Proseminars in Theoretical Physics
The Institute offers four Proseminars in Theoretical Physics for the upcoming Spring semester.
The assignment of topics took place on Monday, December 12, 2016.
|402-0210-**L||Proseminar "The theory of the Large Hadron Collider"
|402-0210-**L||Proseminar "Strong Correlations in One Dimension"||O. Zilberberg|
|402-0210-**L||Proseminar "An Introduction to String Theory"||C. Keller
|402-0210-**L||Bachelor Proseminar "Advanced Topics in Quantum Mechanics"||J. Blatter
The student prepares a presentation of around, but not more than, one hour duration, on a specific topic assigned in advance. A tutor from the Institute of Theoretical Physics will provide literature and give a feedback on the student's progress. Students keep the tutor informed about their work in weekly meetings, starting (at least) 6 weeks before the date of the final presentation.
Requirements for passing the module
- The student gives a pedagogical talk on the assigned topic, demonstrating a firm understanding of the subject. The presentation is
shown to the tutor a week in advance.
- A written scientific report in english (6 pages double-column PRB format) is handed in 4 weeks after the presentation. This report
covers the presented material.
- The presence of the student is required in at least 80% of sessions.