Project proposal must describe:
a) Scientific background: what was done before by other research groups.
b) Idea: what is to be done: goals and methods
c) Motivation: why this is interesting
d) Expected outcome: e.g. numerical estimations
e) Methods: How can the idea be implemented
f) References: citations to research papers (try Google Scholar, Scopus, web of Science)
Special support sessions are arranged for students to discuss projects and exam questions with teachers:
Dec 1, 5, 7, 8
Two sessions especially organized for discussing projects with teachers: Dec 14, 15
Though we encourage students to propose original experiments, theoretical projects are also acceptable.
: The proposal should be approved by the lecturer whose lecture has inspired the proposal on January 7th, 2018 and sent by email to your opponents and cc to Samuel Lara