Quantum Theory and Statistical Physics.
If you are a first year master’s student interested in these courses for credit, please consult with your local contact, before registering for the course.
The course “Advanced Topics in Theoretical Physics” is an advanced level master course with the dual purpose of teach the advanced theoretical physics concepts that are shared between all research directions as well as bridging the remaining gap to the research frontier. It is therefore also highly recommended to beginning PhD students.This course is organized by the Delta ITP, which is a joint initiative between the Universities of Leiden (UL), Utrecht (UU), and Amsterdam (UvA). The lectures are given by professors from these three universities, on topics that change every year.
Details of the course can be found at the Delta-ITP/DRTSTP Advanced Topics in Theoretical Physics website. For more information and registration please see the course details.
Details of the course will be posted here in due course.
Please note that the location of each module is different.
For detailed information go to Timetable in Brightspace
You will find the timetables for all courses and degree programmes of Leiden University in the tool MyTimetable (login). Any teaching activities that you have sucessfully registered for in MyStudyMap will automatically be displayed in MyTimeTable. Any timetables that you add manually, will be saved and automatically displayed the next time you sign in.
MyTimetable allows you to integrate your timetable with your calendar apps such as Outlook, Google Calendar, Apple Calendar and other calendar apps on your smartphone. Any timetable changes will be automatically synced with your calendar. If you wish, you can also receive an email notification of the change. You can turn notifications on in ‘Settings’ (after login).
For more information, watch the video or go the the 'help-page' in MyTimetable. Please note: Joint Degree students Leiden/Delft have to merge their two different timetables into one. This video explains how to do this.
Mode of instruction
Three pass/fail exams: all three exams must be passed in order to pass the course.
Announced by lectures. See website.
Contactdetails Teacher(s): prof. dr. Koenraad Schalm