
Physics for Computer Science II  Undergraduate Physics PH 204 Spring 2021, syllabus Networks, statistical physics, chaos, electricity & magnetism, electric circuits, quantum mechanics, quantum cryptography, quantum computing, encryption, quantum atoms, quantum materials. 
General Physics I  Undergraduate Physics PH 1214, Spring 2021, syllabus Vectors, linear and circular motion, forces, gravity, energy, momentum, fluids, heat, and the applications of physics. 
Physics Applications of Machine Learning and Data Science  PH 270, Fall 2020, syllabus A practical introduction to using machine learning to analyze experimental data and theoretical models in physics, chemistry, biology, and earth sciences. Provides contemporary skills valuable for careers in technology. 
General Physics I  Undergraduate Physics PH 1214, Fall 2020, syllabus Vectors, linear and circular motion, forces, gravity, energy, momentum, fluids, heat, and the applications of physics. 
Introduction to Hardware & Algorithms of Quantum Computing  Graduate Physics PHYS 852003, Spring 2020,
lecture videos & powerpoints;
syllabus Theory and Use of Quantum Computers: hardware and how it works, algorithms needed to solve problems, applications in cryptography and machine learning. 
Physics for Computer Science II  Undergraduate Physics PH 204 Spring 2020, syllabus Networks, statistical physics, chaos, electricity & magnetism, electric circuits, quantum mechanics, quantum cryptography, quantum computing, encryption, quantum atoms, quantum materials. 
General Physics I  Undergraduate Physics PH 1214, Fall 2019, syllabus Vectors, linear and circular motion, forces, gravity, energy, momentum, fluids, heat, and the applications of physics. 
Physics for Computer Science II  Undergraduate Physics PH 204, Fall 2019, syllabus Networks, statistical physics, chaos, electricity & magnetism, electric circuits, quantum mechanics, quantum cryptography, quantum computing, encryption, quantum atoms, quantum materials. 
General Physics II  Undergraduate Physics PH 1224, Spring 2019, syllabus Electricity, magnetism, optics, special relativity, quantum mechanics. 
Physics for Computer Science II  Undergraduate Physics PH 204, Spring 2019, syllabus Networks, statistical physics, chaos, electricity & magnetism, electric circuits, quantum mechanics, quantum cryptography, quantum computing, encryption, quantum atoms, quantum materials. 
General Physics I  Undergraduate Physics PH 1214, Fall 2018, syllabus Vectors, linear and circular motion, forces, gravity, energy, momentum, fluids, heat, and the applications of physics. 
Physics for Computer Science II  Undergraduate Physics PH 204, Fall 2018, syllabus Networks, statistical physics, chaos, electricity & magnetism, electric circuits, quantum mechanics, quantum cryptography, quantum computing, encryption, quantum atoms, quantum materials. 
General Physics I  Undergraduate Physics PH 1214, Spring 2017, syllabus Vectors, linear and circular motion, forces, gravity, energy, momentum, fluids, heat, and the applications of physics. 
Physics for Computer Science II  Undergraduate Physics PH 204, Spring 2017, syllabus Networks, statistical physics, chaos, electricity & magnetism, electric circuits, quantum mechanics, quantum cryptography, quantum computing, encryption, quantum atoms, quantum materials. 
Physics for Computer Science II  Undergraduate Physics PH 204, Fall 2016, syllabus Networks, statistical physics, chaos, electricity & magnetism, electric circuits, quantum mechanics, quantum cryptography, quantum computing, fourier transforms, encryption, quantum atoms, quantum materials. 
Introduction to Modern Physics  Undergraduate Physics PH 260, Fall 2016, syllabus Special relativity and quantum mechanics. 
General Physics II  Undergraduate Physics PH 122, Spring 2016, syllabus Electricity, magnetism, optics, special relativity, quantum mechanics. 
General Physics II Laboratory  Undergraduate Physics PH 122, Spring 2016 
Principles of Physics I Laboratory  Undergraduate Physics PH 145, Spring 2016 
Introduction to Modern Physics  Undergraduate Physics PH 260, Fall 2015, syllabus Special relativity and quantum mechanics. 
General Astronomy Laboratory  Undergraduate Physics Astr 2, Fall 2015 
General Physics II Laboratory  Undergraduate Physics PH 122, Fall 2015 
General Physics II  Undergraduate Physics PH 122, Spring 2015, syllabus Electricity, magnetism, optics, special relativity, quantum mechanics. 
General Astronomy Laboratory  Undergraduate Physics Astr 2, Spring 2015 
Introduction to Modern Physics  Undergraduate Physics PH 260, Fall 2014, syllabus Special relativity and quantum mechanics. 
Principles of Physics I Laboratory  Undergraduate Physics PH 145, Fall 2014 
General Astronomy Laboratory  Undergraduate Physics Astr 2, Fall 2014 

Fractals in Psychology  Undergraduate Psychology PSY 3502, Fall 2009, syllabus How fractal methods can be used to analyze experimental data and gain a better understanding of the physiology and psychology of perception and behavior. 
Methods in Complex Systems  Graduate Interdisciplinary ISC 6450, Fall 2008, syllabus Linear, parametric, nonparametric, and nonlinear analysis of experimental data: The stuff that they told you and that they didn't tell you in undergraduate statistics. This course helps you to understand the assumptions used in these statistical methods and which statistical methods are best for analyzing different types of data. Required for the Ph.D. program in Complex Systems and Brain Sciences. 
Fractals in Psychology  Undergraduate Psychology PSY 3502, Spring 2008, syllabus 
Application of Fractals to Psychology  Undergraduate Psychology PSY 4930. Spring 2007, syllabus 
Complexity for the Life Sciences  Graduate Psychology PSY 5930, Fall 2006, syllabus Most things are made up of many pieces that interact strongly with each other. Yet much of science has tried to study things by tearing them apart and studying only their tiny separate, noninteracting pieces. Here we will learn how the science of "complexity" is able to help us see, analyze, and understand complex entities in physics, chemistry, biology, and psychology. 
Psychology and the Internet  Undergraduate Psychology PSY 4930, Spring 2006, syllabus The INTERNET has become an important mode of how people acquire information, interact with each other, and conduct business. Thorough knowledge of the INTERNET is becoming of pivotal importance in academic Psychology and in the Business environment. This course will: Tell you what the INTERNET is, how it works, and how it came to be. Describe the social space and processes that happen over the INTERNET. Describe how the Internet is changing social interactions, businesses, politics, and the military. 
The Mathematics and Science of Fractals  Undergraduate Mathematics MAT 1932, Spring 2005, syllabus Mathematics for undergraduate students who never liked and never did well in math. 
Fractals and Chaos for the Life Sciences  Graduate Interdisciplinary ISC 5451, Fall 2004, syllabus Mathematics of fractals and chaos applied to cellular, physiological, and psychological systems. (Mathematical level: calculus and differential equations.) 
The Mathematics and Science of Fractals  Undergraduate Mathematics MAT 1932, Spring 2004, syllabus Mathematics for undergraduate students who never liked and never did well in math. 
Methods in Complex Systems  Graduate Interdisciplinary ISC 6450, Spring 2004, syllabus 
Psychology of the Internet  Undergraduate Psychology PSY 4930, Fall 2003, syllabus The INTERNET has become an important mode of how people acquire information, interact with each other, and conduct business. Thorough knowledge of the INTERNET is becoming of pivotal importance in academic Psychology and in the Business environment. This course will: Tell you what the INTERNET is and how it works. Describe the social space and processes that happen over the INTERNET. Give you information about resources available for learning about Psychology over the INTERNET. 