Introduction to Theoretical Nuclear and Elemetary Particle Physics 1 | Winter 2022
Contents: Nuclear models: liquid drop model, Fermi-Gas Model, Shell Model, Deform Shell Model | Collective Nuclear Models | Nucleon-Nucleon Interaction | Hartree-Fock Theory | The Klein-Gordon equation | Covariant electrodynamics | The Dirac equation | Quantum chromodynamics | Symmetries of QCD
Prof. Laura Sagunski
Prof. Marcus Bleicher
Thursday, 9.45 am - 12 pm, 02.116
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- Exercises: There will be weekly (graded) homework assignments that will be uploaded to the NextCloud folder at the beginning of the course. In each tutorial, two students should prepare to present the solutions to the exercises, and another one should give a presentation on the topic indicated on the assignment sheet. Please decide one week ahead if you want to present the exercise or give the presentation.
- Passing the course & exams: To pass the course, you need to acomplish three things: 1) Maximally two times absent in the tutorials. 2) You need to present at least twice a pre-chosen exercise in the tutorials. 3) You need to prepare and give a small presentation (15 min. presentation + 5 min. for questions) on a topic related to the course material (see tutorials). The presentation is being held in 'conference style' with an additional chair person, in which you strictly need to watch the time and need to prepare one own questions.
|Lecture||Thursday||9.45 am - 12 pm||02.116||English||Laura Sagunski, Marcus Bleicher|
|Tutorial 1||Monday||11 am - 1 pm||02.116||English||Renan Hirayama, Tom Reichert|
|Tutorial 2||Wednesday||2 pm - 4 pm||02.116||English||Renan Hirayama, Tom Reichert|