Prof. Michael Brown, Science Center 119, x8648, E-mail email@example.com
Prof. Peter Collings, Science Center 121, x7791, E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. Catherine Crouch, Science Center L39, x8386, E-mail email@example.com
Prof. Carl Grossman, Science Center L38, x7790, E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. Frank Moscatelli, Science Center L40, x8256, E-mail email@example.com
Here are some pictures from the advanced labs
Advanced Lab Logistics
Welcome to Physics 81-82 (Advanced Laboratory and Electronics)!
Friday afternoon 2 - 5 p.m. is the official meeting time. Occasionally, an instructor will have two lab groups per week, in which case the instructor will schedule an alternate time for one of the lab groups.
Please read the Physics 81/82 summary and introductory materials carefully; these provide information about the overall goals and purpose of the advanced lab, as well as safety information and a refresher on calculating uncertainties.
To learn about the individual labs, please download the appropriate lab handouts.
Also review carefully the lab report schedule and guidelines to the right.
ScheduleSession dates for spring 2008 are:
Session I: January 21 - February 8
Laboratory schedule for spring 2008 is:
Locations and handouts
Ultrafast Experiment (Grossman) will meet in SC L33.
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Experiment (Brown, Collings, Crouch, Grossman, Moscatelli) will meet in SC L33.
Optical Pumping Experiment (Moscatelli) will meet in SC L48.
Nuclear Lifetimes Experiment (Brown, Collings, Moscatelli) will meet in SC L42.
Optical Tweezers Experiment (Crouch, Grossman) will meet in SC L33.
Raman Spectroscopy Experiment (Grossman) will meet in SC L33.
Liquid Crystal Experiment (Collings) will meet in SC L48.