Nuclear and Particle Physics
Lectures in nuclear physics and particle physics can be chosen from the list given below. The module is subdivided into core courses, specialized courses, and the advanced seminar. More information on the contents of each lecture and required knowledge can be found from the description of the lectures, see links.
Credit points and module descriptions are given according to the new examinations regulations.
Lecture Title / Topic
|Nuclear Physics II||Detail||3||4.5||W|
|Physics of Detectors||Detail||2||3||S|
|Theoretical nuclear physics I: the nuclear shell model||Detail||2||3|
|Theoretical nuclear physics II: interacting boson model||Detail||2||3|
|Theoretical nuclear physics III: symmetries in atomic nuclei||Detail||2||3|
|Accelerator Mass Spectrometry||Detail||2||3|
|Selected Problems in Nuclear Structure||Detail||2||3|
|Selected Topics of Modern Nuclear Physics||Detail||2||3|
|Heavy Ion Physics||Detail||2||3|
|Tools for Particle Physics||Detail||2||3|
|Selected Topics on Future Energy Supply||2||3|
|Applied Nuclear Physics||Detail||2||3|
|Advanced Seminar in Nuclear and Particle Physics||Detail||2||3|| |
The amount of credit points (CP) listed above will be applied to external students only. Cologne master students receive CPs for the area of specialization in total (see handbook).