Gravitational Waves | Summer 2022
Prof. Laura Sagunski
|Head Tutor||Robin Diedrichs|
|Format||In presence and on Zoom|
Tuesday, 10 am - 12 pm, 02.114
Thursday, 10 - 11 am, 02.114
|Credit Points||6 (Link to Olat)|
- Format: The lecture will be held in present, however there is the opportunity to also join online via Zoom. It will also be recorded and uploaded to the NextCloud folder.
- Slack: For communication and interaction, we use a common Slack Workspace. You can communicate via direct messages or use the channels #lectures, #tutorials, #oral-exam etc. to pose questions. There is also a bookmark to the common NextCloud folder and a Google Calendar to get reminders for lectures, tutorials and assignment due dates.
- NextCloud folder: All the course material (recorded lectures, lecture notes, homework assignments, master solutions and supplemental material) will be uploaded to a common NextCloud folder.
Exercises: There will be weekly (graded) homework assignments that you should hand in in teams of two. They will be due every thursday at the beginning of the tutorial. You are meant to present your solutions in the tutorials.
The first assignment will be handed out Thursday, April 14, and will be due until Thursday, April 21.
- Passing the course & exams: To pass the course, you will need to accomplish at least 60% of the total points in each assignment. Two assignments with less than 60% of the points can be compensated if the total percentage of points from all assignments together is more than 60%. If you want a grade for this course, you need to pass an additional oral exam. They will take place July 25 - 27 from 9 am to 5 pm.
|Lecture 1||Tuesday||10 am - 12 pm||02.114||English||Laura Sagunski|
|Lecture 2||Thursday||10 - 12 am||02.114||English||Laura Sagunski|
|Tutorial 1||Thursday||9 am - 10 pm||01.114||English||Niklas Becker|
|Tutorial 2||Thursday||11 am - 12 pm||02.114||English||Daniel Schmitt|