Courses: Advanced Physics Laboratory (PHYSH326A01)

Fall 2010

Design, execution, and analysis of significant experiments, which change from year to year. Those presently available include studies of microfluidics, atomic spectroscopy, cosmic ray physics, laser tweezers, x-ray diffraction and materials synthesis, superconductivity, sensor technologies, and chaotic dynamics. The course emphasizes the effective use of contemporary experimental tools, including low-noise measurement techniques, laboratory computers, and optical methods.

Prerequisites: Physics 212 or consent.

Fulfills: NA

Department

Physics (Web site)

Taught By

Walter Smith (Profile)

Location

Haverford, Hlls 106

Meeting Times

MF 1:15-4:00