FY821: Experimental physics III
Students taking the course are expected to: Have knowledge of the topics from Electromagnetism I and II (FY503 and FY506) or Electromagnetism (FY534), Thermal Physics I and II (FY523 and FY524), Introductory quantum mechanics I (FY521) and Physics of condensed matter (FY508).
- Give the competence to conduct advanced physical experiments in a broad range of topics.
- Give the skills to conduct and interpret advanced physics experiments and critically evaluate own results as well as literature results.
- Give knowledge on physical techniques used in the research at SDU and knowledge about current research topics.
Expected learning outcome
- Describe the phenomenological background of the techniques used and assess their applications.
- Work with advanced scientific measurement equipment (under supervision), and implement quantitative data processing.
- Demonstrate the ability to communicate orally and in writing the outcome of own results and results from relevant scientific literature.
- Scanning probe microscopy / AFM
- Quantum optics
- Optical Microscopy
Prerequisites for participating in the exam a)
Laboratory exercises and delivery of related reports
Exam element a)
|Type||Prerequisite name||Prerequisite course|
|Examination part||Prerequisites for participating in the exam a)||N510001101, FY821: Experimental physics III|
The examination form for re-examination may be different from the exam form at the regular exam.
Indicative number of lessons
- Independent study of reading material describing the physical techniques.
- Analysis of data collected during lab exercises. Writing of group reports.
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