# E. Doctoral Programme Physics

For the Doctoral Programme in the Natural Sciences (Physics, Code 091411) the following rules apply: courses with at least 12 semester hours must be passed successfully, with at most 4 semester hours taught by the thesis advisor (at most 6 semester hours if the advisor is joint lecturer), at most 6 semester hours of physics laboratory and at most 6 semester hours of seminars. The courses should be related to the scientific discipline of the thesis and will be arranged jointly by the student, the advisor and by the Dean of Studies. After passing, the courses must be listed in the student's score sheet to be signed by the Dean of Studies. Recognition requires concrete contents of the courses taken (rather than general titles like Seminar for Doctoral Students, etc.).In this context, see also the courses in the Third Stage of the Diploma Physics Programme.

260118 VO Ion Beam Analysis of Materials I

260140 VO Introduction to nuclear physics I

260153 VO Experimental Particle Physics I

260180 VO Radioactivity: Radionuclide Metrology and Data Evaluation - (also supplementary and attending to the practical nuclear physics and radioactivity course)

260211 PR Laboratory Quantum Optics

260057 PR Laboratory Nuclear and Isotope Physics

260049 UE Fourier analysis of magnetic fields I

260213 SE [en] Quantum Optics Seminar - The Seminar consists of a series of talks, given by mainly international guests. There will be no exam or grades.

260085 SE The physics of the nobel prizes

260090 SE Seminar on experimental particle physics

260105 SE [en] Advanced Topics in Quantum Optics and Quantum Information - Discussion of current literature

260017 VO [en] Complex Quantum Systems - Selected topics in Quantum Information Theory and Many-Body Physics

260021 VO Quantum field theory and geometry

260038 VO Relativity and Cosmology I

260144 VO Introduction to Particle Physics

260280 VO Introduction to relativistic cosmology

260063 VO Mathematical Methods of Physics III

260085 SE The physics of the nobel prizes

260130 SE Seminar on special topics in relativity

260137 SE Selected problems in quantum theory

260158 SE Mathematical physics, literature seminar - noncommutative geometry and quantum field theory

260213 SE [en] Quantum Optics Seminar - The Seminar consists of a series of talks, given by mainly international guests. There will be no exam or grades.

260077 VO Computational Physics I: Basics

260100 UE Computational Physics I Problem class

260088 VO Theory of interconnected dynamical systems I - From cellular automata to genetic and artificial neural network models

260003 PR Laboratory Computational Physics

260118 VO Ion Beam Analysis of Materials I

260088 VO Theory of interconnected dynamical systems I - From cellular automata to genetic and artificial neural network models

300196 UE Advanced biophysical laboratory work

260002 SE Environmental Physics and Biophysics II - Complex dynamical systems (focus: analysis of pulse and breath)

260118 VO Ion Beam Analysis of Materials I

260133 VO Nuclear astrophysics I - Nucleosynthesis processes from the Big Bang to stars and applications in thermonuclear fusion - Nuclear Reactions in stars and applications

260180 VO Radioactivity: Radionuclide Metrology and Data Evaluation - (also supplementary and attending to the practical nuclear physics and radioactivity course)

260057 PR Laboratory Nuclear and Isotope Physics

260010 VO Solid State Physics I

260019 VO Scattering methods in modern science

260022 VO Diffusion in metals and alloys

260023 VO Theoretical Solid State Physics I

260076 VO [de en] Physics of molecular Nanostructures: Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Graphene - The beauty of instabilities and the influence of basic correlation effects on the properties of molecular nanostructures such as fullerenes, nanotubes and graphene as well as implications on their application potential

260027 SE [en] Experimental materials science - nanostructured materials - Present progress of the initiative college "Experimental materials science - nanostructured materials"

260031 SE [en] Seminar in low dimensional quantum solids - Seminar on new results on the properties of low dimensional quantum solids such as fullerenes, nanotubes and graphene as well as implications on their application potential

260035 SE Condensed Matter Theory I

260147 SE Atomic ordering in alloys - Discussion on current research in the area atomic order in alloys

260105 SE [en] Advanced Topics in Quantum Optics and Quantum Information - Discussion of current literature

260019 VO Scattering methods in modern science

260022 VO Diffusion in metals and alloys

260037 VO Fundamentals of Materials Physics

260076 VO [de en] Physics of molecular Nanostructures: Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Graphene - The beauty of instabilities and the influence of basic correlation effects on the properties of molecular nanostructures such as fullerenes, nanotubes and graphene as well as implications on their application potential

260118 VO Ion Beam Analysis of Materials I

260046 PR Lab course on nanomaterials

260027 SE [en] Experimental materials science - nanostructured materials - Present progress of the initiative college "Experimental materials science - nanostructured materials"

260031 SE [en] Seminar in low dimensional quantum solids - Seminar on new results on the properties of low dimensional quantum solids such as fullerenes, nanotubes and graphene as well as implications on their application potential

260032 SE Physical materials testing - New methods

260147 SE Atomic ordering in alloys - Discussion on current research in the area atomic order in alloys

260015 SE Seminar on micro- and nanomaterials

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