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Model timetable academic year 2020 - 2021 -Model Path

The model timetable gives you an idea of what the weeks with teaching activities look like in non-corona-times. The model presents the full list of courses offered, some of which may be optional and may not all be part of your programme. The timetable is yet to be reviewed in light of the rules of physical distancing. Therefore the actual timetable at the start of the academic year may differ a lot from this model.
Week
26
Oct

Monday

8:30 10:30

Mathematical methods in theoretical physics

Lecture
10:45 12:45

Advanced quantum mechanics

Laboratory/Practice Sessions
13:00 14:15

Computational Materials Physics

webinar - niet verplicht
Lecture Campus Groenenborger
13:45 18:00

Neuro Data Processing

Lecture
27
Oct

Tuesday

8:30 10:30

Atom and molecule structure

Lecture
10:45 12:45

Advanced quantum mechanics

Lecture
28
Oct

Wednesday

8:30 10:30

Advanced quantum mechanics

Lecture
10:45 12:45

Mathematical methods in theoretical physics

Laboratory/Practice Sessions
10:45 12:45

Neuro Data Processing

Seminar/Tutorial
13:45 15:45

Physics of low-dimensional systems

Lecture Campus Groenenborger
29
Oct

Thursday

8:30 10:30

Atom and molecule structure

Laboratory/Practice Sessions
10:45 13:15

Academic Literacies for Scientists

Lecture Campus Middelheim
13:45 15:45

Microscopy and spectroscopy of nanosystems

Lecture Campus Groenenborger
30
Oct

Friday

8:30 10:30

Microscopy and spectroscopy of nanosystems

Lecture Campus Groenenborger
10:45 12:45

Physics of low-dimensional systems

Lecture Campus Groenenborger
14:00 17:00

Superconductivity and superfluidity

Lecture Campus Drie Eiken
The model timetable gives you an idea of what the weeks with teaching activities look like in non-corona-times. The model presents the full list of courses offered, some of which may be optional and may not all be part of your programme. The timetable is yet to be reviewed in light of the rules of physical distancing. Therefore the actual timetable at the start of the academic year may differ a lot from this model.