Research Internship in Physics
This course gives you the opportunity to participate in physics research with a research group at a university or company.
The course consists of supervised participation in research activities at a university, college or company. You will learn to work independently, document your work in writing, and report on the research question, the connection between your work and that question, as well as reflect on ethical aspects of the research work.
This is a first cycle course given during the daytime. It is an elective course.
The teaching consists of supervised internship in a research group at a university, college, or companies that conducts physics research and seminars. Participation in all teaching activities is compulsory. Supervisors and suggestions on internship are provided by the department. Before the internship period begins, a plan for the work is approved by the examiner.
Under special circumstances the examiner may, after consultation with the relevant teacher, exempt the student from the obligation to participate in certain compulsory activities. The student may then be assigned an additional task to compensate.
The course may be given in English.
The course is examined through a written logbook, written feedback by the supervisor, and an oral presentation at the end of the course.
Course literatureNote that the course literature can be changed up to two months before the start of the course.
The literature includes scientific publications and reports in the relevant field acquired by the student through literature searches, as well as additional material provided by the supervisor at the internship site.
Academic advisor at the Department of Physics: