Control and Data Processing in Physics Experiments



Every physicist will, in his or her career, encounter experimental physics. Nowadays, nearly 100% of our experiments is coupled to one or more computers in one way or another. In this course we want you to experience modern ways of controlling simple physics experiments and of gathering the data from these experiments and processing it. These simple experiments will be placed in the context of realistic experiments, including extremely complex experiments like LOFAR and LHC-detectors.
Course period1/09/18 → …
Course levelIntroductory
Course formatCourse