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M.Sc. in Physics / M.Sc. in Astrophysics

Advanced Laboratory Course

 

 

General information on the Advanced Laboratory Course:

Organisation:

  • There are two courses taking place respectively from August to October and from January to April every year. The number of participants in each course is limited to 80.
  • Students are free to schedule the experiments according to prior agreement with the tutors. 

 Requirements:


Contents of the Advanced Laboratory Course(physics601):

  • In this lab-course students have to reach 9 lab-units.
  • Each experiment has a different number of lab-units. The following experiments are as of now available:

 

Code Experiment Lab-units
E106 Cavities 1 LU
E207 Lab course accelerator Bonn (LAB) 2 LU
E212 Properties of elementary particles 3 LU
E213 Analysis of decays of heavy vector boson Z0 3 LU
E214 ATLAS 3 LU
E216 Hyperfine interaction of atomic hydrogen 2 LU
E217 STYX 2 LU
K221 Mößbauer-effect 1 LU
K223 Nuclear γ-γ angular correlations 1 LU
K225 β+-annihilation 1 LU
A245 Optical frequency doubling 2 LU
A246 Laser spectroscopy 2 LU
A248 Magneto-optic trap 2 LU
S261 Optical astronomy 3 LU
S262 Setting up a Radio-astronomical receiver / Setting up a Radio Interferometer  2 LU
S263 Photometry of star clusters 2 LU
S264 Radio astronomical observing course 2 LU

 

  •  One of the experiments E212, E213 and E214 is compulsory for physics students. Two of the experiments S261, S262, S263 and S264 are compulsory for astrophysics students.
  • Students have also the possibility to perform 4 experiments in solid state physics (for a total of 4 lab-units) at the Physics Institute II of the University of Cologne. 

     They can choose among the following experiments:

  1. M2.1: Specific Heat of Solids
  2. M2.2: Dislocations in LiF
  3. M2.3: Transport properties of Copper
  4. M2.4: Magnetization of a Superconductor
  5. M2.5: High-temperature Superconductors
  6. M2.6: Electron spin resonance
  7. M2.7: Fourier spectroscopy of diatomic molecules

     General information about these experiments are located on the Homepage of the Advanced Practical Course M.


Grading is based on:

  • successful completion of the experiment, initial oral exam and written report for every experiment

 

For further information please contact:

Dr. Barbara Valeriani-Kaminski, Dr. Tina Bantes ( [Email protection active, please enable JavaScript.])

 

 

 

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