Mathematical Methods for Physics I (PHY102) will provide students with those mathematical skills that are mandatory for PHY101 and PHY104, and that will not be covered by the first year math courses. It covers a variety of mathematical concepts including special functions, vector algebra, dot product, cross product, complex numbers, full and partial derivatives, simple and multiple integrals, integration techniques (substitution, by parts), linear ODE 1st and 2nd order, vector spaces, vector-valued functions, Fourier series, gradient and divergence operators, basic statistics and probability.

- Teaching coordinator: Bellis Cédric