Assignment 2 is satisfying for all who have delivered it. There won't be any compulsory assignment more. However, it is expected that you work out all exercises and other items to work out in detail, which are mentioned in the slides and on the course webpages.
You should by now have received the schedule for the final exam on June 9,10.
Exceptionally the lecture will be held in "lille fys aud øst (Ø157)" on Tuesday 19.5. at 15:15.
Today: Chapter 10: DIS
Following 4 sessions (19, 21, 26 and 28.5)
Chapter 14. Fundamental aspects of nucleon interactions.
Some selected parts of Chapter 11 (partly already done),12 and 13.
An email is sent to you. Please check that the schedule of the oral exam made by Christine fits you and let me know in case it crashes with one of your other exams.
There is a very good department's colloquium today at 12:15 (store fy) with title: Heavy Ion Collisions: From Big systems to Small ones. This fits perfectly the FYS3510 program and I recommend that we all follow it together before continuing the planned lecture at 13:15. Please inform each other and apologise for rather late notice.
On Thursday 16th, you will work with ATLAS data (master class kind). Please, bring your laptop to the class. Hope to see all of you there.
To be delivered by April 21st @ 15:15.
Some nice reading after your first CERN visit http://run2firstbeam.web.cern.ch
Reminder: No lecture tomorrow Tuesday 7th April. See you all on Thursday 9th.
Don't forget to have a look at the material presented at CERN - especially for those who could not take part in the visit. Lectures given complement the Fys3510 programme.
I hope that you all arrived safe home and had a great stay at CERN. Many students will have a mid-term exam in FYS3120 just after Easter. As agreed with the lecturer and given that we have worked hard enough while at CERN, there won't be FYS3510 lecture on Tuesday April 7th.
Have a nice Easter holiday.
An important email is sent to all participants. Contact me in case of any questions or details. Otherwise see you all at CERN - main entrance - by 8:00 sharp on Monday morning.
Today the plan was to finish Chapter 7. Due to mid-term exam in other course(s) only 3 students showed up. We discussed briefly "mid-term" evaluation. A slide can be found in the middle of the link to Chapter 7. Feedback, at the next lecture, via email, face-to-face or collected by the students contact, is highly appreciated.
Read through it and a discussion will follow during the lectures this week.
Those who have not yet provided the information asked for are urged to do so by Friday this week.
Thursday 12.2 and 19.2. See Time Plan for further details. Before the sessions, try to solve as many proposed problems as possible and read the extra material.
Important information sent to the emailing list. Get in touch with lecturer in case you have not received the message!
The CERN visit is now fixed: Monday 23 - Thursday 26 March 2015. Student following FYS3510 and FYS4560 are welcome. Please, provide the following information very soon: Name (as in passport), email address, birthday.
I would appreciate if one volunteer student would collect the list and sends it to me. Than you very much.
The link to the program will be posted later.
Proposed dates for the final exam are June 9-10.
Proposed CERN visit 2015: March 23-25/26.
Quick feedback appreciated.
Welcome everybody. This is to inform you that the first lecture FYS3510 will take place on Thursday 22nd January 2015.