Registration is now open for Physics 87: Movement for Physics! This freshman seminar is recommended for any undergraduate students taking lower division Physics, who would like to deepen their knowledge of physics principles, mathematical operations, and the process of simulation of physical systems. We’ll be doing all of this through movement exercises, real-time measurement, calculation and estimation problems, and embodied simulations. There are no pre-requisites, although some basic physics background (e.g., in high school or at UCSD) will be assumed. There will be no graded assignments, but students will be assessed based on their participation in the class exercises, and there will be reading and video assignments to prepare for the classwork.
The class will meet on alternating Thursdays from 6-8pm during weeks 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10. The location of class will vary depending on the exercise.
Hurry! Only 20 spaces are available for this course!