Nanotechnology and Quantum Applications Specialization Laboratory 1
Fizikus mérnök BSc
compulsory (Nanotechnology and Quantum Applications Specialization)
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Special grading methods:
The competence is tested prior to the measurements, and laboratory reports are submitted after the measurements. The grade is based on both aspects.
Measurement Design and Laboratory Exercises
Dr. Szabolcs Csonka, associate professor, PhD
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Within the course, students will perform advanced measurement tasks related to nanotechnology, materials science, semiconductor physics, optics and photonics, and quantum technology. The measurement tasks are closely related to the modern research methodologies in these areas. The measurements are performed in pairs, and are chosen from a wider list according to the research interest.
Descriptions of laboratory exercises on the website of the BME Physics Institute.
List of competences:
Please find the detailed list, as quoted from the Hungarian training and outcome requirements of the Physicist Engineer program, in the Hungarian version of the course description.