Physics M

Learning Outcomes

The students have understood and deepened the central contents of physics. They are able to define and interpret advanced questions in physics. Students can apply their knowledge to known and unknown problems and develop solutions. This includes in particular a basic understanding of quantum mechanics as well as the application to simple questions (e.g. potential pot, energy transitions in hydrogen atoms). In addition, students are able to transfer their knowledge of thermodynamic potentials to application-related problems in solid state physics with the help of statistical physics.

Content

  • Mechanics
    • Newtonian mechanics
    • Conservation variables and invariances
    • Hamiltonian mechanics
  • Electrodynamics
    • Charge and power distribution
    • Maxwell equations
  • Quantum mechanics
    • Transition from classical physics to quantum mechanics
    • Wave function and operators
  • Statistical Physics
    • Canonical ensemble
    • Thermodynamic potentials

Frequency

Annually in summer semester

Language

German

References

  • Paul A. Tipler. Physik. Spektrum Verlag.
  • Wolfgang Nolting. Grundkurs Theoretische Physik. Springer Verlag.
  • Torsten Fließbach. Lehrbücher zur Theoretischen Physik. Springer Verlag.
  • Matthew Sands, Richard Feynman, Robert B. Leighton. The Feynman Lectures on Physics.

Contact

Prof. Dr. Henrik te Heesen
Prof. Dr. Henrik te Heesen
Professor FB Umweltplanung/-technik - FR Maschinenbau

Contact

+49 6782 17-1908

Location

Birkenfeld | Building 9925 | Room 12

Consultation

nach Vereinbarung per E-Mail/by arrangement via mail
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