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# 260225 UE Analysis for Physicists I - Exercises (2020W)

## Labels

## Summary

## Registration/Deregistration

**Note:**The time of your registration within the registration period has no effect on the allocation of places (no first come, first served).

- Registration is open from
**Mo 07.09.2020 08:00**to**Mo 05.10.2020 07:00** - Deregistration possible until
**Fr 30.10.2020 23:59**

## Groups

### Group 1

#### Lecturers

#### Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N

All exercise groups will talke place online as webinar (BigBlueBotton, accessible via Moodle), starting nov 3, 2020. In particular, the mini-tests will also take place online (via BBB), and must be uploaded similar as the homework probems. All rules and guidelines remain unchanged.

#### Assessment and permitted materials

#### Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

corresponding lecture.The grade is based on the points p_T for the tests, p_A for the solved problem sets and p_M for the presentation. This leads to a maximum of p = p_A+ p_M +p_T ≤ 36 points. To pass the course one needs to obtain a total of p ≥ 18 points, as well as p_T ≥ 8, and solve at least 60% of the homework problems. The precise grading criteria can be found on the Moodle-page of the lecture.grading key: p<18 nicht genügend, 18-22 genügend, 23-27 befriedigend, 28-31 gut, 32-36 sehr gut

#### Examination topics

### Group 2

#### Lecturers

#### Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N

All exercise groups will talke place online as webinar (BigBlueBotton, accessible via Moodle), starting nov 3, 2020. In particular, the mini-tests will also take place online (via BBB), and must be uploaded similar as the homework probems. All rules and guidelines remain unchanged.

#### Assessment and permitted materials

#### Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

corresponding lecture.The grade is based on the points p_T for the tests, p_A for the solved problem sets and p_M for the presentation. This leads to a maximum of p = p_A+ p_M +p_T ≤ 36 points. To pass the course one needs to obtain a total of p ≥ 18 points, as well as p_T ≥ 8, and solve at least 60% of the homework problems. The precise grading criteria can be found on the Moodle-page of the lecture.grading key: p<18 nicht genügend, 18-22 genügend, 23-27 befriedigend, 28-31 gut, 32-36 sehr gut

#### Examination topics

### Group 3

#### Lecturers

#### Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N

All exercise groups will talke place online as webinar (BigBlueBotton, accessible via Moodle), starting nov 3, 2020. In particular, the mini-tests will also take place online (via BBB), and must be uploaded similar as the homework probems. All rules and guidelines remain unchanged.

#### Assessment and permitted materials

#### Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

corresponding lecture.The grade is based on the points p_T for the tests, p_A for the solved problem sets and p_M for the presentation. This leads to a maximum of p = p_A+ p_M +p_T ≤ 36 points. To pass the course one needs to obtain a total of p ≥ 18 points, as well as p_T ≥ 8, and solve at least 60% of the homework problems. The precise grading criteria can be found on the Moodle-page of the lecture.grading key: p<18 nicht genügend, 18-22 genügend, 23-27 befriedigend, 28-31 gut, 32-36 sehr gut

#### Examination topics

### Group 4

#### Lecturers

#### Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N

#### Assessment and permitted materials

#### Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

corresponding lecture.The grade is based on the points p_T for the tests, p_A for the solved problem sets and p_M for the presentation. This leads to a maximum of p = p_A+ p_M +p_T ≤ 36 points. To pass the course one needs to obtain a total of p ≥ 18 points, as well as p_T ≥ 8, and solve at least 60% of the homework problems. The precise grading criteria can be found on the Moodle-page of the lecture.grading key: p<18 nicht genügend, 18-22 genügend, 23-27 befriedigend, 28-31 gut, 32-36 sehr gut

#### Examination topics

### Group 5

#### Lecturers

#### Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N

#### Assessment and permitted materials

#### Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

corresponding lecture.The grade is based on the points p_T for the tests, p_A for the solved problem sets and p_M for the presentation. This leads to a maximum of p = p_A+ p_M +p_T ≤ 36 points. To pass the course one needs to obtain a total of p ≥ 18 points, as well as p_T ≥ 8, and solve at least 60% of the homework problems. The precise grading criteria can be found on the Moodle-page of the lecture.grading key: p<18 nicht genügend, 18-22 genügend, 23-27 befriedigend, 28-31 gut, 32-36 sehr gut

#### Examination topics

### Group 6

#### Lecturers

#### Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N

#### Assessment and permitted materials

#### Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

corresponding lecture.The grade is based on the points p_T for the tests, p_A for the solved problem sets and p_M for the presentation. This leads to a maximum of p = p_A+ p_M +p_T ≤ 36 points. To pass the course one needs to obtain a total of p ≥ 18 points, as well as p_T ≥ 8, and solve at least 60% of the homework problems. The precise grading criteria can be found on the Moodle-page of the lecture.grading key: p<18 nicht genügend, 18-22 genügend, 23-27 befriedigend, 28-31 gut, 32-36 sehr gut

#### Examination topics

and discussion.

### Group 7

#### Lecturers

#### Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N

#### Assessment and permitted materials

#### Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

corresponding lecture. The precise grading criteria can be found on the Moodle-page of the lecture.The grade is based on the points p_T for the tests, p_A for the solved problem sets and p_M for the presentation. This leads to a maximum of p = p_A+ p_M +p_T ≤ 36 points. To pass the course one needs to obtain a total of p ≥ 18 points, as well as p_T ≥ 8, and solve at least 60% of the homework problems.grading key: p<18 nicht genügend, 18-22 genügend, 23-27 befriedigend, 28-31 gut, 32-36 sehr gut

#### Examination topics

### Group 8

#### Lecturers

#### Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N

#### Assessment and permitted materials

#### Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

corresponding lecture.The grade is based on the points p_T for the tests, p_A for the solved problem sets and p_M for the presentation. This leads to a maximum of p = p_A+ p_M +p_T ≤ 36 points. To pass the course one needs to obtain a total of p ≥ 18 points, as well as p_T ≥ 8, and solve at least 60% of the homework problems.grading key: p<18 nicht genügend, 18-22 genügend, 23-27 befriedigend, 28-31 gut, 32-36 sehr gut

#### Examination topics

and discussion. The precise grading criteria can be found on the Moodle-page of the lecture.

### Group 9

#### Lecturers

#### Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N

This exercise group will take place online (BigBlueButton via Moodle), with preference for people with Covid-related issues (risk group, contact person, Quarantaine etc.). All rules and grading details are the same as for the other groups.

#### Assessment and permitted materials

#### Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

corresponding lecture. The precise grading criteria can be found on the Moodle-page of the lecture.The grade is based on the points p_T for the tests, p_A for the solved problem sets and p_M for the presentation. This leads to a maximum of p = p_A+ p_M +p_T ≤ 36 points. To pass the course one needs to obtain a total of p ≥ 18 points, as well as p_T ≥ 8, and solve at least 60% of the homework problems.

#### Examination topics

## Information

### Aims, contents and method of the course

### Reading list

## Association in the course directory

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