The course aims to impart the ability to analyze physical problems and to independently work out (also unconventional) solutions. A successful degree in physics qualifies you for professions in which this problem-solving skills are required, ie for a wide range of research and science. In addition, the overarching goal of the course is to acquire qualified access to the master’s course in physics.
Because physics has a great tradition at the Humboldt University - Max Planck, Erwin Schrödinger and Einstein, among others, taught here. Because here experiment and theory are taught as a unit. Because students are involved in research at an early stage. Because the Adlershof campus is appealing, where physics is embedded in a unique environment of other disciplines, young high-tech companies and non-university research institutes. Because you are particularly interested in elementary particle physics, solid state physics, macromolecules and complex systems, as well as optics / photonics as possible specializations.
|P 0||Elementary aids in physics||6 LP|
|P 1.1||Classical mechanics and thermodynamics (Physics I)||8 LP|
|P 1.2||Electromagnetism (Physics II)||8 LP|
|P 1.3||Optics (Physics III)||8 LP|
|P 1.4||Quantum, Atomic and Molecular Physics (Physics IV)||8 LP|
|P 2.1||Classical Mechanics and Special Theory of Relativity (Theoretical Physics I)||8 LP|
|P 2.2||Electrodynamics (Theoretical Physics II)||8 LP|
|P 2.3||Quantum Mechanics (Theoretical Physics III)||8 LP|
|P 2.4||Advanced Quantum Mechanics (Theoretical Physics IV)||8 LP|
|P 2.5||Thermodynamics (Theoretical Physics V)||6 LP|
|P 4||Linear Algebra||8 LP|
|P 5||Computer application in physics||6 LP|
|P 6.1||Basic internship I||6 LP|
|P 6.2||Basic internship II||6 LP|
|P 7.1||Introduction to solid state physics||8 LP|
|P 7.2||Introduction to nuclear and elementary particle physics||8 LP|
|bachelor thesis||10 LP|
P 3 Elective Mathematics (24 CP)
|P 3.1||Analysis I||8 LP|
|P 3.2||Analysis II||8 LP|
|P 3.3||Analysis III||8 LP|
These three modules can optionally be replaced by corresponding modules from the offer of the Institute for Mathematics.
P 8 advanced elective modules (18 CP)
|P 8.a||Advanced internship I||6 LP|
|P 8.b||Advanced internship II||6 LP|
|P 8.c||electronics||6 LP|
|P 8.d||Function theory||6 LP|
|P 8.e||Mathematical methods of physics||6 LP|
|P 8.f||Research seminar||6 LP|
|P 8.g||Advanced topics in physics||6 LP|
In the interdisciplinary compulsory elective area, modules from the module catalogs of other subjects or central institutions amounting to a total of 10 CP are to be taken freely ( http://agnes.hu-berlin.de/ ).
|Pe 1||Classical Mechanics and Special Theory of Relativity (Theoretical Physics I)||10 LP|
|Pe 2||Electrodynamics (Theoretical Physics II)||10 LP|
|Pe 3||Quantum Mechanics (Theoretical Physics III)||10 LP|
|Pe 4||Advanced Quantum Mechanics (Theoretical Physics IV)||10 LP|
A total of 180 credit points (CP *) must be acquired.
Compulsory area: 128 CP including Bachelor thesis (10 CP )
specific elective area: 42 CP Interdisciplinary elective area: 10 CP
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