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The purpose of this course is to give the students insight into particular fields of modern theoretical physics. They attend the seminars of the Department of Theoretical Physics or those of the individual research groups. The course is worth two credit points. We recommend it primarily to the students involved with research at the Department of Theoretical Physics.
This semester students can choose from two seminar series:
1. Seminar series of the Department of Theoretical Physics
Time: Friday 10:15 am
Location: Seminar room of the department, first floor F.III.
Topics: A wide range of topics from modern theoretical and experimental physics
First seminar: September 9, 2016
Contact: Csaba Tőke
2. Seminar series of Exotic Quantum Phases research group
Time: Tuesday 2:15 pm
Location: Seminar room of the department, first floor, F.III.
Topics: Modern solid state physics, quantum informatics, quantum statistical physics, nanophysics.
First seminar: September 13, 2016.
Contact: Pályi András / Zaránd Gergely
Attendance: Students have to attend at least 10 occasions per semester. Verified by the instructor.
Grading: In connection to one of the talks the students have to either give a journal club talk (25 minutes) or write a short essay (6 to 10 pages).
Past and planned talks are available at http://exotic.phy.bme.hu/ or http://dtp.physics.bme.hu/.