Project in Experimental Modern Physics
Experimental physics research is more than just working at a lab bench. You need to be able to research and plan experiments, communicate your work and results with other scientists, and practice good scientific, social and ethical judgement.
The course consists of experimental project work in order to provide deeper insights into modern physics and experimental methods. You will learn to independently plan and conduct a major experiment, report about it orally and in writing, critically review the work of others, and make judgments with regard to scientific, social and ethical aspects. An introduction to scientific literature research is given at the beginning of the course.
This is a first cycle course given during the daytime. It is an elective course.
The course consists of group instruction and seminars, as well as the project work. Participation in group instruction is obligatory. Under special circumstances, the examiner, may allow exemptions from participating in certain compulsory sessions.
The course may be given in English.
The course is examined through a written exam and oral reports, peer review of other student’s work, and seminar activities.
During the autumn 2020
Samuel Silverstein, tel: 08 5537 8693, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mohamed Bourennane , tel: 08 5537 8736, e-post: Mohamed.Bourennane@fysik.su.se
Foivos Perakis, tel: 08 5537 8574, e-post: email@example.com
Ievgenii Borodianskyi, tel: 08 5537 8615, e-post: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sara Boscolo, tel: 08 5537 8624, e-post: email@example.com
Walid Cherifi, tel: 08 5537 8679, e-post: firstname.lastname@example.org
Patrawan Pasuwan, tel: 08 5537 8627, e-post: email@example.com
Markus Preston, tel: 08 5537 8683, e-post: firstname.lastname@example.org
Massimiliano Smania, tel: 08 5537 8073, e-post: email@example.com
Academic advisor at the Department of Physics: