Master's Colloquium (KM)

Module PH1091

This module handbook serves to describe contents, learning outcome, methods and examination type as well as linking to current dates for courses and module examination in the respective sections.

Basic Information

PH1091 is a semester module in German or English language at Master’s level which is offered every semester.

If not stated otherwise for export to a non-physics program the student workload is given in the following table.

Total workloadContact hoursCredits (ECTS)
150 h  h 5 CP

Responsible coordinator of the module PH1091 is the Dean of Studies at Physics Department.

Content, Learning Outcome and Preconditions

Content

The Master's colloquium consists of an lecture about the Master's thesis and a discussion.

Learning Outcome

In the master colloquium the student shows his/her ability to

  • present the essential elements of the thesis in a scientific presentation,
  • to respond to critical objections
  • to justify the own position and approach towards others. 

Preconditions

Master's thesis

Courses, Learning and Teaching Methods and Literature

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Module Exam

Description of exams and course work

The Master's Colloquium concludes the research phase. Based on lecture on the master's thesis and a following discussion about the work and  neighboring areas the learning outcomes will be reviewed.  

Condensed Matter

When atoms interact things can get interesting. Fundamental research on the underlying properties of materials and nanostructures and exploration of the potential they provide for applications.

Nuclei, Particles, Astrophysics

A journey of discovery to understanding our world at the subatomic scale, from the nuclei inside atoms down to the most elementary building blocks of matter. Are you ready for the adventure?

Biophysics

Biological systems, from proteins to living cells and organisms, obey physical principles. Our research groups in biophysics shape one of Germany's largest scientific clusters in this area.