13D061OPNF - Selected Topics in Nuclear Physics
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Course title | Selected Topics in Nuclear Physics | |||
Acronym | 13D061OPNF | |||
Study programme | Electrical Engineering and Computing | |||
Module | Nuclear, Medical and Ecological Engineering | |||
Type of study | doctoral studies | |||
Lecturer (for classes) | ||||
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Lecturer/Associate (for OTC) | ||||
ESPB | 9.0 | Status | elective | |
Condition | none | |||
The goal | Insight into the historical development of theoretical and experimental atomic physics. Application of quantum mechanics and special theory of relativity in solving problems in atomic and nuclear physics. | |||
The outcome | Learning the theoretical apparatus describing various aspects of an atom system. Learning about static and dynamic properties of nuclei (theory and applications). Learning the contemporary concepts in particle physics, including particle interactions. | |||
Contents | ||||
Contents of lectures | Historical review of the development of nuclear physics; Bohr atom model; Zeeman effect; Nuclear spectroscopy; Electron paramagnetic resonance; Nuclear magnetic resonance; Static and dynamic properties of nuclei; Radiation interactions with matter; Nuclear detectors; Particle accelerators; Nuclear forces; Elementary particles; Standard big bang model. | |||
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Number of hours per week during the semester/trimester/year | ||||
Lectures | Exercises | OTC | Study and Research | Other classes |
6 | ||||
Methods of teaching | 90 hours of lectures | |||
Knowledge score (maximum points 100) | ||||
Pre obligations | Points | Final exam | Points | |
Activites during lectures | 0 | Test paper | 30 | |
Practical lessons | 0 | Oral examination | 40 | |
Projects | ||||
Colloquia | 0 | |||
Seminars | 30 |