PHYS 471/472: Physics Project Laboratory

Catalog Description

Participation with a faculty member in an individual research project. May be repeated for credit. Liberal Arts. This course has a fee. Prerequisite: Instructor permission.

In the real world of laboratory research, there is no “answer book” that you can go to, and there isn’t a teacher ready to show you how to do it. It demands that you apply all of the skills and knowledge you have learned in your other courses, as well as learn new things like machine shop or programming techniques. The purpose for this course is to help you “put it all together” – that is, to see how what you have learned in your academic physics courses can be used to solve real-world problems.

Useful Information

Instructor
Dr. Hoffman  (Office P107)
Dr. Yuly  (Office P106)

Class Time    
T 12:30-1:20 AM
Location
P116

Course Materials

Syllabus
COVID-19 Classroom and Laboratory Safety Rules
Safety Contract
Machine Shop Rules
Poster Guidelines

 

Charles Kettering

“A research problem is not solved by apparatus; it is solved in a man’s head.” — Charles F. Kettering