Alex Shvonski

Alex Shvonski is a Postdoc in the Department of Physics at MIT, currently working on developing online classes. He also works with introductory physics courses at MIT, most recently creating and running in-class experiments. Alex is interested in physics education research and developing effective ways for students to interactively engage with content, for instance through hands-on experiments or simulations. He received his Ph.D. in Physics from Boston College working on plasmonics.

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Applications of Quantum Mechanics (edX)

Sep 29th 2021
Applications of Quantum Mechanics (edX)
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This course focuses on essential techniques needed for practical applications and research in Quantum Mechanics. We introduce a variety of approximation methods to understand systems that have no analytic solutions.
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Sep 29th 2021
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83.00 EUR

Vibrations and Waves (edX)

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Vibrations and Waves (edX)
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This course offers the you the chance to explore the many aspects of Vibrations and Waves and how they appear in physics, ranging from simple mechanical systems, to the light that we see, and even to the quantum realm. A foundational study of waves and vibrations will prepare learners [...]
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