Theoretische Physik 1: Mathematische Methoden der Theoretischen Physik | Winter 2023
This course provides and introduction into classical mechanics and the mathematical foundations of theoretical physics.
Please remember to register to the Olat course, and sign into a tutorial until Friday, 20 October, 2023, 17 o'clock!
The first lecture takes place on Monday, 16 October, 2023, at 13 - 15 in OSZ H1.
Prof. Laura Sagunski
|Head Tutor||Daniel Schmitt|
Mo, 13.15 - 14.45, OSZ H1
Fr, 10.15 - 11.45 , OSZ H1
|Credit Points||8 (Link to Olat)|
- Format: The lecture will take place in presence in the lecture hall H1 inside the Otto-Stern-Zentrum (OSZ). Every lecture will be recorded and uploaded to Olat.
- Communication: Whenever you have any questions regarding the organization or the course material, please do not hesitate to approach your tutor or the Prof. Sagunski and feel free to ask them or write them an email!
- Course Material: All the material needed for the course - weekly lecture script and exercise sheets, results of the final exam etc. - will be uploaded to a common cloud folder.
Exercises: You will have a weekly exercise sheet (11 in total) with 20 points each to work on, which you can hand in in pairs of two or alone. You have one week to upload your solutions to Olat, the deadline will be Fridays at 5 p.m.. Please upload your solutions as only one PDF-file to Olat - please make sure that it is well readable and (both of) your name(s) is stated. Bare in mind that every student must submit a solution, eventhough when working in pairs.
To be able to participate in the exam, you need to fulfill the following criteria (Klausurzulassung): i) Have at least 50% of the total points from all exercise sheets, ii) present your solutions at least twice in the tutorial, and iii) not miss your tutorial more than two times.
The first tutorial (week of the 23 October, 2023) will feature a non-graded math test to self-check your knowledge on important mathematical concepts. Its solution will be discussed in the following week.
Passing the course & exams: The final graded exam (to be graded!) will be written and takes 90 minutes. The first date is the 15 February, 2024, and the second date will be 25 February, 2024, both at 10.15 to 11.45 a.m.. You will have the opportunity to see your pre-graded exam the day after you have written it, in both cases at 9.15 - 10.45 a.m. in Phys _0.111 (Physics Building).
Please make sure to bring your Student ID Card (will be checked during the exam)! You are allowed to write and bring one DIN A4 page (front and back) with helpfull formulas etc.. Electronic devices are to be turned off during the exam.
There will be a mock exam (Probeklausur) on Friday, 13 January, 2024, during the lecture. Its solution will be discussed in the tutorial.
|Lecture 1||Mo||13.15 - 14.45||OSZ H1||German||Prof. Laura Sagunski|
|Lecture 2||Fr||10.15 - 11.45||OSZ H1||German||Prof. Laura Sagunski|
|Tutorial 1||Mo||9.15 - 10.45||02.114||German||Robin Diedrichs|
|Tutorial 2||Mo||9.15 - 10.45||02.116 a/b||German||Tamara Caldas Cifuentes|
|Tutorial 3||Mo||15.15 - 16.45||02.114||German||Marius Möller|
|Tutorial 4||Mo||16.15 - 17.45||02.120||German||Robin Diedrichs|
|Tutorial 5||Di||11.15 - 12.45||01.114||German||Niklas Becker|
|Tutorial 6||Di||13.15 - 14.45||01.114||German||Carolin Schlosser|
|Tutorial 7||Mi||10.15 - 11.45||__.102||German||Dr. Anna Tauschwitz|
|Tutorial 8||Mi||12.15 - 13.45||02.120||German||Dr. Anna Tauschwitz|
|Tutorial 9||Mi||14.15 - 15.45||02.120||German||Lucas Katschke|
|Tutorial 10||Do||12.15 - 13.45||01.114||German||Selina Kunkel|
|Tutorial 11||Do||12.15 - 13.45||02.114||German||Yannik Schaper|
|Tutorial 12||Fr||14.15 - 15.45||02.114||German||Alexander Dreichner|
|Tutorial 13||Fr||14.15 - 15.45||02.120||German||Amanda Konieczna|