Dr David C. Bailey


Department of Physics,University of Toronto

60 St. George Street
M5S 1A7
PH: 1 (416) 978-4993
Email: dbailey @physics.utoronto.ca


My favourite example of why teaching matters is "The Amazing Miss A".

  • Advanced Physics Laboratory Coordinator - PHY 327/424/427/428/429 F/S/H
  • Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies
  • Advanced Physics Laboratory - PHY 325/425/326/426/327/427 Y/F/S/H
  • Engineering Science Praxis V seminars - ESC301S
Prior to 2002
  • Advanced Physics Laboratory - PHY 325/425/326/426/327/427 Y/F/S/H
  • Electricity & Magnetism - PHY 251S
  • Electromagnetism - PHY 250Y
  • Elementary Particle Physics - PHY 337S
  • Experimental High Energy Physics - PHY 2405F
  • High Energy Physics I - PHY 454S
  • Introduction to High Energy Physics - PHY 489/1489S
  • Nuclear and Particle Physics - PHY 357S
  • POPTOR (Physics Olympiad Training Program)
  • Principles of Physics - UTM PHY 140Y (Winter Term)
  • Second Year Lab - PHY 225H, 280F/281S (Lab)
  • Third Year Lab - UTM PHY 324S

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