Large Tutorial to Theoretical Physics 2 (Electrodynamics)
Zentralübung zu Theoretische Physik 2 (Elektrodynamik)

Course 0000001034 in WS 2015/6

General Data

Course Type Exercise
Semester Weekly Hours 2 SWS
Organisational Unit Applied Quantum Field Theory
Lecturers Anatoly Zharikov
Responsible/Coordination: Norbert Kaiser
Dates Friday, 12:00–14:00
and 1 singular or moved dates

Assignment to Modules

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Equivalent Courses (e. g. in other semesters)

SemesterTitleLecturersDates
WS 2014/5 Large Tutorial to Theoretical Physics 2 (Electrodynamics) Zharikov, A.
Responsible/Coordination: Kaiser, N.
Friday, 12:00–14:00
WS 2013/4 Large Tutorial to Theoretical Physics 2 (Electrodynamics) Zharikov, A.
Responsible/Coordination: Kaiser, N.
Friday, 12:00–14:00
and singular or moved dates
WS 2012/3 Large Tutorial to Theoretical Physics 2 (Electrodynamics) Zharikov, A.
Responsible/Coordination: Kaiser, N.
singular or moved dates
WS 2011/2 Large Tutorial to Theoretical Physics 2 (Electrodynamics) Zharikov, A.
Responsible/Coordination: Weise, W.
singular or moved dates
WS 2010/1 Open Tutorial to Theoretical Physics 2 (Electrodynamics) singular or moved dates

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