Methods of Mathematical Physics

Course code

MLF6103.LT

old course code

MLF6103

Course title in Estonian

Matemaatilise füüsika meetodid

Course title in English

Methods of Mathematical Physics

ECTS credits

4.0

Assessment form

Examination

lecturer of 2023/2024 Spring semester

Not opened for teaching. Click the study programme link below to see the nominal division schedule.

lecturer of 2024/2025 Autumn semester

Not opened for teaching. Click the study programme link below to see the nominal division schedule.

Course aims

Major. To provide an overview of the chosen mathematical methods for description of physical fields and possessing of skills to solve the principal types of problems.

Brief description of the course

Vectors and vector fields, differential operators, gradient, divergence, rotor, circulation, integral- and differential calculus in field theory. Spherical, polar and cylindrical coordinates. Scalar line and surface integrals. Theorems of Gauss-Ostrogradski and Stokes. Central fields theory. Conservativity of fields. Basic elements of potential fields theory.

Learning outcomes in the course

Upon completing the course the student:

- has ability to interpret the mathematical description of physical fields;

- knows the time-space objects as well;

- Intensities in the theoretical understanding of mathematics in physics;

- has ability to apply vector analysis dynamics and challenges of modern physics;

- has ability to independently complete themselves in mathematical physics.

- has ability to interpret the mathematical description of physical fields;

- knows the time-space objects as well;

- Intensities in the theoretical understanding of mathematics in physics;

- has ability to apply vector analysis dynamics and challenges of modern physics;

- has ability to independently complete themselves in mathematical physics.

Teacher

PhD Astrid Rekker

Prerequisite course 1

Prerequisite course 2

The course is a prerequisite

Study programmes containing that course

Integrated Natural Sciences (MLLB/20.LT)

Integrated Natural Sciences (MLLB/19.LT)

Integrated Natural Sciences (MLLB/18.LT)

Integrated Natural Sciences (MLLB/17.LT)

Integrated Natural Sciences (MLLB/16.LT)

Integrated Natural Sciences (MLLB/00.LT)

Integrated Natural Sciences (MLLB/15.LT)

Physics (with Minor Field of Study) (MLFB/14.LT)

Physics (with Minor Field of Study) (MLFB/13.LT)

Physics (with Minor Field of Study) (MLFB/12.LT)

Physics (with Minor Field of Study) (MLFB/11.LT)

Physics (with Minor Field of Study) (MLFB/10.LT)

Physics (with Minor Field of Study) (MLFB/09.LT)

Physics (with Minor Field of Study) (MLFB/08.LT)

Integrated Natural Sciences (MLLB/19.LT)

Integrated Natural Sciences (MLLB/18.LT)

Integrated Natural Sciences (MLLB/17.LT)

Integrated Natural Sciences (MLLB/16.LT)

Integrated Natural Sciences (MLLB/00.LT)

Integrated Natural Sciences (MLLB/15.LT)

Physics (with Minor Field of Study) (MLFB/14.LT)

Physics (with Minor Field of Study) (MLFB/13.LT)

Physics (with Minor Field of Study) (MLFB/12.LT)

Physics (with Minor Field of Study) (MLFB/11.LT)

Physics (with Minor Field of Study) (MLFB/10.LT)

Physics (with Minor Field of Study) (MLFB/09.LT)

Physics (with Minor Field of Study) (MLFB/08.LT)