All Projects. Our faculty are engaged in research across a wide spectrum of physics and astronomy subfields. A complete list current projects appears below. Last updated: April 27, Some of the projects I would prefer are as follows- 1. Measuring the size of nanostructures by using light scattering 2. Simulating the zeno effect in quantum tunneling 3. An implantable movement sensor 4. Determining the level of radioactivity in. 19 Aug Project (for start): Application of density funtional theory to nuclear magnetic resonance. Supervisor: Dr. John Hanna (this project is principally computational). Please follow this link for research opportunities in Theoretical and Computational Physics (PhD and MSc). Several projects are.
25 Nov If you are interested in a project, please contact the Ph.D. student or postdoc in charge of that project. The working languages in our group are English (primarily) and French. For EPFL students: Please note the LMTS is located in Neuchatel. Semester project students are expected to come to Neuchatel at. The main page for current postgraduate students in Physics and Astronomy. This site contains all relevant information for students on MSc courses at the University of Sussex. Academic year of / Assignments and theses available for the academic year of / are now updated. Applied Physics. Intermediate Band Solar Cells (Reenaas, Gibson) 13/14 · Atmospheric and Environmental Physics (Espy/Hibbins) 13/14 · Seven Master's Projects (Gibson et al) 13/14 · Optics at IEP.
Final Project Description. The final project provides you with an opportunity to investigate some issues in solid state or condensed matter physics of particular interest to you. The project involves selecting an interesting area, a specific topic, and writing a short paper that describes how to use some of the concepts from the. possible projects. Students are invited to discuss their own ideas for projects, together with the suggested topics, with the supervisors. Students may also carry out projects under the supervision of other members of staff, so long as the project remains in the area of. Theoretical Physics. It is important that students discuss. Our PHYS Special Projects course is intended for upper year students, usually in the last year of a Specialization or Honours program in Physics. You have the opportunity to work individually on a project in an area of interest to you, under the supervision of a department professor. Often the one-term project is directly.