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Fachwissenschaftliche Vertiefung mit pädagogischem Fokus
402-0737-00LEnergy and Environment in the 21st Century (Part I)W6 KP2V + 1UM. Dittmar, P. Morf
KurzbeschreibungThe energy and related environmental problems, the physics principles of using energy and the various real and hypothetical options are discussed from a physicist point of view. The lecture is intended for students of all ages with an interest in a rational approach to the energy problem of the 21st century.
LernzielScientists and espially physicists are often confronted with questions
related to the problems of energy and the environment.
The lecture tries to address the physical principles of todays and tomorrow
energy use and the resulting global consequences for the world climate.

The lecture is for students which are interested
participate in a rational and responsible debatte about the
energyproblem of the 21. century.
InhaltIntroduction: energy types, energy carriers, energy density
and energy usage. How much energy does a human needs/uses?

Energy conservation and the first and second law of thermodynamics

Fossile fuels (our stored energy resources) and their use.

Burning fossile fuels and the physics of the greenhouse effect.

physics basics of nuclear fission and fusion energy

controlled nuclear fission energy today, the different types of
nuclear power plants, uranium requirements and resources,
natural and artificial radioactivity and the related waste problems
from the nuclear fuel cycle.

Nuclear reactor accidents and the consequences,
a comparison with risks from other energy using methods.

The problems with nuclear fusion and the ITER project.

Nuclear fusion and fission: ``exotic'' ideas.

Hydrogen as an energy carrier: ideas and limits of a
hydrogen economy.

new clean renewable energy sources and their physical limits
(wind, solar, geothermal etc)

Energy perspectives for the next 100 years and some
final remarks
Skriptmany more details (in english and german) here:

LiteraturDie Energiefrage - Bedarf und Potentiale, Nutzung, Risiken und Kosten:
Klaus Heinloth, 2003, VIEWEG ISBN: 3528131063;

Environmental Physics: Boeker and Egbert New York Wiley 1999
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesScience promised us truth, or at least a knowledge
of such relations as our intelligence can seize:
it never promised us peace or happiness
Gustave Le Bon

Physicists learned to realize that whether they like a theory or
they don't like a theory is not the essential question.
Rather, it's whether or not the theory gives predictions that agree with experiment.
Richard Feynman, 1985
402-0922-00LMentorierte Arbeit Fachwissenschaftliche Vertiefung mit pädagogischem Fokus Physik A Information Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen
Mentorierte Arbeit Fachwissenschaftliche Vertiefung mit pädagogischem Fokus Physik für DZ und Lehrdiplom.
O2 KP4AG. Schiltz, A. Vaterlaus
KurzbeschreibungIn der mentorierten Arbeit in FV verknüpfen die Studierenden gymnasiale und universitäre Aspekte des Fachs mit dem Ziel, ihre Lehrkompetenz im Hinblick auf curriculare Entscheidungen und auf die zukünftige Entwicklung des Unterrichts zu stärken. Angeleitet erstellen sie Texte, welche die anvisierte Leserschaft, in der Regel gymnasiale Fachlehrpersonen, unmittelbar verstehen.
LernzielÜbung im Erklären schwieriger physikalischer Inhalte als zentrale Herausforderung des Lehrberufes

Verbesserung der Ausbildung in Physik durch das Erschliessen attraktiver, moderner Themen im Hinblick auf zukünftige curriculare Entscheidungen und das Bild von Physik in der Öffentlichkeit
InhaltThemenwahl nach Vereinbarung
402-0505-00LPhysics in the Smartphone
Findet dieses Semester nicht statt.
W6 KP3GM. Sigrist
KurzbeschreibungPhysics in today's high-tech smartphone. Examples: network topology and scratch proof glass, spin-orbit coupling - brighter displays, GPS and general theory of relativity, electromagnetic response of matter (transparent metals for displays, GPS signal propagation), light-field cameras, CCD and CMOS light sensors, physics stops Moore's law, meta-materials for antennas, MEMS sensor physics, etc.
LernzielStudents recognize and appreciate the enormous impact "physics" has on today's high tech world. Abstract concepts, old and recent, encountered in the lectures are implemented and present all around us.

Students are actively involved in the preparation and presentation of the topics, and thus acquire valuable professional skills.
InhaltWe explore how traditional and new physics concepts and achievements make their way into today's ubiquitous high-tech gadget : the smartphone.
Examples of topics include:
network topology and scratch proof Gorilla glass,
spin-orbit coupling makes for four times brighter displays,
no GPS without general theory of relativity,
electromagnetic response of matter (transparent metals for displays, GPS signal propagation in the atmosphere),
lightfield cameras replacing CCD and CMOS light sensors,
physical limitations to IC scaling: the end of "Moore's law",
meta-materials for antennas,
physics of the various MEMS sensors,
etc., etc.,
SkriptThe presentation material and original literature will be distributed weekly.
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesBasic physics lectures and introduction to solid state physics are expected.

This is a "3 hour" course, with two hours set for <tba>, and the third one to be set at the beginning of the semester.

An introductory event is planed in the first week of the term on Wednesday, September 19th - 17:45 in the room HIT K51. In this meeting we will fix the time of the usual lecture and we will distribute the topics for the presentations during the term. The tutors will briefly present each topics.
402-0869-00LQualitative Methods in PhysicsW6 KP2V + 1UV. Geshkenbein
KurzbeschreibungWe will discuss, how qualitative thinking allows to progress in different areas of physics, from classical to quantum mechanics, from phase transitions, to developed turbulence and Anderson localisation.
LernzielThe solution of most problems in theoretical physics begins with the application of the QUALITATIVE METHODS which constitute the most attractive and beautiful characteristic of this discipline. However, as experience shows, it is just these aspects which are most difficult for beginner. Unfortunately, the methods of theoretical physics are usually presented in a formal, mathematical way, rather than in the constructive form in which they are used in scientific work. The purpose of this lecture course is to make up this deficiency.
SkriptLecture notes and additional materials are available.
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