- Code PHYS3045
- Unit Value 6 units
- Offered by Physics Education Centre
- ANU College ANU Joint Colleges of Science
- Course subject Physics
- Areas of interest Physics
- Academic career UGRD
- Mode of delivery In Person
This course is unavailable from 2017.
Under these codes students may choose from a variety of modules including coursework and research projects.
The modules presented as part of PHYS3044/5 courses may, but need not necessarily, include the following:
Research Projects in Physics: This module is designed to connect students, on an individual basis, to active researchers at the ANU. The student will be expected to participate in a project at a level equivalent to that required for a 3 or 6 unit course. The project topic can be any area in Physics provided appropriate supervision exists. Assessment will typically be based on logbook keeping, a final project report and seminar. Students are advised to contact the Academic Contact for information on available projects.
The Research Projects in Physics courses are offered as Honours Pathways Options.
Upon successful completion, students will have the knowledge and skills to:
On satisfying the requirements of this course, students will have the knowledge and skills to:
1. plan and engage in an independent and sustained critical investigation and evaluation of a chosen research topic
2. systematically identify relevant theoretical concepts and models, and relate these to appropriate methodologies and evidence
3. keep accurate and detailed records of work undertaken, including literature review, lab work or computational work
4. work constructively with active researchers on real research problems
5. critically evaluate their own work and results, as well as results reported in the literature
6. communicate research concepts, contexts and results clearly and effectively both in writing and orally
Assessment for research projects will be based on:
- Logbook or project portfolio providing continuous evidence of the student's research efforts and conceptual development (50%; LO 1-6)
- Formal written report (40%; LO 5, 6)
- Oral presentation (10%; LO 6)
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- 6 units