Lectures + Exercises: Wednesdays 13.15-17.00.
Auditorium M, Niels Bohr Institute, Blegdamsvej 21.
Physics 323 is an introductory course in subatomic physics. It is assumed that students have previously followed the first five semesters of the physics study and are familiar with quantum meachnics and the theory of special relativity. The course is rated to 2 points (5 ECTS). As a general rule, there will be two hours of lectures and two hours of exercises per week. The exam is oral. Grade is passed or not passed.
The course is divided into two major parts:
Book: Kenneth S. Krane, Introduction to Nuclear Physics, John Wiley and Sons.
Book: Povh, Rith, Scholz, and Zetsche, Particles and Nuclei.
Wednesday 25/6 and Thursday 26/6 9:00 in D317 HCØ
Final schedule for exam
The exam is oral of approx. 20 mn. duration. Grade is passed or not passed. At the start of the exam the student selects at random his/her question.
There is also a possibility of chosing an article exam.
The examination will be of approx. 20 mn duration. The candidate will draw a question at random, and is expected to have prepared an oral contribution about the topic appropriate for a 15mn presentation and discussion. In general we expect the candidate to maintain as much of the initiative as possible, but there will be supplemental clarifying questions leading up to a (hopefully) pleasant and constructive discussion.
There are four questions in nuclear physics and four questions in particle physics.
For the article exam candidates have about 3 days to prepare their 'talk'. The examination should take the article as a starting point but will also include questions in the general background material from the course. Also here the weight is on the general understanding of the basic physics ideas and arguments, and not on very detailed and formal derivations etc.
In general the examination is without 'helping material'. Thus central arguments and the shape of the most important curves and plots should be remembered and discussed. The philosophy is that it is important to be able to remember the trend of the curves and the major argument associated with them , the values on the axes etc, rather than focussing on small details.
The course is graded 'passed' or 'non-passed'.Article exam:
People who have signed up for the article exam:
|Andersen, Mads Lykke||(26/6)|
|Nielsen, Stephan Marius Voss|
|Hansen, Per Lunnemann|
|Pena Cortes, Alvaro Julian|
|Andersen, Henrik Højhave|
|Osterman, Trine Wrist||(early 25/6)|
|Andersen, Martin Skou||(25/6)|
|Olsen, Lone Djernis|
|Jakobsen, Andreas||(25/6 9:20)|
|Ryttov, Thomas Aaby|
|Jespersen, Per Benjamin|
|Pedersen, Liselotte Jauffred|
|Michelsen, Kasper Grosman|
|Gaarde, Anders Borg||(25/6 9:40)|
|Czyczuta, Sofia Anna|
|Givskud, Alex D.|
|Lyngsøe, Jens Kristian||(26/6)|
|Garmund, Martin Køhler|
People who have not expressed wishes to take an article exam:
|Sørensen, Thomas Hamann|
|Andersen, Anders Ellenshøj|
|Larsen, Rasmus Peter|
|Nielsen, Bo Melholt|
|Kaat, Gregers Alexander|
|Gomez Juanes, Luis|
|Olausson, Christina Bjarnal Thulin|
|Kristensen, Iben Sig||(25/6 9:00)|
|Larsen, Kenneth Malmstrøm|
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