Physics Courses in MSc Program - Autumn 1996


This is a translation of relevant part of the official Lecture Catalogue (in Norwegian) available on the WWW.
In this term, the students should take at least 10 credits,
see recommended courses for the new students

FYS 202 - Advanced Quantum Mechanics

Lectures
Friday 9.15-11,
Colloquium
Thursday 9.15-10
Assoc. prof. J.P. Hansen and research fellow Thorbjoern Rogde give lectures and lead colloquium in the room 546.
First time 29.8.

FYS 203 - Relativistic quantum mechanics and field theory

Lectures
Tuesday 12.15-14, wednesday 9.15-10
Colloquium and exercise sessions
Thursday 12.15-14
Professor Per Osland gives lectures and leads colloquium and exercise sessions in the room 316.
First time 27.8.

FYS 206 - Statistical physics

Lectures
Wednesday 13.15-14, thursday 10.15-12
Colloquium
Wednesday 14.15-15
Professor Laszlo P. Csernai gives lectures and leads colloquium in the room 546.
First time 28.8.

FYS 234 - Experimental methods in nuclear and particle physics

Lectures
Tuesday 10.15-12
Professor Gerald Eigen gives lectures in the room 546.

Not in the programme, but given in English. Recommended.
First time 27.8.

FYS 287 - Atomic physics and quantum optics

Lectures
Monday 12.15-14, tuesday 14.15-15
Exercise sessions
Thursday 14.15-16
Professor Ladislav Kocbach gives lectures and leads exercise sessions in the room 546.
First time 26.8.

FYS 331 - Nuclear models

Lectures
Wednesday 12.15-14
Exercise sessions
Thursday 10.15-11
Professor Jan S. Vaagen gives lectures and leads exercise sessions in the room 316.
First time 28.8.

FYS 338 - Heavy ion physics at intermediate and high energies

Professor II Gunnar Løvhøiden gives lectures and leads colloquium.
Time and place on agreement.

FYS 343 - Quark and lepton physics

Lectures
Monday 10.15-12, wednesday 11.15-12
Professor Osland gives lectures in the room 546.
First time 26.8.

FYS 381 - Selected topics in theoretical atomic physics

Lectures and colloquium on agreement.(L. Kocbach)


General Physics Colloquium


Institute Colloquium on thursdays 15.15-17 in the Auditorium B.
Look for Anouncements.
It is recommended to take part in the Institute Colloquium