Research Proposal

​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.
Deadlines: 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

Published: Tue 26 Sep 2017. Modified: Thu 02 Nov 2017