University of Heidelberg

Advanced Physics Lab for Physicists
(German: Fortgeschrittenen-Praktikum, abb. FP)

Location: INF 501
Hours Mon, Wed, Thu 14-18, Tue 15-18, out-of-term as arranged
U. Ludwig: Tel 54-8989, Fax 54-4669, room 100,
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. K. Reygers: phone 54-8990 at the FP, 54-19503 at Physikalisches Institut, Im Neuenheimer Feld 226, room 01.101
Office hour: during term, on Tuesdays, 13:15-14:00 h in INF 501, or as arranged

E-Mail to the FP administration: (is sent to Mr. Reygers and Mr. Ludwig in parallel.) FP aktuelles

Recent announcements:

Booking of FP seminar talks for the winter term 2017/18
The booking of FP seminar talks together with you FP partner is now possible via the FP status page. For bookings with someone else than your FP partner send and email to the FP adminstration. The same holds for seminar talks on experiments which are not part of the Heidelberg Advanced lab course.

WS 2017/18: Booking of experiments possible starting on 25 September 2017, 13:00
For the winter term 2017, booking of experiments will be possible starting on 25 September 2017, 13:00. In the meantime, tutors will block dates which cannot be offered.

F68 not available
Experiment F68 (STED nanoscopy) is not available in the next months.

New FP experiment: Active Solute Transport in Saturated Porous Media
The FP now offeres the new experiment 'F59 - Active Solute Transport in Saturated Porous Media' in the field 'environmental physics'. A few dates for this experiment are available in the semester break.

FP seminar talks
There will be no FP seminars in the semester breaks. Please make sure to book a date for your FP seminar talk during the semester.

FP experiments as last task in the bachelor programme
Please send an email to the FP adminstration if the current lack of open FP2 slots might lead to the FP being your last achievement in the bachelor programme (after completion of the bachelor thesis) with the possible consequence of a longer duration of study. With this information we would like to create a priority list for the allocation of FP2 experiments.

Please read the FP guide for detailed information about the Advanced Lab Course.

Klaus Reygers