# 26.05 Doctoral Degree Programme in 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.

260002 VO [de fr] Introduction to solid state physics (electronic properties) - for students of all semesters

260019 VO Methods of experimental quantum optics

260077 UE [en] Tutorial to "Molecular Quantum Nanophysics" - Practical caculations and estimates for daily QNP lab work

260140 VO Introduction to nuclear physics I

260211 PR Laboratory Quantum Optics

260213 SE [en] Quantum Optics Seminar - The Seminar consists of a series of talks, given by mainly international guests.

260355 SE [en] "Quantum and nanophysics: molecular quantum optics meets foundations/cluster phys/surface science"

260023 UE Relativity and Cosmology I- Exercises

260030 SE Literature seminar (Gravitation Theory)

260038 VO Relativity and Cosmology I

260071 UE Statistical Physics II - Exercises

260137 SE Selected problems of quantum theory

260144 VO Introduction to Particle Physics

260213 SE [en] Quantum Optics Seminar - The Seminar consists of a series of talks, given by mainly international guests.

260235 SE Complex Stochastic Systems

260003 VO Computational Physics I: Basics

260016 UE Computational Physics I Problem class

260022 PR Laboratory Computational Physics

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

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

260263 VO Physics and economics of resource consumption - The physics and economics of an efficient energy and material consumption

260002 VO [de fr] Introduction to solid state physics (electronic properties) - for students of all semesters

260035 SE Condensed Matter Theory

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 und graphene as well as implications on their application potential

260111 UE Solid State Physics I - Exercises

260209 SE Physics of functional materials

260214 VO Solid State Physics I

260279 SE Scientific publishing and presentation

260377 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, high temperature superconductors and optoelectronic materials as well as implications on their application potential

260015 SE Seminar on micro- and nanomaterials

260046 PR Nanocrystalline materials

260060 PR Laboratory course on 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 und graphene as well as implications on their application potential

260132 SE Physical materials testing - New methods

260209 SE Physics of functional materials

260263 VO Physics and economics of resource consumption - The physics and economics of an efficient energy and material consumption

260377 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, high temperature superconductors and optoelectronic materials as well as implications on their application potential

260092 SE Empirical Research Methods

260164 SE Introduction to Physics Education

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