PHYSICS CLUB

Name of the Club: Dr.A.P.J.Abdulkalam Club
Staff Co-Ordinator: Mr.P.Sundaravadivelu

Objectives

Objectives:

  • To stimulate and promote awareness among students that engineering physics is actually the fundamental basis of several other engineering disciplines.
  • To develop innovative skills among the students.
  • To inculcate among students a sense of social responsibility through its various activities.

Activities:

A student graduating from ACET with a subject in engineering physics will have been exposed to a wide range of principles from classical and modern physics. These principles are presented with the purpose of preparing students for further study or for immediate application within a chosen profession. The goal of the ACET Physics department is to produce engineering graduates who have an understanding of the beauty and power of physics that lies at the heart of the universe in which we live.

        The physics club will be proactive in organizing meetings, conferences, workshops, guest lecturers and exhibitions etc., with an orientation to suit the following:

  • To have a working knowledge of fundamental concepts in the basic areas of physics (Classical Mechanics, Quantum Mechanics, Electricity & Magnetism, and Thermodynamics)
  • To have an understanding of how to access and retrieve scientific information.
  • To collaborate with peers to solve physics problems and laboratory experiments
  • To communicate question results presented by the scientific community and engage in a reasonable debate on the facts of the issues.
  • To present visual documentaries on new interventions.
  • To present brief theoretical and experimental courses in understanding physical queries.
  • To participate seminars and workshops to experiment in all the physical principles particularly related with current engineering topics.
  • To present necessary mathematical tools (software) to analyze and criticize the physical problems.
  • To present appropriate guidance to students to analyze scientific problems and hypothesis.
  • To encourage and publish important research works in physics.

Events