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Project in Engineering Physics and Electrical Engineering - Engineering Physics 15 Credits

Projekt Teknisk fysik och Elektroteknik - Teknisk fysik
Second cycle, F7042T
Course syllabus valid: Autumn 2014 Sp 1 - Autumn 2017 Sp 2
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Education level
Second cycle
Grade scale
U G#
Subject group (SCB)

Entry requirements

The following courses C7004M Numerics and partial differential equations, F7024T Multiphysics simulation and computation, E7021E Measurement technology and uncertainty analysis. Added to this are courses according to the following three options (course chains); Option 1 (Sensors and Signals): F7028T Technical wave physics S7001E Stochastic signals S7011E Applied Signal Processing F7037T Modern Experimental Metrology Option 2 (Computational Methods): F7016T Advanced Fluid Mechanics F7018T Computational fluid dynamics M7009T Finite element analysis of solid structures M7018M Applied Mathematics Option 3 (Physics): F7006T Solid State Physics F7008T Atomic and Molecular Physics F7031T Particle and Nuclear Physics F7035T Statistical Physics and Thermodynamics

More information about English language requirements


Selection C

Course Aim
Within the frame of the course the student will develop his/her ability to model and solve an arbitrary physical / technical mechanical problem. With the previously read courses as a basis a deeper understanding of fundamental knowledge is pursued. The broadening and deepening follows one of the three course tracks: Physics or Calculational Techniques or Sensors & Signals. The course will also develop the participants' presentation skills and ability to work in groups.

The contents of the course is specified by the examiner, in the form of a detailed course description at that particular event of the course and may include topics such as: Problem formulation within the area of the discipline, numerical methods, partial differential equations and programming. Exact realization of content is depends on the project in question.

Hans Weber

Literature. Valid from Autumn 2014 Sp 1 (May change until 10 weeks before course start)
No specific literature provided. Instead, the student seek the necessary knowledge through available channels

Course offered by
Department of Engineering Sciences and Mathematics

0001Project Work15.0U G#

Syllabus established
by Mats Naesstroem 15 Feb 2013

Last revised
by Mats Näsström 14 Feb 2014