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courses and 2 projects spread over four semesters. Twelve theory courses and four practical

lab course will be common and compulsory to all the students. Four theory courses can be

chosen from the elective courses offered by the institute. Two Lab courses can be chosen from

the elective lab courses offered by the institute. Each theory course will be of 4 (four) credits, a

practical lab course will be of 4 (four) credits and a project will be of 4 (four) credits. A project

can be on theoretical physics, experimental physics, applied physics, development physics,

computational physics or industrial product development. A student earns 24 (twenty four)

credits per semester and total 96 (ninety six) credits in four semesters. The course structure is

as follows,

Theory Courses

Paper-1 Paper-2 Paper-3 Paper-4

Semester-I Mathematical Classical Quantum Advanced

Methods Mechanics Mechanics-I Electronics

Semester-II Nuclear Physics Electrodynamics Quantum Solid State

Mechanics-II Physics

Semester-III Statistical Atomic and Elective Course Elective Course

Mechanics Molecular Physics

Semester-IV Experimental Solid State Elective Course Elective Course

Physics Devices

Semester-I Lab Course -1 Lab Course -2

Semester-II Lab Course -3 Lab Course -4

Semester-III Project-1 Elective Lab Course-1

Semester-IV Project-2 Elective Lab Course-2

Semester-I : Paper-I: (present syllabus)

Course no.: PSPH101: Mathematical Methods (60 lectures, 4 credits)

Unit-1

Properties of Fourier series, integral transforms, development of Fourier integrals, Fourier

transform of derivatives, convolution theorem. Laplace transforms, Laplace transform of

derivatives, Inverse Laplace transform and Convolution theorem.

Unit-2

Matrices, Eigenvalues and Eigen vectors, Diagonalization of Matrices, Application to Physics

problems, Applications to differential equations. Introduction to Tensor Analysis, Addition and

Subtraction of Tensors, summation convention, Contraction, Direct Product, Levi-Civita Symbol

Unit-3

Complex Variables, Limits, Continuity, Derivatives, Cauchy-Riemann Equations, Analytic

functions, Harmonic functions, Elementary functions: Exponential and Trigonometric, Taylor

and Laurent series, Residues, Residue theorem, Principal part of the functions, Residues at

poles, zeroes and poles of order m, Contour Integrals, Evaluation of improper real integrals,

improper integral involving Sines and Cosines, Definite integrals involving sine and cosine

functions.

Unit-4

Differential Equations: Frobenius method, series solutions, Legendre, Hermite and Laguerre

polynomials, Bessel equations, Partial differential equations, separation of variables, wave

equation and heat conduction equation. Green’s functions in one dimension.

Main references:

S.D.Joglekar, Mathematical Physics: The Basics, Universities Press 2005

S. D.Joglekar, Mathematical Physics: Advanced Topics, CRC Press 2007

M.L. Boas, Mathematical methods in the Physical Sciences, Wiley India 2006

Additional references.

1. G. Arfken: Mathematical Methods for Physicists, Academic Press

2. A.K. Ghatak, I.C. Goyal and S.J. Chua, Mathematical Physics, McMillan

3. A.C. Bajpai, L.R. Mustoe and D. Walker, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, John Wiley

4. E. Butkov, Mathematical Methods, Addison-Wesley

5. J. Mathews and R.L. Walker, Mathematical Methods of physics

6. P. Dennery and A. Krzywicki , Mathematics for physicists

7. T. Das and S.K. Sharma, Mathematical methods in Classical and Quantum Mechanics

8. R. V. Churchill and J.W. Brown, Complex variables and applications, V Ed. Mc Graw. Hill,

1990

9. A. W.Joshi, Matrices and Tensors in Physics, Wiley India

Proposed Revision

Semester-I : Paper-I:

Course no.: PSPH101: Mathematical Methods (60 lectures, 4 credits)

Unit 1

Matrices and Tensors

Matrices: Vector spaces, basis vectors, inner product, linear operators and matrices

Matrix algebra, determinant, inverse and rank of a matrix

Special Matrices: Symmetric, hermitian, unitary, normal

Eigenvalues and eigenvectors of matrices; change of basis, similarity transformations and

diagonalization of matrices

Tensors: Cartesian tensors, tensor algebra, differentiation and integration, General co-

ordinate transformations and tensor algebra

Unit-2

Complex Analysis

Complex Variables, Limits, Continuity, Derivatives, Cauchy-Riemann equations, Analytic

functions, Harmonic functions, Elementary functions: Exponential and Trigonometric, Taylor

and Laurent series, Residues, Residue theorem, Principal part of the functions, Residues at

poles, zeroes and poles of order m, Contour Integrals, Evaluation of improper real integrals,

improper integral involving sines and cosines, Definite integrals involving sine and cosine

functions.

Unit-3

Differential Equations and Integral Transforms

Ordinary Differential Equations- Series Solution method: Illustration using Bessel, Legendre,

Hermite and Laguerre equations

Transforms: Fourier series (recap), Fourier Transforms and properties

Laplace Transforms and properties, Applications of Laplace transform to solution of ordinary

differential equations

Unit-4

Partial Differential Equations and Green’s Function

Partial Differential Equations (PDE):

Definitions: PDE, order of a PDE, linear PDE, homogeneous PDE;

Boundary conditions, initial conditions. Classification of PDEs of the form

Auxx +2Buxy +Cuyy = F(x, y, z, ux, uy, uz)

Wave Equation in one dimension and its solution using Fourier series. D’ Alembert’s solution.

Wave equation in two dimensions for a rectangular membrane and its solution using Double

Fourier series

Heat equation in one dimension and its solutions using Fourier series and using Fourier

transforms.

Laplace’s equation in two dimensions with rectangular boundary conditions. Laplacian in polar

coordinates, Circular membrane, Fourier-Bessel series.

(Main Reference: E Kreyszig, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 9th Edition, Wiley India

(2013), Chapter 12.)

Green’s Function and its relation to delta function. Green’s functions in one dimension

and its application to ordinary differential equations. Green’s functions in three

dimensions.

(Main Reference: F.W. Byron and R.W Fuller, Mathematics of Classical and Quantum Physics,

Dover Publications, New York (1992), (Chapter 7) )

Main References

1. K F Riley, M P Hobson and S J Bence: Mathematical Methods for Physics and

Engineering, Cambridge University Press, Third Edition (2006)

2. R. V. Churchill and J.W. Brown, Complex variables and applications, V Ed. Mc Graw. Hill,

1990

3. E. Kreyszig: Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 9th Edition, Wiley India (2013)

4. F.W. Byron and R.W Fuller, Mathematics of Classical and Quantum Physics, Dover

Publications, New York (1992), Volumes 1 and 2

Additional References

1. G. Arfken: Mathematical Methods for Physicists, Academic Press

2. A.K. Ghatak, I.C. Goyal and S.J. Chua, Mathematical Physics, McMillan

3. J. Mathews and R.L. Walker, Mathematical Methods of physics

4. P. Dennery and A. Krzywicki , Mathematics for physicists

5. A. W.Joshi, Matrices and Tensors in Physics, Wiley India

6. Murray Spiegel: Schaum’s outline of Complex Variables

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