Universität Wien

26.01 Bachelor Degree Programme in Physics

A. Bachelor Degree Programme in Physics (Curriculum 01.10.2011)

I. Introductory and Orientation Phase

STEOP 1 Introduction to Physics I

260089 VO STEOP: StEOP 1 Introduction to Physics I - Mechanics, Thermodynamics

STEOP 2 Introduction to Computational Methods in Physics

II. Compulsory Modules

P 1 Linear Algebra for Physicists

P 2 Analysis for Physicists I

P 3 Introduction to Physics II

P 4 Informatics for Physicists

P 5 Mathematical Methods of Physics I

P 6 Analysis for Physicists II

P 7 Introduction to Physics III

260243 VO Introduction to Physics III - Quanta, atoms and nuclei

P 8 Laboratory I

260029 PR Physics laboratory I - for beginners

P 9 Theoretical Physics I: Classical Mechanics

P 10 Mathematical Methods of Physics II

P 11 Introduction to Physics IV

P 12 Physics Laboratory II

P 13 Theoretical Physics II: Quantum Mechanics I

P 14 Scientific Computing

P 15 Soft Skills

260085 VO How to analyse and document experimental data - The handling of uncertainties from planning the experiment up to publicating analysed data

III. Optional Modules

Block of Elective Modules: Theoretical Physics (TP)

TP 1 Theoretical Physics III: Electrodynamics
TP 2 Theoretical Physics IV: Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics I

Block of Elective Modules: Laboratory III (PIII)

PIII 1 Laboratory Aerosolphysics
PIII 2 Laboratory Solid State Physics
260005 PR Laboratory Solid State Physics: Advanced Materials - Advanced lab course in solid state physics
PIII 3 Laboratory Electronics
260108 PR Laboratory Electronics - Electronics for Physicists
PIII 4 Laboratory Materials Physics
PIII 5 Laboratory Modern methods in experimental physics
PIII 6 Laboratory Practical Class on Modern Microscopical Methods
PIII 7 Laboratory Quantum Optics
PIII 8 Laboratory Nuclear and Isotope Physics
PIII 9 Laboratory Structure and Dynamics
260079 PR Laboratory course - low dimensional solids - synthesis, characterization and device applications
PIII 10 Laboratory Scientific Computing
PIII 11 Laboratory Theoretical Physics
PIII 12 Laboratory Low Temperature Physics

Block of Elective Modules: Matter and Fields (MF)

MF 1 Computational Physics I
260088 VO Theory of interconnected dynamical systems I - From cellular automata to genetic and artificial neural network models
260143 VO Deterministic Chaos I - Nonlinear Dynamics in Science
MF 2 Solid State Physics I
260002 VO [ de fr ] Introduction to solid state physics (electronic properties) - for students of all semesters
260042 VO Superconductivity 1 (incl. high-temperature sc) - for students of all semesters
260054 SE [ de en ] Seminar - low dimensional solids - synthesis, characterization and device applications
260061 VO [ en ] Introduction to Photonics
260147 SE [ de en ] Atomic ordering in alloys
MF 3 Nuclear and Isotope Physics I
MF 4 Materials Physics I
260054 SE [ de en ] Seminar - low dimensional solids - synthesis, characterization and device applications
260061 VO [ en ] Introduction to Photonics
260147 SE [ de en ] Atomic ordering in alloys
MF 5 Mathematical Physics I
260115 VO [ en ] Complex Systems I - Foundations, Concepts and Phenomena
260116 UE [ en ] Exercises to Complex Systems I - Foundations, Concepts and Phenomena
MF 6 Quantum Optics, Quantum Nanophysics and Quantum Information
260213 SE [ en ] Quantum Optics Seminar - The Seminar consists of a series of talks, given by mainly international guests.
MF 7 Relativity and Cosmology I
260130 SE [ de en ] Seminar in special topics in relativity - Energy in general relativity
MF 8 Particle Physics
260129 VO [ en ] Astro Particle Physics
MF 9 Condensed Matter Theory I
MF 10 Environmental Physics and Biophysics I
260088 VO Theory of interconnected dynamical systems I - From cellular automata to genetic and artificial neural network models
260115 VO [ en ] Complex Systems I - Foundations, Concepts and Phenomena
260116 UE [ en ] Exercises to Complex Systems I - Foundations, Concepts and Phenomena

Block of Elective Modules: Supplement (ERG)

ERG 1 Chemistry for Physicists
260131 VO Chemistry for Physicists - Part B: Organic chemistry - Part B: Organic chemistry
ERG 2 Seminar on a Scientific Topic
ERG 3 Additional Qualifications

IV. Bachelor Thesis

Bachelor Thesis

B. Bachelor Degree Programme in Physics (Curriculum 01.10.2007)

I. Introductory Phase

STEP 1 Introduction to Physics I

260089 VO STEOP: StEOP 1 Introduction to Physics I - Mechanics, Thermodynamics

STEP 2 Introduction to Computational Methods in Physics

II. Compulsory Modules

P 1 Linear Algebra for Physicists

P 2 Analysis for Physicists I

P 3 Introduction to Physics II

P 4 Informatics for Physicists

P 5 Mathematical Methods of Physics I

P 6 Analysis for Physicists II

P 7 Introduction to Physics III

260243 VO Introduction to Physics III - Quanta, atoms and nuclei

P 8 Laboratory I

260029 PR Physics laboratory I - for beginners

P 9 Theoretical Physics I: Classical Mechanics

P 10 Mathematical Methods of Physics II

P 11 Introduction to Physics IV

P 12 Physics Laboratory II

P 13 Theoretical Physics II: Quantum Mechanics I

P 14 Scientific Computing

P 15 Soft Skills

260085 VO How to analyse and document experimental data - The handling of uncertainties from planning the experiment up to publicating analysed data

III. Optional Modules

Block of Elective Modules: Theoretical Physics (TP)

TP 1 Theoretical Physics III: Electrodynamics
TP 2 Theoretical Physics IV: Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics I

Block of Elective Modules: Laboratory III (PIII)

PIII 1 Laboratory Aerosolphysics
PIII 2 Laboratory Solid State Physics
260005 PR Laboratory Solid State Physics: Advanced Materials - Advanced lab course in solid state physics
PIII 3 Laboratory Electronics
260108 PR Laboratory Electronics - Electronics for Physicists
PIII 4 Laboratory Materials Physics
PIII 5 Laboratory Modern methods in experimental physics
PIII 6 Laboratory Practical Class on Modern Microscopical Methods
PIII 7 Laboratory Quantum Optics
PIII 8 Laboratory Nuclear and Isotope Physics
PIII 9 Laboratory Structure and Dynamics
260079 PR Laboratory course - low dimensional solids - synthesis, characterization and device applications
PIII 10 Laboratory Scientific Computing
PIII 11 Laboratory Theoretical Physics
PIII 12 Laboratory Low Temperature Physics

Block of Elective Modules: Matter and Fields (MF)

MF 1 Computational Physics I
260088 VO Theory of interconnected dynamical systems I - From cellular automata to genetic and artificial neural network models
260143 VO Deterministic Chaos I - Nonlinear Dynamics in Science
MF 2 Solid State Physics I
260002 VO [ de fr ] Introduction to solid state physics (electronic properties) - for students of all semesters
260042 VO Superconductivity 1 (incl. high-temperature sc) - for students of all semesters
260054 SE [ de en ] Seminar - low dimensional solids - synthesis, characterization and device applications
260061 VO [ en ] Introduction to Photonics
260147 SE [ de en ] Atomic ordering in alloys
MF 3 Nuclear and Isotope Physics I
MF 4 Materials Physics I
260054 SE [ de en ] Seminar - low dimensional solids - synthesis, characterization and device applications
260061 VO [ en ] Introduction to Photonics
260147 SE [ de en ] Atomic ordering in alloys
MF 5 Mathematical Physics I
260115 VO [ en ] Complex Systems I - Foundations, Concepts and Phenomena
260116 UE [ en ] Exercises to Complex Systems I - Foundations, Concepts and Phenomena
MF 6 Quantum Optics, Quantum Nanophysics and Quantum Information
260213 SE [ en ] Quantum Optics Seminar - The Seminar consists of a series of talks, given by mainly international guests.
MF 7 Relativity and Cosmology I
260130 SE [ de en ] Seminar in special topics in relativity - Energy in general relativity
MF 8 Particle Physics
260129 VO [ en ] Astro Particle Physics
MF 9 Condensed Matter Theory I
MF 10 Environmental Physics and Biophysics I
260088 VO Theory of interconnected dynamical systems I - From cellular automata to genetic and artificial neural network models
260115 VO [ en ] Complex Systems I - Foundations, Concepts and Phenomena
260116 UE [ en ] Exercises to Complex Systems I - Foundations, Concepts and Phenomena

Block of Elective Modules: Supplement (ERG)

ERG 1 Chemistry for Physicists
260131 VO Chemistry for Physicists - Part B: Organic chemistry - Part B: Organic chemistry
ERG 2 Seminar on a Scientific Topic
ERG 3 Additional Qualifications

IV. Bachelor Thesis

Bachelor Thesis

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