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Detailed 15 page summary of the Electricity & Magnetism course taught in Year 1 at Imperial College but is valid for any introduction to electromagnetism. Includes Coulomb's law, electric fields, dipoles, Gauss' law, electrostatic energy, capacitance, current density, continuity equation, static magnetic fields, Lorentz force, electric motor, magnetic materials, Biot-Savart law, time varying magnetic fields, Faraday's law of induction, . Handwritten notes of the 2016-2017 course.

Detailed 8 page summary of the Mechanics course taught in Year 1 at Imperial College but is valid for any introduction course to classical mechanics. Includes Newton's laws, friction, potential energy, centre of mass, collisions, rockets, central forces, angular momentum, Kepler's laws, inertial forces, moment of intertia. Handwritten notes of the 2016-2017 course.

Detailed 7 page summary of the Complex Analysis course taught in Year 1 at Imperial College but valid for any course on complex numbers including advanced A-Level maths courses. Includes complex numbers, polar coordinates, Euler's formula, de Moivre's theorem, complex functions, first-order differential equations, second-order differential equations. Handwritten notes of the 2016-2017 course.

3 page summary of the important equations in the Vectors & Matrices course taught in Year 1 at Imperial College but is valid for any course on vectors and matrices including more advanced A-Level courses. Includes magnitude, dot product, cross product, intersection of lines and planes, triple scalar product, determinant, Gaussian elimination, rotations, diagonalisation. Handwritten notes of the 2016-2017 course.

Detailed 6 page summary of the Vibrations & Waves course taught in Year 1 at Imperial College. Includes simple harmonic motion, coupled oscillators and beating, damping, driven oscillations, resonance, wave equation, travelling waves, boundaries. Handwritten notes of the 2016-2017 course.

Detailed 3 page summary of the Basic Electronics course taught in Year 1 at Imperial College. Includes electrostatics, Kirchoff's laws, internal resistance, capacitance, inductors, phasors, impedance, gain. Handwritten notes of the 2016-2017 course.

Detailed 8 page summary of the Quantum Physics course taught in Year 1 at Imperial College. Includes single slit and two slit interference, photoelectric effect, 1D wavefunction, solving the 1D Schrodinger equation for infinite and finite potential wells, potential wells and barriers. Handwritten notes of the 2016-2017 course.

Detailed 10 page summary of the Functions course taught in Year 1 at Imperial College. Includes functions, limits, differentiation, integration, partial differentiation, Taylor and Maclaurin series, series and convergence including examples. Handwritten notes of the 2016-2017 course.

Detailed 14 page summary of the Nanotechnology in Consumer Electronics course taught in Year 4 at Imperial College. Includes nanomagnetic devices (demagnetizing field, magnetic switching, domains, magnetic storage, magnetoresistance) and consumer electronics (metal-semiconductor contacts, MOS capacitors, field-effect transistors, MOSFETs, manufacturing process, logic gates and CMOS, thin-film transistors). Handwritten notes (with important equations marked in red) for the course taught by Will B...

Detailed 8 page summary of the Optical Communications course taught in Year 4 at Imperial College. Includes optical fibres (ray model, step-index fibres, dispersion, fabrication, attentuation and loss) and semiconductor optoelectronics (p-i-n diode, Fabry-Perot cavities, modulation, photodetection and noise in photodetectors). Handwritten notes (with important equations marked in red) for the course taught by Rupert Oulton as recently as the 2019-2020 academic year. Achieved a high 1st using the...