Teaching and Education
Many of our staff members do give lectures at various universities. Below please find a summary of those:
|Name||Title of the lecture||University|
|A. Antognini||Physics II||ETH Zurich|
|G. Bison, W. Erdmann||Electronics for Physicists I||ETH Zurich|
|K. Kirch||Physics I||ETH Zurich|
|K. Kirch||Introduction to Nuclear and Particle Physics||ETH Zurich|
|K. Kirch||Nuclear and Particle Physics with Applications||ETH Zurich|
|U. Langenegger, L. Caminada||Experimental Methods and Instruments of Particle Physics||ETHZ and Univ. Zurich|
|A. Papa||Physics Lab I - 1st year course at the Department of Physics||Univ. Pisa|
|A. Papa||Physics II - 2nd year course at the Department of Engineering (Energy and Mechanics)||Univ. Pisa|
|A. Signer||Mathematical Methods of Physics I||Univ. Zurich|
|A. Signer||Mathematical Methods of Physics II||Univ. Zurich|
|A. Signer||Quantum Mechanics I||Univ. Zurich|
|A. Signer||Quantum Mechanics II||Univ. Zurich and ETH Zurich|
|A. Signer||Advanced Field Theory||Univ. Zurich and ETH Zurich|
|A. Soter, A. Antognini||Particle Physics at PSI||ETH Zurich|
|A. Soter, P. Schmidt-Wellenburg||Low energy particle physics||ETH Zurich|
|M. Spira||Colloquia in Elementary Particle Physics||PSI|
|M. Spira||Phenomenology of Physics Beyond the Standard Model||ETH Zurich|
|P. Stoffer||Effective Field Theories for Particle Physics||Univ. Zurich and ETH Zurich|
Opportunities for Students
The Laboratory of Particle Physics offers various opportunities to students for practical training, semester projects and postgraduate theses. This page is constantly updated and gives an overview of these possibilities.
Particle Physics Practical Course
Thanks to the collaboration with the PSI laboratory, it is possible to offer students of the University Zurich , ETH Zürich and University of Heidelberg the unique opportunity to experiment with real beams (primarily pions and muons) using the world's most intense proton beam. The students learn how to build a small, real experiment, including apparatus design, construction as well as data-taking and the final statistical analysis."
Thanks to the shared professorships located within LTP, semester thesis projects can be conducted in our laboratory at PSI.
Concerning experimental projects, contact Klaus Kirch , regarding theoretical particle physics, contact Adrian Signer .