Advanced Laboratory Course for Master Students - SoSe 2019
Welcome to the Advanced Laboratory Course for Master Students! The goal of the class is to learn the basics of modern experimental physics. You will be working in a group with one or two other students. During the class, each group will carry out 8 experiments from different fields of physics. Each experiment will be supervised by a tutor. Tutors help with carrying our experiments and grade experimental reports completed after the experiment. In addition to reports, each group will deliver one seminar-style talk about their experiment to the entire class. Please enjoy the class and be safe!
The list of all the groups, preliminary schedule of all of the experiments and presentations is now online (Note: it is an Excel table with different sheets for the schedule, tutor list, student list. The table is password-protected, so that CIA cannot access it. The super-secret password -- guard it with your life! -- will be sent in a separate email). Please let Kirill Bolotin know of any scheduling issues as soon as possible. The schedule may change -- please check online for the most current version.
According to the schedule, first experiments will start on 08.05; firsr seminar -- on 07.05. There will be no experiments or seminars before that date.
Prof. Kirill Bolotin
Best contact: email (email@example.com). You could also stop by my office (1.2.37), or call me (838-50900)
experiments during the semester
Low Energy Electron Diffraction on Surfaces (LEED)
Pulsed Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)
Dynamical processes in lipid membranes
Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM)
Magnetooptic Kerr Effect and magnetic anisotropies (MOKE)
Solid state laser principles
Electron Paramagnetic Resonance
Formation of protein self assembled monolayer monitored by Quartz Crystal Microbalance
1 day each during the first two weeks of the semester break
Electron beam lithography and nanofabrication
Electron quantum transport in graphene
Course rules, regulations and advice (Read it please!)
The description and manuals for all of the experiments (use your zedat password/login to access)
Participation certificate for students
Evaluation form for tutors