Para quem é direcionado este curso: This course is aimed at people who have a basic education in physics, especially classical mechanics and electrodynamics. Basic notions of special relativity and quantum mechanics may also be useful, although we give short reminders of these tools. The ideal background would be that of a 3rd year student in any scientific discipline.


Desenvolvido por:   Universidade de Genebra

  • Martin Pohl

    Ministrado por:    Martin Pohl, Professeur ordinaire

    Département de physique nucléaire et corpusculaire

  • Mercedes Paniccia

    Ministrado por:    Mercedes Paniccia, Collaboratrice scientifique

    Département de Physique Nucléaire et Corpusculaire

  • Anna Sfyrla

    Ministrado por:    Anna Sfyrla, Assistant Professor

    Nuclear and Particle Physics
CompromissoWe estimate the workload for this course to be about 11 weeks of study with 3 to 4 hours/week, depending on your usage of the optional material.
Idioma
English
Como ser aprovadoSeja aprovado em todas as tarefas para concluir o curso.
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3.7 stars
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Perguntas frequentes
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Trabalho
Trabalho

Cada curso é como um livro didático interativo, com vídeos pré-gravados, testes e projetos.

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Conecte-se com milhares de outros aprendizes, debata ideias, discuta sobre os materiais do curso e obtenha ajuda para dominar conceitos.

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Avaliado em 3.7 de 5 decorrente de 8 avaliações

Very interesting course. Quite difficult to pass week 6 due to a question on w boson quark transformation. Couldnt find answers in sylabus. Maybe just me. Overall excellant course.

The instructors are very knowledgeable and lectures contain a lot of valuable information. I'm enjoying the mixture of basics and detail, plus the field trips to LHC and a tokamac. There's a fair amount of work required, but I appreciate that. There's also plenty of activity in the discussion forums.

I notice that some students have complained about having to pay attention to the lectures. This course is possibly not a good choice for anyone who wants to be spoon fed.

The course was really amazing. Enjoyed & learnt a lot & was privileged to learn from such reputed teachers.

For me it was for eye opening into the world that is smaller than us and the principles that control that make the universe what it is.



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