Current Topics in Positron Research: Theory and Experiment
Module version of WS 2011/2
There are historic module descriptions of this module. A module description is valid until replaced by a newer one.
Whether the module’s courses are offered during a specific semester is listed in the section Courses, Learning and Teaching Methods and Literature below.
|available module versions|
|SS 2017||WS 2011/2|
PH1359 is a semester module in German or English language at Bachelor’s level which is offered in winter semester.
This Module is included in the following catalogues within the study programs in physics.
- Catalogue of student seminars for condensed matter physics
- Catalogue of student seminars for Applied and Engineering Physics
If not stated otherwise for export to a non-physics program the student workload is given in the following table.
|Total workload||Contact hours||Credits (ECTS)|
|120 h||40 h||4 CP|
Responsible coordinator of the module PH1359 in the version of WS 2011/2 was Christoph Pascal Hugenschmidt.
Content, Learning Outcome and Preconditions
Seminar talks by students on current topics in positron research .
After successful participation in the module the student can
use the basic methods of literature retrieval, condense their knowlegde from scientific papers into a presentation and obtain presentation skills.
They have learned about relevant topics in positron research.
Bachelor, Bachelor-Thesis in positron physics or related research area.
Courses, Learning and Teaching Methods and Literature
Courses and Schedule
|PS||2||Current Topics in Positron Research: Theory and Experiment||Hugenschmidt, C.||
Learning and Teaching Methods
The learning outcomes of this module will be developed through the literature search, the study of literature, the preparation of the presentation, the discussion with the teacher, the talk itself and answering questions about it.
Presentation materials, complementary literature
Specialized literature to the individual topics of the seminar talks will be provided;
own literature search.