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Whalen 2. Hannen 3.
- Quantum Mechanic for Engineering: Materials Science and Applied Physics.
- Exercises in quantum field theory;
- Compost Utilization In Horticultural Cropping Systems.
- Returning to Your First Love: Putting God Back in First Place (Understanding God Series);
Introduction to Radar Systems: Merril I. Skolnik 5. Cook and Marvin Bernfeld.
Non-renewable energy sources-fossil fuels, coal, natural gas, petroleum, etc. Energy, sustainability and environment, EIA.
Review of Renewable Energy Resources ed. Soda, S. Mathur and M. Malik 2. Mienel 4. Energy Resources of Bangladesh: Badrul Imam 5.
Williams, L. Burnhem, A. Reddy, H. Kelly 6. Painting as a form of artistic and architectural expression. Introduction to various media in painting. Still life sketches and painting. Study of forms in painting. Landscapes and cityscapes. Colour pencils, crayons, pastels and watercolour.siva-mont.siva-group.eu/30524-el-motivo.php
QIC 885 - Quantum Electronics and Photonics
Mixed media. Computers in painting. Musical form. Ingredients of music: sound and time. Indian and Western music: melody and harmony. Foundations of sub-continental music: raga system. Presentation of vocal and instrumental music. Modern Bengali music and works of major composers and demonstrations. Western classical music and works of major composers. Music and its rhythm, composition etc. An introduction to the cellular aspects of modern biology including the chemical basis of life, cell theory, energetics, genetics, development, physiology, behaviour, homeostasis and diversity, and evolution and ecology.
This course will explain the development of cell structure and function as a consequence of evolutionary process, and stress the dynamic property of living systems. Biology: P. Raven and G. Johnson 2. Biological Science: G. Stout and D. Taylor 3. Advanced Biology: J.
Simpkins and J. Williams 4. Biology: A Fundamental Approach: M. The course is designed to give an understanding of basics in chemistry. Topics include nature of atoms and molecules; valence and periodic tables, chemical bonds, aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons, optical isomerism, chemical reactions. Introduction to Modern Inorganic Chemistry: S. Haider 2. Organic Chemistry: R. Boyd 4. General Chemistry: Raymond Chang.
Quantum Mechanic for Engineering: Materials Science and Applied Physics by Herbert Kroemer
Introduction to the use of computer hardware and software as tools for solving problems. Automated input devices and output methods including pre-printed stationery and turnaround documents as part of the solution. Using personal computers as effective problem solving tools for the present and the future. Theory behind solving problems using common application software including word processing, spreadsheets, database management, and electronic communications.
Problem solving using the Internet and the World Wide Web. Programming principles and use of macros to support the understanding of application software. Computer Science — A modern introduction: Goldschlager and Lister 2. Fundamentals of Computers: V Rajaraman 3. An introduction to the foundations of computation and purpose of mechanised computation, techniques of problem analysis and the development of algorithms and programs, principles of structured programming and corresponding algorithm design, Topics will include data structures, abstraction, recursion, iteration as well as the design and analysis of basic algorithms, language C is primarily used , introduction to digital computers and programming algorithms and flow chart construction, information representation in digital computers, writing, debugging and running programs including file handling on various digital computers using C.
Prerequisite CSE Working with C: Y Kanetkar 2. Introduction to data structures. Formal specification of syntax.
Elements of language theory: mathematical preliminaries. Formal languages. Structured programming concepts. Survey of features of existing high level languages. Deitel and P. Deitel, 2. Stroustrup, 3. Propagation delay, product and noise immunity. Open collector and High impedance gates. Electronic circuits for flip flops, counters and register, memory systems.
Analog switches. Linear wave shaping: diode wave shaping techniques, clipping and clamping circuits, comparator circuits, switching circuits.
Pulse transformers, pulse transmission.