This is a common lab-course with the Faculty of Physics. Following rules are valid:
1) there are each 4 places to be given for students of Physics and Chemistry. If a faculty-quota is not used, it will be offered to the students of the other faculty.
2) the registration to this physics-course requires the obligatory registration to the chemistry-course 270305 SE+UE "Modern Techniques in Materials and Solid State Chemistry", Prof. Peter Rogl et al. (3.50 ECTS).
max. 8 participants
Language: German, English
preliminary meeting: Mi, 08.03.17, 11:00-12:00 Uhr, Multifunktionsraum, EG, Physik Nanostr. Materialien.
All registered students and those who are on the waitlist are to come!!!
Assessment and permitted materials
The judging of students is derived from the activity in preceding talk, the engagement during the experiments, and from the result of final questioning.
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
Correct handling of modern research facilities, good physical understanding, suitable documentation of experiments, and the specific preparation for a bachelor-, master-, diploma work , and/or a doctoral thesis on materials physics.
The lab course uses modern audio-visual tools and state-of-the-art research instruments.
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