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Secondary Subject

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At the beginning courses in two subjects will be taken. These subjects are oriented at the main research activities of the participating physics institute. One of the subjects will develop into the Primary the other into the Secondary Subject.

The Secondary Subject consists of courses with a total of 12 credit points. These courses can be selected  from one of the main research activities of the participating physics institutes of the University of Cologne listed below. Alternatively courses from one of the research topics listed below of the University of Bonn will be accredited. Some of these lectures are transmitted via video to Cologne. These lectures can be found on the websites of the  Bonn-Cologne Graduate School of Physics and Astronomy.

Courses of the Secondary Subject may also be accredited in   Elective Area. According to choice of the Secondary Subject in combination with the start in the summer or winter semester the optimum choice of the courses is not always obvious. If you have problems in the planning of the courses, please contact directly the coordinators named in the respective module description.

Secondary Subject

LecturesCourse OfferingsModule Handbook
General Theory of Relativity / Quantum Field TheoryLectures
AstrophysicsLectures
Condensed Matter PhysicsLectures
Molecular PhysicsLectures
Nuclear and Particle PhysicsLectures
Solid State Theory / Computational PhysicsLectures
Statistical and Biological PhysicsLectures
Cosmology (Bonn)Lectures
Experimental Hadron Physics (Bonn)Lectures
High Energy Particle Physics (Bonn)Lectures
Physics in Medicine (Bonn)Lectures
Quantum Optics and Optical Condensed Matter Physics (Bonn)Lectures
Theoretical Hadron Physics (Bonn)Lectures
Theoretical Particle Physics (Bonn)Lectures