Course: PHYS 366. Experimental Physics II (2)
Preparatory: MATH 250, MATH 280; PHYS 227 and PHYS 227L, PHYS 389. Advanced experimental techniques in physics, with topics including optics, nuclear physics, thin-film characteristics, microwaves, data acquisition via computer interface, computer simulations, solar observations and other topics chosen by the instructor. Students are trained in advanced experimental techniques and complete two experimental modules for 2 units of credit. 6 hours per week.