Course data
Course name: The Physics of One-Dimensional Systems
Neptun ID: BMETE15MF05
Responsible teacher: Gergely Zaránd
Department: Department of Theoretical Physics
Programme: Courses for Physicist MSc students
Course data sheet: BMETE15MF05
Requirements, Informations
Time, location:  Wednesdays, 16:15-18:00, room F3M01 (seminar room); 
Lecturer:  Gergely Zaránd
Language: English
Requirements and grading:
There are sevaral ways to get a grade and complete the course.
Oral exam: 
Those, who have missed more than 2 lectures can obtain a grade by oral exam. Everyone gets two subjects on the exam.  
Problem solving:
You can obtain a grade through problem solving in case you missed less than 3 lectures.
You will recieve 2 problem sets.
You can select problems from each set to collect 50 points at maximum (i.e. max. 100 points).
To pass (grade 2) you need to reach 50%, for grade 3 you need  60%, for grade 4 you need to reach  70%, and for grade 5, you must score above  80%.
You may discuss with the others (or with me), give hints to each-other, but I request independent work. You may help each-other but you are not allowed to copy 
Deadlines will be specified in the problem sets.  
Term paper: 
Instead of problem solving you can pass by handing in a 15 page long term paper, too. The term paper is supposed to start with a 8-10 pages introduction, putting your subject into context and revising the relevant material of the course, and the last 8-10  pages are supposed to discuss a hand-out (publication or book chapter). You do not need to understand all details of the handout, but the text must be clear and logical, reflecting your clear understanding. 
Handouts:  to be posted 
Problem sets: 
Handwritten solutions are allowed (even preferred). 
Handouts for term paper:  to be posted 
Some lecture notes 2018 (for your personal use, no responsibility for mistakes, typos etc.)  
Additional material:
List of subjects for oral exam: