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Physics & Engineering

About Us

The IC Physics and Engineering Program is located in the IC Annex. We provide drop-in support for all undergraduate physics and engineering courses, but 100 and 200 level classes have priority over upper division classes. We also offer weekly workshops in the following classes:

Electrical Engineering Pre-engineering Physics

EE 215
EE 233
EE 235
EE 331
EE 341

ENGR 210
ENGR 220
ENGR 230
ENGR 260

PHYS 114
PHYS 115
PHYS 116
PHYS 121
PHYS 122
PHYS 123


Expectations

  • Go to lecture.
  • Go to office hours.
  • Read the text book.
  • Try to solve the assigned problems on your own before you ask for help.
  • We are often crowded, so please wait your turn.
  • Do not interrupt if we are working with another student.
  • Do not wait until the last minute.

More information is available at the IC Physics website.

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Instructional Center University Book Store UW Civil Engineering
Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity University of Washington Physics UW Mechanical Engineering
University of Washington UW Electrical Engineering UW Chemical Engineering

Resources

Physics@About Hubble Site Gallery
LANL Physics Info Service, two e-print servers at LANL Spires, bibliographical search in high energy physics journals
AIP history of Physics 100th birthday of the electron and more Contributions of 20th Century Women to Physics
Periodic Table of Elements with physical properties data NIST's physical reference data
Atomic Data cross sections, etc. Students for the Exploration and Development of Space great site
CPO hundreds of science and education related sites Science Hobbyist Bill Beaty's pages of advanced science projects
Physics World Links to lots of physics resources worldwide  
Last Revised: August 28, 2015
Last Revised: August 28, 2015
Last Revised: August 28, 2015