.
August-November 2008.
August-November 2007.


[-] PHYS131 (Thermal Physics for Biology, Engineering, and Chemistry).
January-May 2010.

[-] PHYS152 (Time-dependent currents and circuits, magnetism) Twelve lectures and four tutorials of fortyfive minutes each.
September-November 2007.


Teaching Experience in Canada

[-] Tutor of graduate and undergraduate students in Professor Kapral's group: coordinate research, help with computer programming and teach advanced theory (2002 - 2004).


Teaching Experience in Italy

[-] Teaching Abilitation with the Italian School of Secondary Teaching Specialization (2007).

[-] Lecturer of the course Molecular Dynamics held at the Spring College in Computational Physics, International Center of Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy (19 May - 27 June 1997).

[-] Co-supervisor of a graduate student's thesis PVM Parallelization of a Brownian Dynamics Code on a RISC-IBM Cluster presented at the School of Informatics, University of Messina, Italy (1992-1993).

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