Computers, mobile phones, tablets, nuclear power-plants, GPS satellites and many more devices. They all owe their existence to the revolution in physics that took part at the beginning of 20th century.

Through experiments run with real instruments, parameter setting and data collection, students will have a hands-on experience of many different physical phenomena, which will help them understand how physics regulates both nature and technology, and introduce them to potential working fields where physics skills are required.

Some of the topics of our experiments: gamma radiation attenuation, the photoeletrical effect, the Michelson Interferometer, Snell’s law, Black Body Radiation

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