In recent years, the need for a serious academic environment among students in the Physics Department of SUT was felt more than before; so we, the students, decided to establish an organized system for study circles. Upon establishment, this program only consisted of lectures on different topics given by students with better backgrounds. Now it covers a broader range of study circles as follows: “Physics & Math“, “Historical Papers“, “Algorithm Design“, “Special Topics” and “Lambda“.
In the following years the need for a serious academic environment between the students in our department was felt more than ever. So we decided to establish an organized system for academic discussions. This program consisted of lectures on different topics such as Thermodynamics, Electrodynamics, Statistical Mechanics and so on. In these lectures, each student select a book and present it for a semester.
In these weekly talks each student presents the most popular historical papers in Classical Fields such as Classical Mechanics, Electrodynamics, Thermodynamics, Statistical Physics, Relativity and etc.
In this group, enthusiastic students and research assistants join to discuss how to work on projects to simulate complex systems. Our interests include Fluid Dynamics, Social Dynamics, Economics, …
Most of the undergraduate students make several course projects and some of them study a specific subject for their future career; But there is no where to share their ideas and get feedback from the other people. This study circle is for them. They can regularly give lecture on their interesting topics and show their works or ideas.
It is a friendly circle with the objective of encouraging students to start taking part in scientific activities, created by enthusiastic first-year students in 2019. Lectures held in this circle contain a wide range of topics from Physics to Mathematics, Computer science and Natural science.