WS 2016 SS 2016
WS 2015
WS 2014 SS 2015
Department of Physics
open chemistry
KVL / Klausuren / MAP 1st HS: 12.10  2nd HS: 07.12 15.02  begin SS: 17.04

4020155185 Classical Theoretical Physics  VVZ 

Thu 11-13
weekly ZGW 2 1.221 (36) Thomas Klose
Fri 9-11
weekly ZGW 2 1.221 (36)
Fri 11-13
weekly NEW 14 3'12 (40) Isabella Bierenbaum
Fri 13-15
weekly NEW 15 2'102 (24) Isabella Bierenbaum
Fri 15-17
weekly NEW 14 1'11 (24) Thomas Klose

Digital- & Präsenz-basierter Kurs

classroom language
Basics of theoretical mechanics and theoretical
electrodynamics, modeling and analysis of
physical processes, extending problem solving skills
Analysis and geometry from the course "mathematical
structure / topics / contents
Analytical mechanics: Newton's axioms,
conserved quantities, reference systems, Lagrange formalism, Noether's theorem, two body problem;
Electrodynamics: electrostatics, boundary value problems, magnetostatics, Maxwell's equations, electromagnetic waves, accelerated charges;
Special relativity: relativity principle, Lorentz contraction, space-time diagrams, length and time measurements, equations of motion
assigned modules
amount, credit points; Exam / major course assessment
6 SWS, 8 SP/ECTS (Arbeitsanteil im Modul für diese Lehrveranstaltung, nicht verbindlich)
Successfully solving exercises,
written examination, 120-180 minutes,
PD Dr. Thomas Klose, ZGW6, Raum 2_26
Fliessbach. Mechanik. Elsevier/Spektrum
Fliessbach. Elektrodynamik. Elsevier/Spektrum
Nolting. Klassische Mechanik. Springer
Nolting. Analytische Mechanik. Springer
Nolting. Elektrodynamik. Springer
Griffiths. Elektrodynamik. Pearson
Großmann. Mathematischer Einführungskurs für die Physik. Vieweg
Lang/Pucker. Mathematische Methoden in der Physik. Spektrum
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