The Author


A physics professor at Howard University, Yehuda Salu has been involved in teaching and research for many years. He taught the course Physics for Architecture for ten years, first using his notes and general physics textbooks, and then using the first and second editions of “Physics for Architects”. This book fuses the experiences and insights he gained in teaching that and other physics courses, his conviction that introductory physics courses should be tailored to the needs of their audience, and that sound pedagogy begins with meticulous and gradual exposition of principles and culminates in integration of concepts and applications.